- The world's first remote controlled paper airplane conversion kit has a 180 feet/ 55 meter range and a crash-resistant design
- Contains Bluetooth Smart Technology controlled by your smartphone (check compatible models below)
Powerup Smartphone Controlled Paper Plane
Ladies and gentlemen: Please welcome the most simple and basic of toys into the 21st Century.
No longer shall we have to endure the lopsided, unpredictable and pathetic flights of conventional paper ‘planes.’ No. More. Now, with the Powerup 3.0 UK Smartphone Controlled Paper Plane, the draconian traditional paper planes will be a thing of the past. Backed by an incredible $1.2 million of crowdsourced funding on Kickstarter, this is truly a revolutionary toy, further nullifying the need for paper in this day and age. And yes, you heard that right: 21,412 people actually contributed real money to improve the trusty paper aeroplane.
The invention these people backed is truly a marvel- and it really does fly like paper, and get high like planes. What’s more, the smartphone app is specifically designed to be ridiculously easy and fun to use, meaning that young children and not-so tech-savvy grandparents alike can enjoy the flight. In fact, it’s so easy to use that we bet you’ll be making half the Top Gun pilots jealous of your sweet tricks.
However, this is not simply another convenience of amusement, and is most definitely not as flimsy as paper planes are. That’s right; rev up your engines, because this specimen is built to be crashed (well, not strictly). What we really mean is that the electronic parts are made of ‘crash-proof’ super-durable materials, are totally waterproof to ensure that nothing can put a damper on your day, and that 4 different, durable paper plane templates are provided to help you build the perfect aircraft. Get out there and start experiementing the science of flight at its most basic!
With the Powerup 3.0 UK Edition, every one of us can realize that childhood dream of flying an aeropplane, with ridiculous ease: no flight qualifications needed. Don’t believe me? Check out the video below and see for yourself!