of a rokkaku and a box kite, it is a very lifting kite,
steady, and very efficient aerodynamically. When the wind
lessen, it nods, and forewarn the kiter; the line angle
reduces, the crico sets more backward, with more nose up,
which keeps a good pull. Opposed to most of the kites, it
doesn't go down vertically outright.
a force 4 wind, its stability for kaping is excellent. The
pull is really high for its size, with a great line angle.
It is a kite needing technical cleverness. Its quality are
disadvantages in whirlwinds near the ground which it will
accurately follow. As a matter of fact, it is a well-up
kite for trained kiters.