Our modern twist on the classic diamond kite. The Stowaway Diamond is 37" tall, but folds into a convenient package that's just over a foot long. Perfect for backpack, briefcase, or that spur-of-the-moment getaway to the great outdoors. Its brilliant fractal-based geometric patterns are dye-sublimated onto colorfast ripstop polyester to create a spectacular piece of flying art that will last for years. To assemble, just pull it out of the case and let the rods spring into their connectors; the spars are connected by bungee cord just like a tent pole so there's nothing to lose and no way to assemble it backwards. The lightweight fiberglass frame and ripstop polyester sail give this kite a wide wind range. Comes complete with everything you need including kite, 200' of Dacron flying line, line winder and travel case.
Share a moment in the sky with the magical, single-line Stowaway Diamond box kite from Prism. Bringing traditional kite design together with high-tech performance materials, the Stowaway Diamond follows a stable path or tumbles and dances like an easy-to-fly fighter with one tug on the string. Tie the line to the end of your toe, lay back and enjoy, then let it tumble down magically, end over end, swooping and diving till you straight-line it back into the blue with a tug...
Small enough to take everywhere, the Stowaway Diamond folds into an 18-inch package for use any time the wind strikes you. Ideal for kids of all ages, this well-made classic kite features a sturdy fiberglass frame and ripstop polyester sail that won't let you down. Coming ready to fly with 100 feet of line and a winder included in a compact travel case, the Stowaway Diamond will offer years of airborne fun.
- Skill Level: Beginner to Intermediate
- Kite Size: 16 x 16 x 16 inches (42 x 42 x 42 centimeters)
- Wind Range: 5 to 15 miles per hour (8 to 24 kilometers per hour)
- Pull: Light
- Frame: Fiberglass
- Sail: Ripstop Polyester
- Flying Lines: 100 feet x 20 pounds Dacron (tm) (30.5 meters x 9 kilograms)
- The Prism warranty is pretty simple: If you're not happy, Prism is not happy, and they will do what it takes to fix the kite as long as you have purchased it from an authorized dealer. Damage due to normal wear and tear can almost always be repaired for a reasonable charge. In addition, the Prism website offers multiple tutorials for simple and easy at-home kite repairs. If you have a problem with your kite, contact Prism at: Prism Designs, Inc. 4214 24th Ave West, Seattle, WA 98199; (206) 547-1100
- Prism was founded in 1992 by a couple of guys who fell in love with the wind. Prism's creators starting out making high-tech, dual-line stunt kites when the sport was still young. Introducing space age materials such as graphite composites, Spectra, and Kevlar to the ancient art of kite flying, Prism helped redefine a pastime for a fanatical few. As the sport grew and evolved, so did Prism. While stunt kites will always remain at the core of Prism's most technical design challenges, today Prism works to bring flight to more casual fliers as well--whether you're looking for the perfect single liner for a family outing, the challenge of ripping up the sky with a stunt kite, or the exhilaration and heart-pumping thrill of a power kite--Prism has something to offer. Today Prism is recognized worldwide as the gold standard in kite design and technology, dedicated to putting the magic of flight at your fingertips wherever you go.
Prism Stowaway Diamond Kite -