Andreas Manta Ray

///Andreas Manta Ray
You can now order any of our fantastic kites online using the simple form. Please complete the form on the right and we will email you to confirm your purchase.

AF Ray

The Manta ray designed by Andreas Fischbacher, a project that has taken soft kite design to the edge, with a special emphasis on removing the need for excessive drag and or the assistance of a pilot.  The manta ray is designed to fly alone with a good line angle although it may be flown under a pilot, with out complications, to reduce tangles and damage, when deployed in close quarters with other flyers. A Mini version is currently being developed and is coming soon!!!!

This kite is available in 3 weights of material, on request a special “ultralight” version, a light wind weapon in 20D”Khamsin Fabric” a 30D version and a 40D all Rip-stop Nylons.

*note the lower the D “Denier” The lighter the fabric and higher the thread count,  The 20D and 30D are a lighter weight Rip-stop but are just as strong as the 40D.  The use of the lighter weight fabrics gives you a larger wind range with out compromise to strength.

Kite Only ($USD) RTF ($USD) Length Width Weight
Mini Manta coming soon! coming soon!
Midi Manta 40D

Midi Manta 30D

$1,680

$1,860

$
Maxi Manta 40D

Maxi Manta 30D

$2,700

$3,170

$ 30 meter



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How It Works

  1. Customise the colour of your kite.
  2. Click “Download as image” (found the bottom left of the page).
  3. Save the file in your local drive.
  4. Upload the file in the “Request Quote” form.

How It Works

  1. Customise the colour of your kite.
  2. Click “Download as image” (found the bottom left of the page).
  3. Save the file in your local drive.
  4. Upload the file in the “Request Quote” form.

How It Works

  1. Customise the colour of your kite.
  2. Click “Download as image” (found the bottom left of the page).
  3. Save the file in your local drive.
  4. Upload the file in the “Request Quote” form.