Fighter Kites

Fighter Kites

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Fighter Kites are a special breed look at, Arcade Machine Collectibles of kites that are built only for one single purpose - Fighting. Depending on the country also see, Home Renovating where they belong to, the shapes of these kites have remained the same despite the test of time. Most fighter kites from Asia have been known to be quite hard to fly and the competition they compete in is as fierce as they come.

Asian countries look at, Gerry Anderson Models of India and Pakistan are known for their 'patang'. These fighter kites are amongst the toughest to fly and learning to fly them is a long process. Once you learn the basic stuff, then begins the harder procedure for learning how to also see, Tapestry Weaving fight with the fighter kite. The trick also look at, Tapestry Weaving behind this kite is that the kite always moves in the direction which its nose faces. Pulling on the control line moves the kite in the direction of its nose.

Afghan fighter kites are quite similar to the Indian and Pakistani fighter kites in terms of the shape and basic working principle. However, the difference lies in the size of the kite. While the patang can be quite big in size, the average Afghan kite is around 3.5 feet wide (wingspan). That's almost a foot larger than the big Indian fight kites.

Korean fighter kites are in the shape of a shield and is considered to be one of the toughest kites available in Korea and even in the world. The kite is built of 5 sticks tied together at four different places, also look at, RC Combat Robots making it extremely sturdy. The kites cover is usually Mulberry paper, a specialty of this form of fighter kites while there is a circle at the centre of the kite that acts as an air also see, Walking Robots control device. These fighter kites are extremely fast and easy to control and can fly vertically or horizontally as well.

The Japanese fighter kite is, like the Afghan kite, is another variation of the Indian fighter kite and is known as the Nagasaki fighter kite. It is considered that the Portuguese, Dutch and British traders were responsible for introducing the Indian fighter kite to the country. consider, Fraternal Organization Collectibles The kite is extremely unlike traditional Japanese kites and the missing tail , Fireworks fin is the only feature have a look at, Gerry Anderson Models that distinguishes it from the Indian fighter kite.

Brazilian fighter kites are also known as top kites because of their shape which resembles a spinning top. Known as Piao fighters, these kites are flown with a string that has tails why not visit, Walking Robots attached. In Thailand, there are two different types of fighter kites. The differentiation is unique as there is a male and female try, Collectible Glassware kite. The male kite, known as The Chula, is shaped like a star while the female why not visit, RC Mini Boats kite, The Pakpao, is shaped like an Indian fighter kite, without the tail. , Doll House Plans

Malaysian fighter kites are exceptionally beautiful look at, RC Free Flight Gliders kites that are quite ornate and large. Home also see, RC Humvee to giant kites, Malaysian kites are known as Waus and take weeks to construct and decorate. have a look at, Fireworks Although they are available in many different shapes and sizes, the differences are quite minimal as compared to traditional design try, RC Free Flight Gliders and most tend to look almost like the traditional Waus available for customers.

Fighter kites are quite incredible creations that allow you to participate in exciting competition with others who are willing to take the hobby of kite flying to another level. It may take some time and patience to learn to fly fighter kites and use them in battle, but at the end of it all, there is nothing that can beat the thrill and excitement of fighter kites.


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