Skywatch Wireless Bluetooth BL500 Windmeter Anemometer: Wind Speed, Temperature, Humidity, Pressure, UV Index$224.95
Replacement attachment point pigtails, Sold Individually. Universal Pigtails can be used as Kook-proof Knot or Loop. Always check kite pigtails for wear and tear. Made of spectra leader, and available in BLUE, RED, YELLOW or SILVER.
PKS Kook-Proof Pigtail Set are complete 8-piece sets, set up in kook-proof fashion with different colors for inside and outside lines, and pre-set knots and pull-tabs for ease of use.
Ozone replacement pigtails for a 4-line kite. These pigtails connect to the bridle lines coming off the kite and allow you to hook up your flying lines. These work with all Ozone 4-line kites.
The Ronstan Orbit Block kite pulley just hit the market. For anyone tired of going through pulleys and the danger of failing pulleys, this is the ticket. Way stronger with a 1200 lb rating, and fully ball bearing. These pulleys come set up with our custom stitched line going through the pulley so even if there is a failure you can still maintain control of the kite and there will be no wear on your bridle!
The new, versatile, sheaveless Shock Block by Ronstan is only 7/8" long, yet it is very strong, super lightweight and designed for performance.
Ronstan Pulley used on larger foil snow sites as well as Naish Kites. Always check pulleys for wear and tear. Replace when needed. A broken or jammed pulley can destroy a bridle line.
The Ronstan Bridle pulley is lightweight and durable. The pulley is made with a plastic barrel to reduce rust and wear. Always check pulleys for wear and tear. Replace when needed. A broken or jammed pulley can destroy a bridle line.
Ronstan Double Pulleys are used on some of the kites made by top-brand companies like Cabrinha and Slingshot. Always check pulleys for wear and tear and replace when needed. A broken or jammed pulley can destroy a bridle line.
Pulley Savers are designed to be a very simple way to back-up your bridle system and keep your wing shape from being compromised should a pulley break in flight.
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