Clearly, Taz is a true Tasmanian from the South Australian island in the Indian Ocean, where kite designer Robert Brasington is at home.
With a wingspan of 270cm, this already quite large delta not only looks beautiful, it also flies in a wide wind range. For stability, its extra-large keel helps. For the included tails, there are loops at the end of the spine and at the wingtips.
The appliqué sail is made of lightweight 40 denier nylon, the frame of carbon fiber. This allows the kite to fly in very little wind, but does not fear a slightly stronger breeze. When all other kites stay on the ground, i.e. in very light, unsteady or thermal winds, the Taz-Delta - now without tails - can be flown actively. We recommend using our large wooden reel and a thin, light flying line for this purpose. By quickly reeling in and out the line, the Taz can be kept in the air forever. Definitely try this!
wingspan: 270 cm
height: 125 cm
sail: 40D ripstop nylon, appliqued
frame: 5mm carbon fiber
recommended Flying line: 25 - 40 DaN, 100m