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HQ Scout III
(5.0 on 3)
Smaller stunt kites in the 4-6 foot range take longer to learn with because they’re quick and easier to over-control. But if you want to check out sport kiting with a minimal investment, treat yourself to the very best little trainer on the market: The Jazz.
Comes ready to fly with Spectra lines, winder, flight straps, and zippered case with quick-start instructions printed on the back.
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My only hassle is it takes a reasonable wind to get it going. My next kite will be a low wind kite so I have all conditions covered.
We finally broke the spine by accidentally walking on the kite whilst in the bag. Even with a totally crushed spine this kite still flys well.
Much stronger than I'd have imagined, but very forgiving. Always fly under close adult supervision as even this little kite a strong gust could pull an 8 y/o off balance.
Fantastic pure fun.
The kite must have smashed head first into the rock hard dirt of our local sports ground at least 50 times on its first flight, and never missed a beat.
It is flown by small kids, teenagers, adults, and older people also.
In stronger winds it deals out quite an amount of pull for its size, it flies fast, turns fast, and crashes just as fast. But will not stop flying.
I had been worried about stick kites breaking, but i was assured by Luke that it was kid friendly, and he was oh so right.
In light winds this kite is just so easy to fly, the young kids love it. A friends son, who is 3yo, learned to fly with this kite in under 5 minutes! with such a small kid, pick a very calm day!
A kite to be enjoyed.