So nice to hear that the kite is "cute", that is my first and only consideration in buying a kite.
Seriously, if the kite is lighter, why doesn't Core publish the weight on their website like a lot of other kite companies do? Plus, the other specifications of interest like span, AR, suggested line length, projected area, suggested bar size. So for example, a competitive kite to the Nexus 3 is the Ozone Enduro 3. I can see that the Enduro 3 in a size 11 weighs 2.9 kilos on the Ozone website and all of the specs listed above. Is the Nexus 3 the same weight, lighter, heavier???
Another question for you. Is the Core Sensor Bar a low V or a high V setup? You never know anymore these days, another thing that would be nice for kite companies to list on the webpage.
Core does a great job listing all of the key tech, but for a German Company, I am surprised that I can't find specifications. Perhaps, I am just missed the button on the website somewhere.
One more thing, I can't believe Core still has the plastic clip to deflate the kite. I thought that would have gone the way of the twist release on the chicken loop, it is so 2015. No, I am not bagging on Core, I have several Core kites and boards. They are well-designed and have held up well, but a company can always do better - even Core.