Your paper airplanes can be smartphone-controlled with this conversion kit on sale for $44

Powerup's Smartphone-controlled Paper Airplanes Conversion Kit will take your paper airplanes to new heights, and today it's down to just $43.99 at Amazon when you use promo code 12POWERUP during checkout. That saves you 12% off its regular price of $50. The kit comes with everything you need to create your paper airplanes too, along with some step-by-step instructions to make folding them easy and fun.

Turn your paper airplanes into remote-controlled flying machines with this discounted conversion kit. It lets you use an app on your phone to start controlling your paper airplanes and it's easy to set up too.

This conversion kit lets you transform your paper airplanes and start controlling them using a free app on your smartphone or tablet. It comes with four sheets of special template paper so you can build up to four planes with the kit. They're designed to be crash-resistant and utilizes Bluetooth to connect with your phone. Once they're ready to fly, each plane has a range of up to 180 feet.

The in-app controls for this kit are easy to use so even young kids can fly their paper airplanes around. The app can also show you the current battery level, charging status, and range indicators. There's even an in-app Flight Academy and free template downloads so you can build even more planes to fly around.

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Alex Smith
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