Pterodactyls are flying again!

Our Pterodactyl is a unique design of kite from the age of the dinosaurs. Developed through a personal passion it is a high quality product that is fun, realistic looking and flies really easily.

Read what owners of pterodactyls have said

“The best kite ever! – 5 stars”

A spectacular, eye catching kite. Easy to fly, even for beginners. Stunning value for money, too.


Californian kite enthusiast Glenn Mitchell produced the independent film and review below …

Pterodactyl sightings!

Look where they have been sighted around the world.

Fly your pterodactyl and send us a message and photo through our Sightings or Give your feedback page or use Facebook/Instagram. We’d love to hear your stories and see your pictures – and we can then add them to our world map and help bring pterodactyls back to the skies.


Our Pterodactyl kite is a UK Registered Design, has EU Community Design Registration and USA copyright.

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2 weeks ago

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Dorset - a great place for outdoor exploration and kite flying!

After 9 months of hard work we are thrilled to be sharing the incredible Dorset Video Project 🎬🤙🎥

🙏 to creators Brady Gee and Arran Witherford and the many collaborators involved!

Start planning your Dorset adventure

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4 weeks ago

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Our new website launched in September, we are particularly proud of our 'sightings' page with your pictures of Pterodactyls flying around the world from Australia to USA, France to Egypt and even the Azores. Send us your pterodactyl sighting and we'll add it to the map ...

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1 month ago

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Our Pterodactyl has been flown at kite festivals as far apart as Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire and Adelaide, Australia. Why not take yours to a kite festival near you? ...

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2 months ago

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If you are in Dorset over the October half term don't forget to check out the activities at Charmouth Heritage Coast CentreOctober half term activities are available to view on our website. Join us for fossil walks, rockpool ramble, fossil polishing and more!

Don't forget October half term will be the last week for entering the Attenborough and the Sea Dragon Competition! You have until the 31st to send in your drawings of what you think the sea dragon looked like complete with it's head! Chris Moore will be choosing a 1st, 2nd and 3rd prize winner so don't forget to put your details on the back!

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