John Barresi

Peter Powell Triple Sky Stunter (7/1/14)

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John Barresi    4,005

We're pleased to yet again announce the next prize being given away to our most appreciated supporters, the Kitelife Subscribers...

For roughly 10 cents per day they play a major role in keeping KL growing in every way.

Peter Powell Triple Sky Stunter, roughly a $350 value!



This package includes three large diamond kites, lines and tails!

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You can sign up to win KiteLife prizes here.

Odds of winning for this prize is currently 1/360, and will be drawn on July 1st, 2014!

Our thanks, and the very best to you... Let the drooling begin!

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bbailey49    967

SWEET! From the sound of the video they can fly in a hurricane. Our is it they need a hurricane to fly?

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dragonfish    381

Cool!

Their website says 15mph+ wind range for a single kite. I'd guess a little lower for a stack? Wonder how hard they pull...

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photomom    450

Lovely!!!!!!! This would be great to go with my Trlby stack. HOw about making it my graduation present?

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bbailey49    967

This is the 1976 toy of the year. Ain't it grand how some things are just done right to begin with and can stand the test of time.

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Guzzi rider    1

Sweet. First kite I ever bought was a peter Powell. Mice liked it as well, kept it in my shed over winter, when I went to use it there was nothing left but the sticks. Gutted.

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GammoRay    79

I have a stack of eight peter powells. I can tell you that they will drag you about the beach! Went through 3 sets of 100' tube tails. Trouble was they simply disintegrated in the bag as if they were biodegrading. Hope they use a better material now.

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bbailey49    967

Seriously, is that all the interest there is in this set of Kites? Nothing draws crowds like stacks, and this is an awesome stack. Let's get the banter going here folks. Unless you have all just conceded the fact that I am winning these kites. ;)

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photomom    450

Oh, no! This stack is coming to NC, not TN.

Others need not apply!

MINE, MINE, MINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:clap; :clap; :clap; :clap; :clap;

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SparkieRob    1,502

Red, White and Blue are on the Aussie flag too....

Down under stack!

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Rudy64    30

Red, White, and Blue...Sure would look great flying here in Wisconsin on the 4th of July.

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SHBKF    1,017

July 1st is the perfect day, a retirement gift for a solo hill billie kite flailer. SHBKF Yes, just send em on.

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bbailey49    967

Sometimes......silence is golden. These would look good in the Florida skies ;)

...when I drive down from Tennessee to fly them there. ;)

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Tmadz    475

I'm disappointed that I won't have these in time to fly them on Independence day. I'll just have to take solace in my Powerball jackpot that I'm winning tonight.

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Tim P.    113

This takes me back to when I first started flying kites, back in '86. I flew a triple stack of multi-colored Peter Powells with the tube tails all day, almost every day that summer. They always drew a crowd!!

Help me relive my lost youth, send them to me in NC!

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photomom    450

I agree they should come to NC.

But they really belong here with me at the beach.

Come to Momma!!!!!!

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bbailey49    967

I'll be more than happy to bring them to NC when we come on vacation to the OBX from TN

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