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April 25, 2009

Electric Paper Plane Launcher

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That's different.

"Have you ever wished that you could throw a paper aeroplane as straight or as far as someone else? This kit includes components to make two electric plane launchers โ€” ideal for exploring different paper plane designs. The rubber discs spin at high speed and will launch a paper plane at up to 50Km/h (30mph). An ideal gift for any budding aeronautical engineer interested in the application of technology to problem solving."

Each launcher requires 2AA batteries (not included).

Age 8+ (most of my readers โ€” sweet!).

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$15.60.

[via Jonathan Margolis's "technopolis" feature in the April 24, 2009 issue of The Financial Times "How To Spend It" magazine]

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Hey Joe
I see Middlesex University on the box, I nearly went there, offered a place but came to Leeds instead.
Another great cool gadget featured!!
Leeds Photo Daily
Paul

Posted by: Paul - Leeds photo daily | Apr 26, 2009 5:41:32 AM

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