Clarke's Crystal Box Kite
  • Clarke's Crystal Box Kite

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Item #: 105766
Our Price: $69.99
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18 units available

Description 

The Clark's Crystal Box kite is visually stunning. Designed by David Clarke/Windy Kites of England. The Clarke's Crystal Box kite is a rock-solid flyer, especially in higher winds. Single line control of the Clarke's Crystal box kitemakes it easy to fly, a great beginners kite or a unique room decoration.

Skill Level: Beginner
Kite Size: 53" W x 31" H
Wind Range: 10-18 mph
Frame: Fiberglass
Fabric: Ripstop Nylon
Line: 90 lb. Test Line Recommended (kite line is NOT included)

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by Lori
on 8/15/2012
Awesome!!!
I just got back from Cape May NJ with this kite. It was awesome. It's so easy to assemble, my 6 yr old can do it. It was also really easy to launch. I got many compliments on it. It's really easy to "play" with it. I kept pulling in a good amount of line and then just letting it go so the kite took up the slack. You should see it tumble and drop, and then it picks up the wind again with ease. It gave my arms a little bit of a workout. You definitely need 90 lb (or more) string. I wasn't even flying it on an extremely windy day, and it has a good amount of "pull." Overall I LOVE THIS KITE.
by Alan Ballou
on 9/21/2010
Beautiful!
This kite has a very nice presence in the sky...flies rock solid in a steady wind! I was expecting some squirreliness, as many celluar kites have, but not this one. Make sure you assemble it outside...it won't fit through some doors! I did have the kite collapse in very gusty winds...a dip in the ocean! A quick shower and some drying out, and up it went, none the worse for wear. Highly recommend it!
by Bob
on 3/5/2010
Clarke's Crystal Box Kite
This is a very steady flier in medium to strong winds. It assembles and dissassembles in seconds. I'v had mine out up to 1000 ft with no problem at all. If you get it up and give it some slack it will tumble and turn in the sky, but once the string becomes taught it straightens right back out and climbs. I did have a slight problem in a gusty wind as a powerfull gust arose and turned the kite inside out while it was flying, however, with the forgiving nature of it's construction I had no damage at all. This kite does have a fairly strong pull to it.
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