Rainbow Flip Box Kite
The Prism Flip kite is a truly unique kiting experience. Based on a patent-pending design by Steve Wingert, the Flip Kite's rotor spins its way through the atmosphere. Like a kaleidoscope in motion, the vivid graphics blend and blur, creating colors and patterns that can only be seen while it spins. Rotors are one of the eight basic kite forms, yet few have flown or even seen one. Rotors fly by spinning with the wind, achieving lift via the Magnus Effect. As the kite flies, you'll feel a pulsing at the end of your line while it spins above you like a mysterious, wind powered machine. The Prism Flip kite is easy to fly in a wide range of wind speeds, and the vertical ring acts like a stabilizing gyroscope making it rock-steady even in gusty winds. The magic of the unusual little Flip kite will bring a smile to your face and stares of amazement wherever you fly.
No assembly needed, folds flat for easy transport
Eye-catching graphics come alive as it spins
Incredibly stable even in gusty winds
Super easy to fly
Skill Level: Beginner
Kite Size: 16" x 22" x 16"
Packed Size: 18" x 17" x 1"
Wind Range: 6-20 mph
Frame: Pultruded Carbon & Fiberglass
Fabric: Ripstop Polyester
Kite Line: 200ft x 20lb Polyester line INCLUDED
Takes 2 people to fly
Collapses to easily
Hello, and sorry to hear you are having some issues with this kite. It definitely should not collapse nor take 2 people to fly. Could you let us know a bit more information on conditions where you are flying and what the kite is doing? We would like to take care of this concern asap!
could not get it to fly I have given my son a kite for his birthday for several years . He told me he tried and tried to get this one to fly ,so he put it away. Any hints for this kite design ? FG
I love this kite--it's just so fun! It's hard to get it away from my husband so I can fly it!
So I was taking my kids to the park, on a nice windy day, and someone else there had this weird-looking kite. I did my research, checked it out, and hey, I could get one. Tried it out with the kids, and as soon as I got out to the soccer fields, the wind died down. Drat. Waited until Friday, took the kids out to fly their drones, tried flying the kite again. No bueno. So I let the Mrs. tried, and wouldn't you know it, the wind came up. So I got to try, and wow! If you have enough wind, the kite catches the air and spins up into the air. Fun.
Looks good while spinning. Easy to fly. Gets lots of Good comments.