DWayne wrote:Do you really need a winder to tell if your lines are the same length ?
Depends on the accuracy you want. It's way too woolly for me!
tboreal wrote:i have one. its okay. it felt familiar. it came with the the accessories, which are normal enough. its build isnt excellent but it is put together well. think modern mid level trick kite package. very close if not better to the finish of the silver fox series. i moved the weight and fixed the bridle. it possesses the ugly comete where they end up facing straight up on the rotation. taz gets lost. yoyos are easy. wap is easy. jl's are easy. backspins are easy. it pitches back easy and tricks smooth out if you move the weight up. slots are nice looking. multi's fall out unless you wack at them. insane and rolling are easy. it will also reverse insane. roll ups are smooth and i think the kite would do well with roll bars, they may even add some balance to it. its not that ugly in person. i have the graphite. but it aint what i would call pretty either. it cost $165 US delivered, which with all the other junk you get isnt that bad a deal if you really wanted that stuff. it'd be a great deal at $120 for just the kite and bag. overall on a scale of 1-10 i would give it an 7. it isnt something most of the elite here would need, but for someone starting out with tricks and is looking for a good package deal. this one is really hard to beat.
and imo its a better design than the zephyr
hope that helps, sorry for the length.