Tips for flying our Kirra Kites
We all know the frustration of not being able to get a kite high in the sky, but once you do, it can result in an endless amount of fun. After a lot of practice, and product development tests, we have put together a few tips to help get your kite sky high and off the ground.
1. A breeze is more than enough
It doesn’t need to be blowing a gale. All you need is a good breeze and your kite should be set for take-off.
2. A small amount of string
Start small, take a run off, and then gradually let your string get longer and longer. This allows for the kite to get traction and take flight from your motion.
3. Don’t fly your kite near powerlines, trees or homes
It won’t get very far and doing so can be extremely dangerous – the same goes for in storms.
4. Practice makes perfect
Not every day is going to be a good kite flying day, but once you get the hang of it flying a kite does get a lot easier. Take lots of run offs, in various directions to the breeze and you will get there.
Let’s go fly a kite!