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The Blue Jay That's Not from Toronto
Apart from being unusual and fun to fly, these realistic kites make practical scarecrows to keep birds away from your boat or garden. Customers report that the durable Tyvek construction remains intact after flying permanently, in all weather, for a year. These things look amazing with their wings flapping in the breeze.
We only sell the Assembled version. Assembled kites require 3-step preparation using no tools, and are ready to fly in minutes. Tyvek is a synthetic paper-like material that's used for housing insulation wraps and Netflix disk sleeves because it is nearly indestructible.
Small and simple with its 28" wingspan, the Bluejay is the best choice for casual kite flying. Its wings flap just like those of its larger relatives. We think of this as a 'gateway' kite. After flying this one, you'll be back for the eagle.
About the Add-Ons
Poles: "Small bird" kites might not be useful as scarecrows or decoys, but you can still attach the Blue Jay to a pole and fly it permanently as a decorative windsock. Poles collapse to a 3' (0.91 m) tube and extend to the length indicated. We don't recommend flying small birds any higher than 20'. The "platinum" poles have an extra-thin tip for better flexing, and can bend 180 degrees.
Jackite's pole color selection often changes without notice. If the pole that you chose isn't available, we'll substitute the closest color that they have.
Kite orders that include poles require special packaging, so they'll come directly from Jackite rather than from our own warehouse. These orders often take an extra day to process. Poles weigh about 3 pounds (1.36 kg) and will increase your shipping charge.
Ground Stake: This 22" (59 cm) length of PVC pipe is angled on one end for easy insertion into the ground. Put the butt end of your pole into the open top. You can easily make this yourself or add ours for convenience. The stake weighs about a pound (0.45 kg) and will increase your shipping charge.
Line Rig: The Line Rig is the easiest way to attach your kite to any pole. You get two large swivels connected by 7' (2.13 m) of fishing line. Clip one swivel to your kite and the other to your pole and you're ready to fly.
Your kite should last for a year or more if you take it down in winds exceeding 20 mph (32 kph) and during sustained heavy rains.