Buyer's Guide : Kites for Fun
by John Lutter, KiteStop.com
If you are looking for something that is a bit more entertaining, you can go with some of the other fun shapes. These kites tend to have a unique look and can sometimes be unpredictable. Often they are based on traditional shapes, but have an added flair.
Also known as "cellular" kites, these come in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are typically very stable. Because of the complexity of setup, I recommend these kites to people that don't mind spending some time setting up a kite. Assembly should be supervised by an adult.
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These are unique kite shapes that resemble everything from flying fish, birds and even people. Because of their unique shapes, they may have a unique way of flying. Sometimes these kites can be a handful to assemble, so assembly should be supervised by an adult.
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With multiple sail surfaces, these kites are made to resemble airplanes and ships. They can sometimes be a handful to fly, but really make an impact when flying. Assembly on these kites depends on the complexity of the design and should be supervised by an adult.
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