I'm fine with this statement except that it seems they're being marketed differently. Maybe that's not Flysurfer directly who's saying that's their purpose but some other Flysurfer users. If I can't expect them to save damage to the kite, then there's nothing to see here, I was just under the impression that was part of their function.Adventure Logs wrote: ↑Fri May 29, 2020 5:34 pmI've never have had a LCL save my kite(I've heard others claim they work though) but I think being used as a "fuse" isn't their main function. They're mostly used to replace bridle lines attached to the kite. Id love to be able order a kite from factory without them.
Ok, so I wasn't just imagining this.mgs wrote: ↑Sat May 30, 2020 7:38 amFrom the Manual:
"The “Little Connection Line“ (LCL) allows you to quickly exchange a bridle line and also works as a predetermined overload weak point that prevents the canopy from getting damaged. Should an LCL break, replace it with new one, in the same colour. (Same breaking strain strength LCL)"
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