Click-In Loop: the new quick release system by Ozone Kites

What's the first thing you do when you get in a car?

You click in your seatbelt, hearing that click sound makes you feel secure that you are safely buckled up, and you know instinctively how to release it.

Ozone announced the launch of a new release system, the Click-In Loop is inspired by the same principle.

Just like fastening a belt has become a natural action when getting into a car, clicking into your quick release will become second nature and releasing it at the end of the session will be an automatic action.

Innovative and Ergonomic Design

The innovative one-step Click-In reload function aims to be intuitive. A self-positioning release mechanism locates automatically, ready to be re-loaded by simply clicking in the loop.

The release handle fits comfortably in the hand; it is quick and easy to activate by pushing the handle away. By reloading and releasing before and after every session, you develop important muscle memory that will improve your reaction time.

By releasing at the end of the session, it is not only quicker than unhooking, but it also ensures that the Click-In Loop will have to be reconnected and tested before the start of the next session.

"The Click-In Loop is a step in the right direction to making your kiting experience safer and easier, wherever your adventures may take you," tells Ozone.

The new Click-In Loop quick release is a key feature of the new V4 Control Systems. With a clean and simple design, it is user-friendly and offers the rider maximum grip and comfort.

It is available in seven different models allowing for a comfortable, personalized ride no matter your kiting discipline.

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