These Symphony Invento sport kites from HQ are a great way to learn how to, and to practice your kite flying skills in varied wind strengths. Great fun for all the family.
These invento ram-air design sport kites from HQ, are a frameless foil design that feels solid in the air. They don’t fold on the edge of the wind either, making for an easily controllable and predictable kite to learn and to practice your kite flying skills with. The Invento Symphony Beach sport kite offers excellent flight performance, easy handling and they offer tons of fun. Designed to match the demands of beginners, these kites offer a very good price-performance ratio.
Sewn dyneema bridles provide low drag and high strength for performance that is fast, stable and smooth.
Packs up very small for everyday travel…wash bag sized pack!
Invento Symphony kites are proven and established kites that are ideal for pilots who demand a great deal. With uncompromising flight performance, materials and accessories, the Symphony offers great fun for beginners and advanced pilots due to their excellent flying characteristics. The bigger Symphony requires skillful pilots to experience the ultimate power in this class. Go to your limits!
These kites are R2F, or “Ready to Fly”, so setting them up is simple!
Invento Symphony Sport Kite Features
- Amazing relaunch due to the elliptical profile and bridle configuration
- Impressive pull
- Compact carry case
- Ripstop Nylon
This kite is available in the “Rainbow” colour way as pictured.
Ages 8yrs – 14yrs dependant on size of kite and the user. As a guide the smaller 1.2m2 kite would be for younger users and windier days, the 1.4m then for beginner adult flyers! If you need more power, consider the Beach II kite from HQ also.
We recommend flying your kite in a wide open area like a beach, and for younger users, supervision is obviously required as these do generate good power.
Accessories included in the Invento Pack
- Line winder
- Pair of straps for control
- 2 x 20m control lines
- Carry case
Watch these Symphony Invento kites in action
Note: These are not the actual kite in action, but this is still cool…