Customer Review

Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Howdy! My kids love these.
1) don't install the wings upside down
2) they will get stuck up trees, so keep a ball handy so you can knock them back down.
3) add extra weight to the nose/body and they will fly 2x the distance. of the planes was slightly crooked and I had to add weight to the wing to get it to fly strait.
...the wings also get wobbly (after lots of use and abuse), so I added clay to the wing joints to keep them sturdy.

I will certainly purchase these again in the future. They are light but haven't broken after hours and hours of use.
I don't expect them to last years, but they are good as new despite constantly crashing into things (gravel, pavement, fences, etc.).

The picture shows how I added weight to the planes to get them to fly better.
I used Meguires Car Surfacing Clay - but sticky tack should work fine too.
The steel ball nested inside the black portion of the plane just didn't provide enough weight.
...particularly in windy conditions.
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