Airtime DIY Kite Repair Kit

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  • Airtime DIY Kite Repair Kit
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Airtime DIY Kite Repair Kit

The DIY kite repair kit that has what you need to fix your kite yourself. Be prepared to fix almost any problem your kite may develop with this professionally assembled repair kit. 

From Airtime - "We have assembled only the finest name brand components at an economical price. We don't see the need to private label common items just to charge you more. Instead we keep it simple and pass the savings directly on to you. This kite repair kit can't duplicate the results of a professional sewn repair but is a good option for those that aren't worried about resale value, are fixing a kite that is at the end of its life, or can't access a professional kite repair facility. Regardless of the claims made by other kite repair kit providers, a DIY repair with fiberglass tape and glue will always look like a self fix, won't be as strong as a sewn repair, and can affect the performance of the kite by adding weight and affecting the stretch of the canopy. The backbone of the repair kit is the Seam Grip glue famous in the outdoor community for its incredible strength and flexibility. The Seam Grip glue not only works wonders seaming kite fabric back together but also works to reattach failing valves. This versatile glue allows us to offer you a simple kit that will take care of almost any repair need you may have." 

The kit comes in a quality 6" x 6" x 2.5" box with a watertight seal and locking lid, and includes

  • 20' of fiberglass tape (compare to KiteFix FiberFix
  • 1 oz tube of Seam Grip glue (compare to KiteFix GluFix Adhesive)
  • 5" stainless steel scissors 
  • 10' of Dacron repair tape (5' white, 5' black) 
  • bladder patch kit with a 5 3/4"x3" 
  • Tear-Aid adhesive patch
  • 1 roll of masking tape
  • 1 Sharpie marker 
  • plastic spreader card
  • 99% alcohol swabs
  • 5 zip ties
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    ok kit but no valves

    Posted by James W. on 29th Oct 2014

    ok kit but no valves

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