The original Trancer was as mad as a bag of monkeys. Fast, loads of fun and fantastic in high wind. You could pull the lines almost at random and 9 times out of 10 the Trancer would turn it into a trick. The Trancer 2 was a bit more refined but still bonkers. Both versions based on carbon-kevlar frame which is now getting hard to source. So I'm not making any more of these so I can keep my remaining stock of the tube for customer spares. But watch this space; my next project is an updated trick kite.
Over 10 years in production and through a range of variants, the SP, SPiX and SR - I've withdrawn this while we concentrate on the XE, which has much more balanced all round characteristics. The Dharma is still a lovely late afternoon chill out kite...
The Solo is scaled-down (to 0.91 scale) from the T2 Competition and re-engineered for solo flying. Detailed revisions in 2005 brought the Solo right up to date including roll up tricks.
I've withdrawn the Solo because of frame supply issues; I may revisit this because it remains one of my personal favourites.
The 2005 specification is a complete retrofit for existing T2 Solos and details are on the Technical page.
Very nice to fly, but I'm not shipping these any more until I have finished overhauling the design.
Very competent freestyle kite, but overtaken by the hotrod T2 Solo for broad-based performance. This shows the limited edition 'Sign of the Times' version.
Indoor kite, using Breeze tube. Used for setting an endurance record for indoor flying - since broken! - but Breeze tube is just way too expensive.
Our first design.