I don't get it. Your picture shows a Best leash. What is going on?The Jess-Man wrote:It wasn't just a bit of skin.
And it wasn't a release made by Best that failed.
The problem with this arrangement is the sliding tube must be puled toward the body and the current train of thought on this subject is that it is better to have all safety release devices set up so that the rider PUSHES the release mechanism AWAY from the body. This push-to-release system also has the advantage of resulting in less accidental releases of the kite..Joel wrote:That's exactly what I was trying to say above, thanks a heap you made it simpler!gung ho kiter wrote:Seems to me there's no need for expensive R&D. On my Slingshot the tube and the metal part stay attached tot the harness and the rope flies out. You can turn the device around and Bob's your uncle.
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