Buy power kite

Are you looking for a good power kite? For a good power kite you have come to the right place at Telstar Surf.

You may have seen it pass by, people who are busy keeping their kite under control on the beach, a meadow or wherever. These kites, also known as power kites, are also called mattress kites. Power kites can be used for hobbyists as well as for preparation for kite surfing, for example.

At Telstar Surf you will mainly find Peter Lynn and Cross Kites in the range. This kite brand has been a leader in quality and flying characteristics for years. In addition to the power kites, Telstar Surf also has kite accessories and Kheo mountain boards.

Different types of power kites

Within our range there are various power kites available, but what are those differences now? There are in particular 2 different types of kites, namely the power and stunt kites. Power kites are more like the kites you use on the water and are easy to control. These kites are also called mattress kites and are available with 2, 3 or 4 lines. If you are a beginner, we recommend taking a 2 line kite, as you get better at flying a kite, you can look at a 3 or 4 line power kite. There are also the stunt kites who feel a bit more aggressive due to their high speed with which they fly through the air, ideal for performing crazy turns and other tricks!

The right size power kite

When purchasing a power kite, it is important to choose the right size kite. Different properties can be looked at to see which kite suits you best:

  • Body weight
  • Wind force
  • Level of the power kiter

Weight vs. correct kite size

The heavier you are as a kite rider, the longer you can keep a kite when the wind gets stronger or, the bigger the kite that you can control.

Depending on your weight, you can choose the right size powerkite. For adults, most will choose between 2.5 and 4 square meters. Of course you want your power kite to be as versatile as possible so that you can use it as often as possible in the right weather conditions.

Below you can see a size chart for choosing the right size. Pay attention! This is and will remain an advice. It obviously differs in which wind force you fly and whether you are, for example, a boy or a girl. When in doubt, always let our colleagues at Telstar Surf advise you.

30 – 40 kg 1,0 – 1,2 m²
40 – 50 kg 1,2 – 1,5 m²
50 – 60 kg 1,5 – 2,0 m²
60 – 70 kg 2,0 – 2,5 m²
70 – 80 kg 2,5 – 3,0 m²
80 – 90 kg 3,0 – 3,5 m²
90 – 100 kg 3,5 – 4,0 m²
100 – 110 kg 4,0 – 4,5 m²

Power kite brands

Cross kites

If you are looking for a power kite with good quality and a decent price, Cross kites has the right material for you! With the choice between 2 or 4 line kites, there is a suitable kite for every level. All power kites are very user-friendly and deliver maximum pleasure. The cross kites can also be supplied with a bar. The bar provides extra experience if you later want to switch to a kite.

Peter Lynn

With decades of kite experience, the company Peter Lynn has seen all types of kites pass by. For example, they have also experienced the development from single-line kites to multi-line kites. In addition to his experience with power kites, Peter Lynn has also been a pioneer in the development of kite flying applications including buggies, mountain boards and snow kites.

The kites of Peter Lynn are known for the combination of flying characteristics, quality and price. In addition, the range of Peter Lynn consists of power kites for both the novice and experienced power kiter.


Kheo offers a nice range of mountain boards. You can use mountain boards on land in combination with, for example, your mattress kite. With a mountain board you make power kiting even more fun. Because the mountain boards are robust, you can blast back and forth on different areas, such as the beach or lawns. The Kheo mountain boards are also suitable for making a jump, so you will experience an even greater adrenaline rush.

Knowing more?

Do you have a question, do you still have doubts about something or can we help you choose the right mattress kite? Please feel free to contact us with any questions. That's what we're here for!

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