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This smart paper airplane kit is just $35 for Cyber Week

The POWERUP 3.0 lets you create and fly paper airplanes from your phone, and is the perfect tech gift.
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November 28, 2018
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Drones have exploded in popularity over the last few years, and while they still make a great gift, most of the ones you'll find for under $50 are generic quadcopters that everyone's already seen. This year, opt to for the POWERUP 3.0 Smartphone Controlled Paper Airplane Kit, which combines the latest drone technology with fully customizable paper airplanes that you can control from your smartphone. It's normally $50, but you can get one today for just $35 with code CMSAVE20 at checkout.

A high-tech spin on the classic paper airplane, the POWERUP 3.0 Paper Airplane kit lets you transform ordinary paper planes into motorized flying machines that you can control right from the companion smartphone app. The kit comes with instructions for building a wide variety of different planes, as well as a desk stand for showing off your creations when they're not soaring the skies. You'll get up to 10 minutes of flight time at a range of up to 55 meters, and has beginner and advanced flight modes so it's fun for all skill levels.

The POWERUP 3.0 Smartphone Paper Airplane kit is usually $50, but for Cyber Week, you can pick one up for just $35 with code CMSAVE20 at checkout. Grab one for yourself and someone on your list today while supplies last.

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