There’s a new little speed demon on this side of the galaxy! The all-new Neutrino is super quick and super responsive – a twitch of the fingertip is all it takes for radically fast loops and spins as it rips through the sky. It’s a clean sheet redesign of the world famous Micron, with a bunch of new features for all kinds of new fun.
Snap on the long streamer tail to trace acrobatics in the sky. Ready for an extra challenge? Try flying single-handed with the dual-purpose winder/control handle. Can you fly one kite in each hand?
When you really want to impress a crowd, clip two, three or more Neutrinos together in a synchronized stack. Individual stacker kites are available ready to go with no stack lines to tie, and there’s even a custom bag available to store your stack fully assembled for quick launch when the time is right.
Tim Prideaux on 26/03/2009 08:43pm
I bought the Micron as my first stunt kite, despite warnings from kiters that it would be too fast. It's not a kite for mastering the basics, but after a couple of practice sessions on larger stunt kites I was ready to give her a go.
She's bloody ballistic! Trust me, if you're out kiting with your mates, everyone's going to be watching you because you're the one attached to the buzzing, spinning thing that moves like a nitro-powered hornet. Build quality is good for the money, but the lines are cheap and degrade after hard use. One of my rubber spar supports is a little loose and drops the spar occasionally, but this usually only happens when the wind is too high for the kite.
Control is telepathic, via millimetre motions of your fingers. You can successfully fly using index and middle fingers of a single hand 8D. You are guaranteed to wet yourself laughing flying this thing!
The whole package is tiny, cheap and chock full of awesome! 5 out of 5 for intermediate flyers and above. Not ideal for beginners.