It is made of high-quality, ripstop nylon fabric and fibreglass spars.
When flown it is best tethered in a field to a stake or large stone and flown on 80 metres of line.
When flying high this kite will provide protection for up to 25 acres, depending on the lie of the land.
Properly assembled and trimmed this kite will fly in winds from four knots up to 20 knots. Above this speed it is wise to land your kite.
Farmers have reported these kites staying up at three or four days at a time.
Sometimes in severe weather or in still air between changes in wind direction, the kite will be forced to the ground.
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18th Nov 2019