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SOLD: New 2017 Freilein Exodus Std & Mid Vent Quadline Kites -FINAL REDUCTION

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I purchased these Freilein Exodus Std & Mid Vent Quads in May/June of this year. Both are brand new & unflown. Both are 2017 models in the Cool colors scheme (purple/dk blue/mid blue/blk) & feature the round holes in the leading edge instead of mesh. Also included is the UL T-0 frame for the Std model to fly in lighter winds. Everything was purchased from the dealer that sells Freilein. I am selling these 2 kites because I purchased 3 of Lam's ABS kites (UL, Std, Mid Vent) & fell in love flying them. 

Freilein Exodus Std & sleeve + UL T-0 frame (2 frames)

Freilein Exodus Mid Vent & sleeve                     


PayPal accepted.

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nice kites but...brand new are 430$,not even Exodus Max is not going to 540$ from the right "dealer who sell Freilein" 

sorry for spoiling 

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Unless this dealer has lowered its pricing, an Exodus Std goes for $215 & the Exodus Mid Vent goes for $245, plus the additional UL T-0 frame for the standard sells for $80. That's what I payed in May/June of this year. If they can be had for less, brand new, I can adjust as well.

Both of the kites I'm selling are brand new & never flown.

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Kites received well packed, in great order and exactly as described..

Thank you!

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