Between Tear Aid and Kitefix, there would never be any reason to miss any kiting when on holiday due to kite damage.
Tear Aid will fix sail rips and is the only thing for bladders that we use these days ( I have not used my welder since we got Tear Aid)https://www.kitepower.com.au/catalog/pr ... t_325.html
Kitefix is a much better, permanent way of repairing a torn kite canopy or leading edge, with no sewing. I recently fixed a school kite that was ripped from LE to TE in a zig zagged line late one Saturday afternoon and was needed the next day. I could not get it sewn in time, but had received my first shipment of Kitefix. 2 hours later the kite was finished and I was still home before dark, the kite has been in use in my school ever since and the repair is holding up like the day I did it. The rip was approx 1.5M long!!!
Total cost, retail prices, $44Oz dollars for the entire repair.https://www.kitepower.com.au/catalog/pr ... t_325.html
Click the link on that page to see the Kitefix guys join 2 separate kites together (same model and size) then try to kill it again.