I'm trying to find where to buy original replacement lines for my Peter Lynn Hornet 4.0. I think it's the bridle line that needs to be replaced. I did try to replace it with dyneema line but I guess I didn't buy a strong enough line and it snapped. I didn't like to use that line anyway as it can't be tied in the same way as the original lines. What I want to get is a replacement line identical to the originals. I expected PL company to sell this as a matter of course but have been unable to find any for sale. Does anyone know if it's possible to buy these and can point me in the right direction?
Here are some kite aerial photos of Dornava Manor, the largest and most exquisite Baroque architectural ensemble in Slovenia. Built in the first half of the 18th century it still boasts one of the longest Baroque garden axis in the region. Read more about it - and see more aerial photos! - on our KAP website ...
All photos shot with a new KAP kite - a dr.agon D90 BW mini delta, designed for strong(er) winds (it went over 50 km/h here).
A nice story and a couple of kite aerial photos of the medieval heart of Ljubljana, Slovenia was just published on our KAP website ... 😉
Launched from a tricky, narrow place with a lot of turbulence - but with quite good results it was worth having a couple of litle heart attcks 🙂 ...
Here are some kite aerial shots of Ormož Basins Nature Reserve, an important bird sancutary in Prlekija region of Slovenia.
Please read a sweet story about nature conservationists and heavy agroindustry working together to preserve a truly special ecosystem!
I am building a kite as a project for school, and I am wondering what would be a good tail length for a kite with a length of 28 inches and a height of 24 and a half inches. Any advice would be appreciated. 😀