I think that you good people deserve to see some close ups of these nigh-on legendary beasts
As I said, plenty of interesting details.
Not small at 2.35m~7' 8"-
"Centre T" is a tied on ferrule. Neat construction.
This is how it works at the back of the kite. Adjustable active leech line too.
Bridle lines attach to LSs. NOT
a cross-bridle. Also not sure what this achieves but I'd like to hear an explanation.
Tidy and reinforced LE connector covers. Note the clean bridle details, typical of the kite.
Go back to the first picture and point out the yoyo stoppers
They are tucked on the back
of the kite with reinforced covers. THIS
is worth imitating as they work very well when needed and disappear when not.
It has some plug in tail weight. Moving on....
Is it well put together ? Look over the stitching and decide for yourselves.
Possibly the one thing I might consider mulling over the suggestion of pondering whether or not to take a risk on the chance of changing - this style of standoff connector can be line magnets when using thin line. 50# hooks up in there a treat so I'll have to remember leaders every time
I've not moved on too
much from my initial assessment that this is more of a trick orientated kite than some of my others. It'll tolerate figures, lines and such frippery but doesn't seem aimed at them.