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Jellyfish Single String Kite

$29.95
or 4 payments of $7.49 with AfterPay
$29.95

Kites provide hours of outdoor fun and single string kites are highly recommended for younger children. This Jellyfish kite is already assembled and very easy to fly. Strong and rugged it will wiggle and dance in the sky in a wide range of winds. The kite is 1.8m long. Proudly Australian Made.

SPECIFICATIONS
Age Recommendation: 3 Years +
Dimensions: 26cm x 29cm x 1cm
Country of Design: Australia
Country of Manufacture: Australia
Primary Material: Nylon
Assembly Required: No
Gift Wrap Available: No
Brand SKU: 150
Shipping Type: Standard

Customer Reviews

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Caroline M.
Great product and service!

I bought a jellyfish kite for my granddaughter's third birthday and it arrived quickly, as promised. She had a lot of fun with the kite in the local park as it was easy to fly and to hold onto. She also liked the bright colours of the kite itself and the 'jellyfish' strings attached to it. I can recommend it for any child over the age of 3.

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Loll
Great fun :-)

Can it fly? Yes it can! It proved the skeptics among the group wrong, and had us all laughing as it wriggled like jelly in the breeze. Even Granma had a turn and loved every second of it.
After watching the Jellyfish kite for about a minute, a few of us had the same idea.... "Imagine if it were bigger!" Great start for a discussion about aerodynamics which lead to a kite making competition.
Good old fashioned family fun. The best part was seeing my entire family, (aged 1 to 97), out together just laughing and playing.

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Danya
Great kite for young beginners

My skeptical science teacher husband looked at the jellyfish kite and said "that thing will never fly". We have since taken the kite on a very successful maiden flight and proved him wrong!

The kite was great for our 5yo daughter to manage on her own, and who wouldn't smile at the rainbow?