Kite line winding

by Tony
(Adelaide, SA, Australia)

Bag attached

Bag attached

Some time ago I wrote about how do you wind in kite line? One of our club members, Steve, found an electrical cord winder (WonderWinder) on google.
Adapting it to winding thicker kite line into a bag was relatively easy. Making it such that one could take the line in and out of the device was more tricky.

This device is not for thin kite-line, really only for 3 mm and upward where being wound into a bag works and because the thinner line would jam.

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by: Tim Parish

Nifty! I remember you demonstrating it to me once, up near Fort Glanville I think.

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