Prism Designs - Jazz Stunt kite
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Simple, rugged and affordable, the Jazz outperforms every beginner stunt kite in its class. It’s a zippy little wing that packs up small so you can take it everywhere. Leave it in the car, at the beach house, strapped to your motorcycle...because you never know when you’ll get the urge to fly.
The Jazz’s deep wing profile and tough hybrid glass/carbon frame means you can safely hand it off to anyone for a test drive. In the air, it’s quick but remarkably stable and easy to control, even for a low-time pilot. Engineered and built to the same obsessive standards as our top-end equipment, it’s a simple, compact little gem that will get you up and flying with a grin.
Designed for beginners, the Jazz has a 55-inch wing span but folds down to 25 inches long so it can be packed in a suitcase or backpack. Easy instructions are printed on the case so they're always handy. Quick, stable, and easy to control, the Jazz will fly in winds as low as 5 mph, a plus for inland pilots, and also perform in winds up to 25 mph for trips to the beach. The ready-to-fly package includes flying lines, winder, and flight straps.
Don't forget to add a genuine Prism ground stake for easy launching.
|Wing Span||55" (140 cm)|
|Wind Range||5 - 25 mph (8 - 40 kmh)|
|Frame||Hybrid Pultruded Carbon/Fiberglass|
|Flying Lines||85’ x 55 lbs Polyester (25.9 m x 24.9 kg)|
- Quick, stable, and easy to control
- Kevlar-reinforced nose forgives your unplanned landings
- Light pull is manageable for smaller pilots
- Folds to 25" long inside zippered travel case
- Ripstop nylon sail and hybrid carbon/fiberglass frame
Package: easy to open. Came packed with everything needed. The folding design allows for easy carrying. Quality, excellent. It is sturdy enough to withstand falls, already survived 4 accidental landings. Maneuverability, very good. It is a beginner's kite and will maneuver as such. It is very forgiving and allows you to learn the basics of flying. I'm glad I went with that instead of a full blown kite at first. Seems like it would be very easy to lose control. Overall, very pleased with it. I'll keep it until I can't repair it anymore. I'd recommend it for all beginners. Do note. It needs 10+m/h winds. Otherwise, it will barely lift off. Cheers