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according to www.typesofkites.com they areInterestingly, all our building and flying of simple Diamonds has underscored the basic reliability and idiot-proof nature of these types of kites! Many other designs can have their quirks and give trouble when built from scratch by inexperienced fliers. No wonder the Diamond is so popular. The larger ones which break down for transport are very quick to set up too. With accurately made modern materials, Diamond kites can have quite a good wind range, although they don't necessarily fly at very steep line angles. In some corners of the world, you might hear a Diamond referred to as an Eddy kite. There are a number of similarities!