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Forget drones – this $46 smartphone controlled paper airplane is much more fun

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If you’re looking to a fun alternative to the quadcopter drones that have become old news at this point, we have just the thing. The POWERUP 3.0 Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane is an awesome product that adds a little DIY flavor to the remote-controlled toy category. Use the included template to build your paper airplane, connect the included receiver and propeller, then toss it in the air and control it right from your smartphone! It’s seriously so much fun, and it’s discounted right now on Amazon.

Here are the highlights from the product page:

  • 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 or on POWERUP website)
  • Kit contains: special template paper to ensure easy folding and flying , spare propeller and rudder,quick start guide, USB cable (not included)
  • Control by tilting smartphone or tablet right or left for maneuvering and ascend or descend using the throttle lever
  • Features battery level indicator charging status indicator and range indicators and an Air Traffic Control attribute
POWERUP 3.0 Original Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplanes Conversion Kit - Durable Remote Cont… Price: Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission

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