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on 1 May 2010
This is a great favourite (best for age 9-11?): My 5 year old is a bit small to wind it up properly though likes it well enough. It is dureable enough to stand most of the rough handling. It's easy to assemble and has a nice design with solid stickers to hold the parts from moving once in place.

A great success and teaches alot about basic physics! It needs aeleron adjustment to fly right and that does get the kids thinking, but the results are immediately rewarding when they work it out. It can go for dozens of yards over a warm park lawn, takes off from a runway or hand, glides well, has a spare (good quality) rubber band and is pretty good value all around.

Pretty garranteed fun with the right weather
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VINE VOICEon 28 June 2010
Only lasted a few days in the park - but great fun was had by all until the front broke off beyond repair.
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on 9 July 2010
Total waste. It looked great in the picture, but it is not made to stay together
or even to fly. My 5 yr old twins were super excited only to be let down...
It would have been fun and educational, had it been made properly to do what it
says it would do - to stay together and most importantly to fly.
Trust me...paper airplanes fly a lot better than this!
I usually don't do reviews, but I had to warn all fellow parents with this one.
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