Review Of The PIQ & North Kiteboarding Kitesurfing Sensor – Measure Your Jumps

I finally got a chance to get my hand on the brand new PIQ and North Kiteboarding Kitesurfing sensor which allows you to measure the height of your jumps in real time!

I have never used this sensor before so I decided to make some kind of unboxing video and quick review where I show you the steps to set it up and go out for a quick kite session to test it.

I am blown away by this amazing sensor which can measure the height of your jumps in real time as well as many other data like number of jumps, hang time, rotations, etc …

It is a great way to motivate you and your friends on the water.

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Anton Chernyshov says:

Hi, Jeremie! Thanks for the video, it has got me curious about PIQ, and now I also have it) A lot of fun.
I also film some videos and so I have one question for you, what camera did you use to film this one? Background blur looks awesome! Must be quite some expensive one, a?

mrmonkeboy says:

Stuck it in the MIDDLE of his board? Psh! Amateur! We all know sticking it to the nose gives you an extra 30cm height.

Marty Greenberg says:

Looks good Jeremie! What does PIQ stand for? Also, does it have any gps functions to map where you ride? Lastly, what months do you get the best wind down there…. I want to come visit!


Thank you for the Review Jeremie. Shared!
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Andreas Kapl says:

hey! what is the name of the board? looks good! 🙂

Mystic says:

Nice Man keep it up ! <3

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