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    Product Description

    Get back in the pilot’s seat.

    The first product TAIT ever made and still their most popular today.

    The TAIT Turbo Flyer® is a hand screenprinted balsa model airplane kit that comes in its own cardboard carrying case.

    Woooosh! Weeee! Turbo Flyer® soars! Get your hands on one of these easy-to-build and collectable balsa model kits for ages 8 and up.

    This plane is an all-new spin on a childhood classic, with thicker wood, better aerodynamics, and sustainable packaging with a purpose - keeping your plane safe when not in use and reducing warping. Better yet, each one is printed and assembled by hand.

    In field tests, Turbo Flyer® has soared for 50 feet – and when you are finished throwing it, put it back in the cardboard case to keep it safe for your next launch.

    PACKAGE SIZE:  13" l x 14" w x 5" h. Wing Span 12".

    MATERIALS:  Balsa wood, Non-toxic water based ink, brass tip, environmentally friendly velcro-lock cardboard case.

    USE:  With a brass tip and the option to move the wing forward for distance, or towards the back to fly in a loop de loop. Get back in the pilot’s seat whether you throw it around outside or display indoors.

    Turbo Flyer® will have the longest lifespan if thrown over soft grass, at the beach, or displayed elegantly on a mantle, bookshelf or in the office.

    Planes from years ago, redesigned for today.

    Ethically made in the USA.

    Available in store


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