|Included Components||Line, Kite, Storage Bag|
|Brand||Prism Kite Technology|
|Manufacturer||PRISM DESIGNS, INC.|
|Item Model Number||SYN140|
|Product Dimensions||135 x 13 x 8 cm; 272.16 Grams|
Prism Synapse Dual-line Parafoil Kite, 140
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- Dual-line kiting made easy, so you can carve up the sky wherever you go with instant setup and a compact, travel-ready package
- Learn 2-line basics with spins, dives, and figure 8’s, then hang on and wrestle with the wind when the breeze picks up
- With no frame parts to lose or break, it packs up small to fit in a backpack or glove compartment so you’re always ready to fly
- The Synapse 140 measures approximately 53"” x 20”, and packs down to 10” x 5” x 2. 5”
- Includes everything you need to fly: 60’ x 80# polyester flying lines, winder, instructions, and storage bag
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to thrill, the dual-line Synapse series is all about speed and agility. Perfect for beginners, the Synapse comes ready to fly and stuffs into a compact pouch to take with you anywhere. Their high-aspect ratio wings steer with sports car precision, while remaining stable and forgiving enough for new pilots to master dual-line control. An all fabric design means no frame parts to damage and no assembly required. Choose from three sizes - the bigger you go, the more you’ll feel the power of the wind. Beautifully crafted by the kite experts at Prism Designs. With 25 years in flight, we’re committed to sharing the joy of kites with exquisitely designed, long-lasting products and all the info and support you need to have a blast in the wind.
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We discovered that the wind at our local park is quite buffeted and inconsistent, which made flying this kite quite hit and miss. Flying nicely one minute and then collapsing and falling out of the sky the next. That's not necessarily a fault of this kit though! I wondering if something with a frame (delta-shaped for example) might be able to fly better in light winds.
I love that this kite has very little that can go wrong with it in terms of breakage. It packs up so small that I can put it in the pocket of my cargo pants to walk to the park. Almost no setup time. Just unroll the kite and unwrap the line from the provided 'device'. Ready to fly.
Sadly, our Synapse 140 arrived with some damage on one of the lines. The manufacturer confirmed it appeared to be a manufacturing fault. I'm still undecided whether to bother returning the kite because I can just knot the line if it ends up breaking.
We did order the Synapse 170 (and a 20' tube tail) now. The 170 pulls a bit more, but also flies better in slightly lower wind than the 140. But the 140 will be safer in higher winds, for use with children. The 170 also comes with Dyneema lines, which make a massive difference in how responsive the kite feels. The polyester lines on the 140 show a little bit of droop/drag even in decent wind. The Dyneema lines run straight to the kite with almost no noticeable stretch. The 170 will get a 5 star review from me.