Light the led (drawing 3). Seize the thrower in the right hand (or left if you are left-handed), pinch the end of the spatula of your Helyco between the thumb
and the index of the other hand.
Engage the hook in the rubber band of the thrower (attention : the hook necessarily has to face the hand which holds the thrower, if not mind your fingers !) (drawings 4 & 5)
Hold your right hand at the high of your face, no higher, the elbow folded to approximately 90 degrees, and the left hand stretches out the rubber band downward.
As you release the spatula, the right hand has to make at the same time a circular movement upward to accompany the launch and loosen the rubber band from the hook, the thrower staysin the hand which holds it (drawing 9).
If there is no wind, the shooting will be vertical.
As the wind will increase, lift the shooting more or less towards the horizontal and always facing the wind so that it will return the helyco towards the user.
(drawings 6 & 7)
You can use your Helyco night or day, you don’t need to light the led daytime. Choose if possible a clear space (car park, sports ground …), Avoid high grass,
to be able to find your Helyco easily.
At night, the led allowsto localize it easily.