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Black L'Atelier Transfer XT.R

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I bought this kite a few years back with the plans to take kite flying to a different level .... due to life changes this kite was only flown once maybe twice.   It is in new condition.  I assembled the kite the other night and I had forgot just how nice a kite this is. 

$325.00 plus shipping

I have no strings to go with the kite  

 

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This is a *great* kite, capable of all the latest tricks

I have one in in a single dark grey color - but in the sky and backlit it takes on a stained glass window effect - very nice.

-Frazer (http://www.kiteclique.com)

 

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Hi, thanks for posting. This is not the "Transfer XT.R unleaded" or the " T.R. Vented" I presume?

This comes with the bag and shipped with it's original shipping box?

Thanks. 

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Thanks Margon for your inquiry .... I have the original invoice for this kite and it is listed as the Transfer AT.R.  It is not an unleaded or vented.  The kite would be shipped with its original bag and a shipping box from a commercial shipper.  Thanks again.           

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Thanks rustyk54 for the reply.  Still deciding between the Transfer and Widow Maker for a newbie on stunt flying.  Btw what string did you use on the Transfer?

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