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Zero-G, the New Gliding Kite from Prism Designs:

All pre-orders for the Zero-G have have shipped to new homes and we do have a very limited supply in stock.

Zero-G, the New Gliding Kite from Prism Designs:
Beautifully designed to appeal to even the most demanding kite fliers and collectors, the Zero-G is part of the exciting new class of kites knows as "Gliding Kites." Enjoy a new kind of low wind flying that will engage and surprize you.
Stunning Graphics
Amazing Low-wind Performance
The Perfect Gift for the Kite Flier who has Everything
TOM’S NOTES:
Looks like another home run from Mark Reed and the crew at Prism Designs. Zero-G, the New Gliding Kite from Prism Designs:

Beautifully designed to appeal to even the most demanding kite fliers and collectors, the Zero-G is part of the exciting new class of kites knows as "Gliding Kites." Enjoy a new kind of low wind flying that will engage and surprize you. Easy fly to even in low to no wind, you can't go wrong with this beautiful kite.

  • Stunning Graphics
  • Refined Fit and Finish
  • Amazing Low-wind Performance
  • The Perfect Gift for the Kite Flier who has Everything

FROM PRISM:
Imagine a kite that glides magically on the lightest air currents, defying gravity with the lift of a high-performance sailplane and weighing less than 2 ounces. Toss it as a glider with no string attached, or soar through the sky with precise control just by pulling and releasing the line. The Zero G is a true canard-style aircraft, with the smaller wings facing forward in tethered and gliding flight. Unlike traditional kites, it will glide like a airplane when you release the line, making it incredibly easy for beginners and experts alike because it can't stall and fall out of the sky. Pull it up over your head and then slack the line to watch it glide as far as space allows, tantalizing you to skip out of work early on those light wind days.

Conceived in collaboration with celebrated Malaysian designer Ceewan, the Zero G concept was inspired by Reinhold Platz, chief designer for the Fokker Aircraft Company after WW1. Decades before the modern hang glider, he built and flew a full-scale canard-winged craft that folded up to carry on a bicycle. With small wings in front, the canard configuration allows a virtually stall-proof glider that will float eerily in a level attitude even when it's barely flying forward. A clever dynamic bridle adjusts the angle of the forward wings in flight according to the tension on the line, allowing the kite to behave as a kite under tension and a glider whenever the line is released.

With its tensioned fabric wing and minimalist structure, the Z-G is high-tech flying art that looks as good as it flies. Hang it on the wall when you're not flying and watch form and function dance together in this remarkable flying machine.

TOM’S NOTES:
With his Plutz kite series Leong Ceewan introduced the world to an entirely new class of gliding kites. With the Zero G Mark Reed at Prism Designs has taken what was already a refined design and pushed it to an entirely new level. Premium fit and finish, clean custom fittings and stunning graphics combine to form what is sure to be one our favorite new kites to come along in years.

See more info about the Plutz kite on which the Zero G is based including the amazing story and history behind the designs go to: Plutz 3 Gliding Kite.


Product Videos

Prism Zero-G -- Howie Bashant -- Wash Park Rec Center -- May 7, 2012 (02:31)
Shot from a distance on tripod at Wash Park Rec Center.Flyer's Notes: First ImpressionsThis was my first outing with the Zero-G.I had flown the Plutz 3 a few times, maybe 6 months ago, but never had much sucess.I had the tow line attached at the lowest point (closest to the main sail). The other bridle settings were set to default.I had about 10 minute practice session before I shot this video. I'm happy with the flying but have a long way to go. My flying movevments look a little jerky and I often didn't know where the kite was headed once I made a move. Consequently, I often had to make sudden corrections which added to the uneveness of the flying.
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    Shot from a distance on tripod at Wash Park Rec Center.Flyer's...
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    Prism Kite Technology Presents: Zero - G Toss Launch
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    Here's a video of some "almost" zero wind flying at Caesar Cha...

Other Details

SPECIFICATIONS:
Prism Zero-G Gliding Kite
SKILL LEVEL:
Beginner - Advanced
SETUP:
Moderate - Easy
SIZE:
42" x 47" (106cm x 119cm)
WIND RANGE:
0- 10 mph (0-16 kmh)
PULL:
Light
FRAME:
Carbon Fiber Tube
SAIL:
Ripstop Polyester
LINE INCLUDED:
Yes
RECOMMENDED LINE:

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  1. Prism zero G 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 10th Mar 2015

    Well made, quality materials, construction design, light as a feather



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