Krah Krah kite


The unusual name of this kite represents the sound made by a raven, after which the kite is modelled, apparently.  From HQ Kites, it was designed by Arno Gradwohl.  It’s quite big at a length of 89” (227cm) and is very distinctive with the separate “cut-out” piece in the middle.  Krah Krah will fly in very light wind, from about 3mph (5kph) but is equally happy when the wind increases.  It’s well made, like most HQ designs, and easy to handle for anyone.  I enjoy flying mine by hand, rather than tying it down, and it’s a lot of fun always.  Mine came from Picture Pretty Kites, where it is $132.