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Rev Reflex RX Spider Web – Choice of the Pros
A totally new breakthrough in kite technology design from Revolution!!
The REVOLUTION REFLEX Series with ‘Auto-pilot’.
REFLEX is Dynamic Wing Shaping Exclusive only on a Revolution.
Our new Reflex design is the most significant development in decades. This is a ‘must have’ product for flyers. The patented Reflex design is a breakthrough that increases stability, wind range, and overall control especially under difficult conditions. Including light wind; turbulent wind; and the ‘edge of the window’.
In fact, in ‘loss of control’ situations, your Rev Reflex will shift to “Auto pilot” recovery mode where it will fly itself back to the center of the wind window.
Reflex Technology allows the wing to dynamically change shape in flight. Our new Reflex RX sail pattern is “stress reinforced” throughout, and wear strips. Our new ‘No fray’ leading edge is included on all models. The ’RX’ and ‘XX’ come with the new super light, super stiff Reflex 5/16” frame.
New Carbon Light handles with multi-knot settings, are included with the RX and XX models. Kites will still be packaged with the Rev Training DVD, and instructions.
The Reflex Wants to Hover. One of the most important skills needed to master the Rev.
Super stable & a Great wind range 6 – 26! Makes flying easier and more fun in all conditions. Sharper Moves with efficient wing loading.
Faster acceleration with new Reflex stiffer shafts.
Super stable reverse flight. Virtually eliminates ‘wing flip’.
Relaxed Flying Experience. Easier control & less momentum.
Revolution Reflex (patented technology) with:
Impressive Light wind flying (6 – 26), and a huge wind window. In winds over 8 mph, more power, more fun (than 1.5 sail size). Like getting two kites in one Reflex! Super stable – wants to hover (larger sail, bigger wingspan).
Now sized at the same dimensions as the 1.5 Classic and EXP, 93” length x 31” vertical. Icarex polyester sail, with a no-fray LE and custom end plugs. Strategically reinforced pattern design, with an optimized panel layout for maximum performance and efficient flight. New custom framing (5/16” ID) designed specifically for this sail, and a free shaft is included. New Carbon Light handles with multi-knot settings, and our training video is available online, helping to show clearly show you how to setup and fly the kite like a pro! Six color choices – all have the signature white and black panels. Custom Reflex sleeve/bag. Kite-only weight is less than 9 oz.
Revolution Reflex RX Stunt Kite Specifications:
Skill Level: Beginner to Master
Wind Range: 6-26 MPH
Wing Span: 93 Inches
Height: 31 Inches
Weight: 8.10 oz.
Frame: Rev Carbon fiber 5/16″ Reflex
Saur Dash (verified owner) –
It’s difficult to know where to start with is kite, it’s so much fun! You’d be forgiven for thinking that a kite with such drastic venting would require a gale to fly, but the RX Spider only requires a light breeze. The kite is so light, that a strong pull of the handles sends it rocketing into the air, you barely need to cover any ground to keep it airborne.
The Reflex springs are an ingenious idea. When the sail loses pressure from the wind, the springs push against the vertical surfaces, creating an airfoil. This causes the kite to glide into the wind window like a paper plane, with lines completely slack, the kite has an uncanny ability to enter an “auto-pilot” mode and find where it needs to be. A wonderful side-effect of this feature is that it widens the wind window. At the side-most and top-most regions of the window, where the original Revolution would stall and fall on its face, the Reflex floats. You can effortlessly pull the kite beyond 90 degrees overhead, and instead of stalling and falling on your head, it glides back into the window.
The reverse flight performance of the RX Spider is incomparable with the original Revolution design. The vented wings have far less of a tendency to flip forward during reverse flight, this drastically reduces the amount of correction you need to do to maintain a straight path. I’ve found that if you ease the Spider into a reverse motion, and get a little momentum going, you can accelerate along that path with minimal correction.
It also looks freaking awesome!