The sky is the limit with the Sky Surfer paper airplane shooter.

With an elastic powered airplane launcher, learning and experimenting with a myriad of airplane designs is now easy... and even more fun!

The Sky Surfer launches planes in a predictable and repeatable way. It's perfect for testing your airplane designs and performing some fancy tricks.

Explore the way that material, wing design, launch angle, and force affect the flight of planes.

Suitable for use indoors or outside; why not take it to the park to see how far your plane can go (anywhere between 3 and 15 metres, depending on the number of elastics used).

The Sky Surfer can launch planes made from:

  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Balsa Wood
  • Styrofoam
  • Straw

The kit includes everything you need to build your sky surfer and test your plane designs:

  • Balsa wood
  • Dowel
  • Rubber bands
  • Decals
  • Foam pieces
  • 20 page booklet with plane designs & ideas
  • Pieces to 
  • Paper
  • Cardstock
  • Wood glue
  • Sandpaper

In 2020, the Sky Surfer was even awarded a prestigious prize from the Purdue University Inspire Research Institute for an engaging toy with engineering thinking and design.

Now you can challenge your friends for bragging rights to see who can build the best paper plane that can fly the furthest.

Recommended for ages 14 and up.

SKU 6735
Barcode # 644216855308
Brand Pathfinders
Shipping Weight 0.4600kg
Related Categories Engineering Gifts Building Things Science Gifts Science Gifts for Kids Science Gifts for Boys Science Gifts for Girls Physics Gifts

Sky Surfer Reviews

Interesting, fun, stimulating, creative

By: Jenny H on 28 May 2020
Since discovering you, I shop nowhere else for gifts for my boys, their cousins and their friends. Interesting, fun, stimulating, creative and such COOL gifts!! Thank you! Thanks for offering us such amazing cool things x
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