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I have an Echo light wind dual line kite for sale. Very little air time on it and a very crisp sail. It is practically brand new. Into the Wind sells them for $140. I would just like $100 including shipping to the US. Includes sleeve. Ask if you have questions. 

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Kite and sleeve only ? What's the dimensions ? ... Maybe my uncle may be interesting in it ... it would be great if it has all the details without questioning to make it easier to sell and faster ... good luck.

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Ooooh, and red too.

This is the kite model I want for indoor flying. Great deal if you ask me. Good luck with the sale.

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The Echo's easy, floating flight will increase your flying time outdoors and have you flying indoors in no time. Increasingly popular, indoor flying makes you really feel one with the kite; the lines become extensions of your arms. Well balanced for flat spins, Paul de Bakkers's Echo is graceful yet agile. The stiff .125" carbon tubes help the kite hold its shape outdoors in light winds and make indoor throw and catch maneuvers easier. Outdoors, it flies effortlessly, even in 0 to 1 mph winds and still performs all of the basic and advanced tricks. Made of .6-oz. Icarex polyester with carbon spars. 6'-0" x 2'-11". 51/29" case. Use 50-lb. Spectra or Dyneema line. Paul recommends 12-14' lines indoors and 25-35' outdoors.

Product Specifications

Skill Level: Intermediate 
Minimum Wind Speed: 0 
Maximum Wind Speed: 7

 

Very interesting ... and the price is good ...

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Remember that this is an indoor kite first - and for outside use when the winds are pretty much zero! Throw out the 7 mph max wind speed and use it in the lightest winds. 

 

PS: a great indoor starter kite!!

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I'll tell you what... $95 and it's yours! Including shipping! Where are you going to find a deal like that for a quality indoor kite?!

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Someone asked about the colors - can you verify? Pic makes it look orange - designer says red - which is it??

 

Thanks!!

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The red Echo indoor kite is still available. $90 including shipping! 

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