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Prism Flip Kite

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The Prism Flip Kite is a kaleidoscopic design that brings mesmerizing spinning action to your kite-flying experience. Just flip the sail of this ripstop polyester kite to start the rotor and let the wind do the rest. The kite gets a lift from the Magnus Effect, the same principle that makes baseballs curve and golf balls loft.
 
The vertical ring acts as a gyroscope to hold it steady in all kinds of winds. As the wing spins, the colors blur. Fun fact: The designer, Steve Wingert, created this kite on the dunes where the Wright Brothers first flew. Includes 200’ of flying line. Ages 13+. Flat, the Prism Flip Kite measures 22l x 17"w.
 
Founded by a pair of designers, sailors, and aviators who just wanted to have fun, Prism Designs has been teaching the world that kites aren’t just for kids since 1992.
  • Designer
    Mark Reed and Steve Wingert
  • Size
    Flat: 22l x 17"w
  • Materials
    Ripstop polyester, Pultruded carbon fiber, Pultruded fiberglass, Molded polypropylene, Braided Dacron
  • Year of Design
    2008
  • Origin
    Imported
  • Age
    Adults,Teens

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