RCLIC 120 Stunt Kite - Blue

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Key feature
Assembly is a breeze with this kite! It is easy to use and ideal for learning to fly a kite.
Users reviews
5 / 5 3 ratings

User benefits

Easy assembly / dismantling
The RClic system allows for one-step assembly.
The flexibility of its frame gives it very good responsiveness.
For wind speeds from 2.5 to 6 Bf (10 to 60 km/h).
Hard-wearing 4 mm fibreglass frame. With reinforced nose.


Acrobatic kite
120 cm x 49 cm
100% 70 g/sqm polyamide.
With all parts
lines + handles + cover
Frame : 100.0% Glass - Fibre (FG) Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES)
Designed and tested by our teams in Hendaye, France. The Tribord global design centre is located on the banks of the Bidassoa in Hendaye. This allows us to design products in contact with users and in the marine environment.
made for
discovering the pleasure of single-line stunt kites from 7 years of age.
2 years
DOWNLOAD the user manual


Storage Tips
Wind the lines around the handle Store carefully in its bag.
Restrictions on use
Do not use in a storm or near high voltage power lines.


Rclic assembly system
Assembles in one step thanks to the RCLIC system. Pull down the central rods, then clip them to the centre of the kite.
Steering handles
Two steering handles are included to manoeuvre the kite. Pull on both lines at once to raise or lift off the kite. Pull on the right handle to steer the kite to the right, and the left to steer it to the left.
Find the quick reference guides on the Tribord.com website!
Wingspan: 120 cm Supplied with two handles and a 25 metre line.
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Users reviews

5 / 5 3 ratings
3 users recommended this product
Distribution of ratings
  • +60 years old
    06 September 2016
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    Better late than never

    I had two kites as a child and neither flew well, so I gave up. Now my great nieces have this one and it flies well, so I got one, too. Finally, at 63, I have a kite that is easy to fly and a lot of fun to make it do things.

  • 12 August 2016
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    Fast and powerful

    I've flown this kite on very blustery days and it is super responsive. For the money this costs it's a real bargain. I don't think it's a beginners kite to be honest. The larger ones are easier to fly but more expensive. This little kite screams across the sky and it loves doing tricks. So if you get one watch a YouTube tutorial on basic kite techniques. It'll pay dividends. I hope someone from decathalon reads this because if you followed the exact design of this small kite and produced in a 240 + cm size it would be awesome. . (I'm going to buy another today.) Absolutely recommended but persivere with it of you are new to stunt kites.

  • Woman
    30-39 years old
    12 July 2016
    Use since 2 to 8 weeks
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    purchase confirmed
    Fun four hours

    We got this kite for my stepson to steer him away from the consoles. He grunted at first, but after the first few attempts loved this kite. The instructions are clear and you can feel the solidness of the make. We have had kites in the past that despite following instructions, have buckled under the pressure of strong wind, or just twisted and snapped. This kite is durable and so easy to control :)