Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum

Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum

  • Quick, stable and easy to control
  • Kevlar-reinforced nose forgives unplanned landings
  • Light pull is manageable for smaller pilots
  • Folds to 25” long inside zippered travel case
  • Ripstop nylon sail and hybrid carbon/glass frame

The Jazz is the perfect intro to the addictive sport of dual line kiting. Simple, rugged and affordable, the Jazz outperforms every entry level kite in its class and flies with the ease and control of a larger kite. It’s a zippy little wing that packs up small, so take it everywhere. Leave it in the car, at the beach house, strapped to your motorcycle... because you never know when the wind will urge you to head out for a fly. The Jazz’s deep wing profile and tough glass/carbon hybrid frame means you can hand it off to anyone - your kids, your sweetie, or that interested bystander - and know you’ll get it back in one piece. 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 kite’s case so they're always handy. Quick, stable, and easy to control, the kite will fly in winds as low as 5 mph, a plus for inland pilots, and also perform in winds up to 25 mph, a plus for beach pilots. The kite's ready-to-fly package includes Spectra lines, flight straps and line winder.Designed for beginners, this sport kite with Prism's "Spectrum" color pattern has a 55-inch wing span but folds down to 25 inches long so it can be packed in a suitcase or backpack inside a zippered travel case that comes with the kite. Easy instructions are printed on the case so they're always handy. Quick, stable, and easy to control, the kite will fly in winds as low as 5 mph, a plus for inland pilots, and also perform in winds up to 25 mph, a plus for beach pilots. The frame is carbon fiber/fiberglass composite for instant response and light-wind performance. The delta wing is shaped from ripstop nylon. The kite's ready-to-fly package comprises two 65-foot low-stretch Spectra lines, winder, and flight straps.

Specifications:

  • Wing span: 55" (140 cm)
  • Frame: carbon fiber/fiberglass composite
  • Wing material: ripstop nylon
  • Lines: 65' low-stretch Spectra
  • Line rating: 90 pounds
  • Recommended wind speed: 5-25 mph

About Prism
An avid windsurfer, pilot and competitive sailor, Mark Reed, now president of Prism Designs, discovered two-line sport kiting in the late 1990s, when he was in college and sport kites were, at best, primitive. In 1991, his hobby became a business in a tiny house in Seattle. From that modest beginning, Prism has grown into a worldwide business, introducing and explaining the sport as it grew. Today, Prism manufactures in Seattle and Asia and carries two lines of kites, with models for first-time flyers up to world-ranked competition pilots.

Rating: (out of 16 reviews)

List Price: $ 54.00

Price: $ 45.95

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5 Responses to Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum

  1. groundeffect

    Review by groundeffect for Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum
    Rating:
    This is a great kite for the first time pilot. It has everything you need to get started; cool case, lines, and easy assembly instructions. It takes less then a minute to get together and launch! It’s durable and can zip around the sky pretty good.

    It’s on the small side so it doesn’t pull in the wind as much as bigger kites; so it’s prefect for young kids, or young adults just starting to learn to fly. It’s strong and can take some crashing from the first time pilot, as to be expected when learning.

    The Quantum by Prism would also be another great beginner kite, which is bigger and has more pull from the wind.

    You’ll enjoy this kite!

  2. peter

    Review by peter for Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum
    Rating:
    a great kite. my 7 year old son had a great time with it at the beach. you need to read the tips on how to adjust the attachment of the line to the kite to achieve the best flying. however, it is not too complex to have fun.

  3. Miguel A. Rivera

    Review by Miguel A. Rivera for Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum
    Rating:
    This is a great little kite, i bought it to learn and I’ve got to say it has delivered hours of fun and learning. It takes the unexpected crashes really well and despite it being so small in high winds it can develop a bit of pull. Perfect for anyone looking to get in to dual line kites.

  4. Piotr Wachowiak

    Review by Piotr Wachowiak for Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum
    Rating:
    great kite for the money at 40 bucks. Its survived plenty of crashes and is lots of fun in a nice breeze with some good pull.

  5. groundeffect

    Review by groundeffect for Prism Jazz Stunt Kite, Spectrum
    Rating:
    This is a great kite for the first time pilot. It has everything you need to get started; cool case, lines, and easy assembly instructions. It takes less then a minute to get together and launch! It’s durable and can zip around the sky pretty good.

    It’s on the small side so it doesn’t pull in the wind as much as bigger kites; so it’s prefect for young kids, or young adults just starting to learn to fly. It’s strong and can take some crashing from the first time pilot, as to be expected when learning.

    The Quantum by Prism would also be another great beginner kite, which is bigger and has more pull from the wind.

    You’ll enjoy this kite!

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