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Duotone Click Control Bar Review: A Fusion of Advanced Features

The Duotone Click Control Bar seamlessly integrates the cutting-edge features of leading bars into one comprehensive control system. Its internal trim mechanism elongates the back lines at the mere click of a button situated on the right side of the bar end. Powering up your kite is made simple with just a half-twist of the bar end winder. Users can effortlessly determine the kite’s depower trim level thanks to a transparent window on the bar. The Click Bar not only auto untwists the front lines during rotations but also the flagging line, enhancing safety. Duotone introduces the seatbelt-style Iron Heart VI quick-release trim loop this season. This versatility extends further with four interchangeable kite loops, ranging from the sizable freestyle loop to the compact rope spreader ideal for waves. Its adjustable V splitter on the front lines makes the Click Bar adaptable for both low V and high V style kites of varying sizes.

The Duotone Click Bar sets the gold standard in kite control systems, showcasing unparalleled innovation. It caters to both professional kiteboarders and hobbyists, combining a state-of-the-art design with user-centric features.

What length lines should you get?

The Line Length Advisor is invaluable for those keen on perfecting their setup. For adrenaline seekers targeting fast, reactive turns in extreme Freestyle, Wakestyle, and waves, a 20M setup with 70% handling 30% power is optimal. For those gravitating towards fast kite loops with reactive turning, a 22M line with 60% handling 40% power is recommended. Enthusiasts looking for a balanced freeriding adventure will find the 24M line, balancing 50% handling and power, to be perfect.

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