PowerUp 2.0 Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit
This is the PowerUp 2.0 Electric Paper Airplane Conversion Kit. PowerUp 2.0 will convert you paper airplane into a Free Flight electric paper airplane! Just attach to the nose of any paper plane and see this fly hundreds of feet above a soccer or football field. The PowerUp module will fit on almost any paper airplane design, enhancing your paper airplanes flight capabilities. Keep in mind that not every style of paper plane works with the PowerUp module – the plane cannot exceed 8 inches in length, and there must be a crease down the center to attach your PowerUp module.
Flying is simple, just charge the PowerUp for up to 20 seconds and let ‘er rip! Insert the charger’s nose into the front receptacle of the PowerUp module, and the propeller will start rotating instantly. One set of batteries will provide over fifty fully charged flights, but you must wait two minutes in between charges. The PowerUp module is made of a highly durable carbon fiber composite, so it will not break with normal use. But that does not mean it is indestructible! Make sure to fly in open fields to avoid crashing into trees, concrete, or anything potentially damaging. The PowerUp is not waterproof...but neither are paper planes!
The PowerUp 2.0 kit does not include a paper plane – it is up to you to design your aircraft and a well constructed paper airplane is necessary for successful flight's. The basic PowerUp kit includes instructions on how to create a simple paper plane ideal for the PowerUp module, but no paper is included (except, or course, the instruction sheet).
PowerUp 2.0 Features:
- Super crash proof durability even on hard surfaces.
- Propeller start/Propeller stop function.
- Easy to fly.
- Spare propeller included.
- Instructions included to make 4 different airplane designs.
- Translated instructions included - English, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, French, Japanese
Needed to Complete:
- (3) AA 1.5V Alkaline batteries
This product was added to our catalog on Monday, June 23, 2014.