10′ Giant 3D Dragon Kite – Prowl the Skies like an Apex Predator
Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane. Nope, it’s just my 10′ giant 3D dragon kite. I love flying this thing and seeing the look of awe and wonder from passersby. So, how much does a dragon kite cost?
A dragon kite costs anywhere between $15 and $2,000 on average. This large difference in pricing is mostly attributed to the size of the kite. The most expensive kites are over 30 feet in length, while smaller toy models are under 1 foot. Shape, materials, and 2D or 3D designs also affect cost.
Fly a giant 3D dragon kite, and watch the medieval townsfolk run for the hills!
Many people fly a dragon kite as a statement piece. It’s a work of 3D art that is taken to the skies and is sure to draw lots of attention. Whether you’re using it in a competition or just for recreation, dragon kites are a stunning choice.
This giant kite features a fearsome dragon with its mouth open, flying through the skies. The impressive wingspan is 10 feet long from tip to tip. Beautiful hues of orange, red, and blue make the dragon stand out vibrantly against the sky. Accents in black and white create definition for a truly artistic display. The colors also add three dimensional depth to the piece, as if it were a real dragon flying through the air!
Made from ripstop polyester, this kite is designed for durability as well as ease of use. A fiberglass frame supports the body without weighing it down. The massive dragon wings are reinforced with struts and cross-piece supports as well. Tethers attach to the feet, chest, and abdomen, coming together into a single line for easy control. The 50 lb test polyester line gives a strong hold, allowing you to send your dragon soaring as high as 500 feet in the air! It’s perfect for the beach or the park, enjoying a nice sunny day.
- Minimal assembly required
- Recommended for ages 12+
- Measures 9 1/2′ L x 10′ W fully unfurled, and weighs just 1 pound
- Tail and wing tips have streamers for added visibility
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