Hebie has had a good record providing sturdy steel double-legged kickstands that, in fact, became a standard in our household. Just recently they came up with a foldable kickstand that is supposed to provide an even sturdier support, named foldREX. I just mounted one tonight and will report more after few weeks of use.
From quick assessment, the stand is entirely out of alu, which for me is a worry as far as durability is concerned. (On Hebie's website they say steel, but that is grossly inconsistent with the weight per straight-out-of-cast appearance and with magnet test.) One area of vulnerability with alu is around the mounting bolt. Fortunately, the hole for the bolt is deep and the bolt diameter is sizable, M10, raising hopes that the thread may hold over time even when the bike is loaded while on the stand. The legs have a softness as expected for alu. They spread out to an admirable 12.5" range, to be compared to 9.5" for the steel Hebie bipod (605/606). The legs are shaped so that the cranks can be turned with no problem when the bike stands on the stand, i.e. the stand can serve as a workstand and let the bike rest either on the front or rear wheel. If it did not, it would have been for me a no-go proposition. When folded, the legs tuck out of the way under the chainstays. So far, except for the alu, all looks good. The parked bike is very stable.