Balsa-Wood Top Gun Glider Model Plane (pack of 36)
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- Ready-to-fly genuine balsa wood model by Guillow.
- Nothing flies like balsa.
- Wings measure 8"W.
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Each glider comes in it's own clear plastic wrapper. (ready to hand out at a party)
Gliders have no logos or paint, just like in the photo. (ready for you to style your own way)
Wood is slightly thicker than most and the perfect weight for getting some distance outdoors.
Not heavy enough to break anything indoors (it's balsa wood!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Grandson enjoys designing this aircraft, "flies great" was his commentPublished 1 month ago by Sherry Hatten
Easy to assemble. I had my 4 year old and 6 year old flying like pros! I added a penny on the front for better weight distribution, told the kids that Abe was the pilot.Published 8 months ago by Edwin Origel
These break easily but are fun while they last. Great for my sons birthday party.. everyone could make plans and fly/crash them.Published 9 months ago by David Lee
OK it is a kit of 36 balsa planes, and that is nice. But they are quite small and flimsy. If they were 50c ea it would be a fair deal.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
Using this for some kids I work with, easy to make and they can paint the wood too.Published 11 months ago by Penelope0108
Nice planes and easy to build. I used the for a cub scout recruitment night and the kids love it.Published 11 months ago by Ed Newman