“Gradus” MTA-boomerang is a new step in the boomerang-design. It is definitely the first MTA-boomerang developed looking complexly for solutions of the problems in aerodynamics area and composite manufacture technology.
For the first time in the boomerang-practice are used different for every one arm and relatively thick profiles, three-dimensional (3D) turbulators and a precise weight balance.
Thanks to all that the throwing is so easy as could be the throwing of one MTA-boomerang. The hover is stable and most near to vertical,Gradus is relative wind-resistant and thermic-sensible in the same time.
The Bulgarian MTA100 record (2000), the British MTA Unlimidet record (2001) and the second best French MTA Unlimited time (2002) are thrown with Gradus.
According to the applied reinforce-materials there are two different versions available :
1. standard version - both boomerang-surfaces are black/yellow snake skin (carbon/aramid fabric)
2. special version black (carbon roving).
an ambassador's experience with "Gradus" :
"I’m Tim Lendrum and I first became to know your work when I came 2nd at the Australian Nationals. I threw your “Gradus” model with a time of 44.66 seconds. Since then, your MTA boomerang has become a favourite in my collection. My previous best time for MTA was 26 seconds, so this time was amazing for me! Being only 18 yrs old, I am interested in knowing how to make the carbon fibre boomerangs. The only resource I make boomerangs in is 3mm aircraft plywood, which is ok for 26 seconds, but never any more than that!"
Tim Lendrum, NSW, Australia, 13.06.2003
Delaney Mohr, Atlanta, GA, USA, 25.06.2003