The POWERUP 2.0 Paper Airplane Conversion Kit transforms your plain old paper planes into full-on flying machines that can easily shatter the world record for the longest time any paper plane has ever stayed airborne.
IN THE BOX
1 X POWERUP 2.0 motor
2 X Paper plane templates
1 X Spare Propeller Set
1 X User Guide
1 X Quick charging battery pack (3AA batteries - not included)
Durable: Carbon fiber body and reinforced nylon motor mount designed to sustain endless crashes.
Super Capacitor Power:Will charge to full throttle in less than 20 seconds.
Weight: just 6.5 grams, total estimated weight including paper plane - 12 grams
Speed: up to 10mph (or 4.5m/sec)
Measurements: 8.6 in/ 220 mm long
Flight time: over 30seconds of flight time
Charging time:20 seconds for a full charge
Product warranty:12 months
Works with:almost any paper plane that will fit the leingth of the module and any of the planes we recomend.
High-speed motor and propeller: more thrust, extra power
Have questions about the 2.0? We’ve got the answers.
The POWERUP2.0 Paper Airplane Conversion Kit transforms your plain old paper planes into flying machine that can easily shatter the world record for the longest time any paper plane has ever stayed airborne.
The kit includes templates and how to folding tips. For a successful flight please follow the step-by-step instructions. Be sure to trim the plane before you launch. For best results, launch on a calm day with no wind.
Yes. the 2.0 is powerful enough to fly all kinds of models.
With a fresh battery pack and proper trimming of your airplane could easily exceed a flight time of 30 seconds.
We designed the POWERUP module to survive most crashes. It’s made with durable carbon fiber rods and reinforced nylon plastic with fiberglass. Still though… no machine is unbreakable. If you run your plane into a wall - repeatedly - your POWERUP may sustain some damage. That’s why we recommend trying to land on something soft - like the grass in your local park.
The POWERUP 2.0 is designed to fly in circles, typically it will fly around you. We highly recomend to fly in a large grassy field with a diameter of around 200 feet or more. This will be usefull if you fly in light windy conditions which may cause the plane to drift while in the air.
For the smoothest flights, aim for clear, sunny, calm windless days.
No. The FAA only requires registration for drones that weigh 0.5 lb/ 250 grams or more.The POWERUP 2.0 weighs less than 12 grams.