Grab a Skyaak DIY ‘deuce’ now!

September 9, 2008 at 10:47 pm 2 comments

We did it! Now you can spend the big bucks, all TWO of them, to grab your very own Skyaak DIY ‘deuce’, thanks to the good folks at PayLoadz, the massively popular online shopping service.

Just click on the ‘Buy Now’ button below to take a ‘deuce’ for a test drive today!

Let us know what you think…check out the demo video here for some useful tips on cutting out and building your ‘deuce’. Don’t let the strange design throw you for a loop, pun intended. After you try it out for the first time, you will find that it all makes sense, big time. The second time you cut out and build a Skyaak DIY ‘deuce’ it will be way quicker and easier, in fact it will be just plain FUN!

But most of all, have fun finger flicking your DIY ‘deuce’ around the joint. You will be pleasantly surprised at how well this little unit glides through the air. Ah, the wonders of ‘ring-wing’ flight!

People, once you’ve built your ‘deuce’ and tossed it around, share the buzz! Go ahead, have fun and lob a video clip of your Skyaak experience to YouTube and tag it “Skyaak DIY deuce” so we’ll catch it. We are wrapping our heads around creating a contest that will entitle lucky video posters (that means you, Lou!) to qualify for Skyaak merchandise. How does a Skyaak Model 3, shipped *FREE* to anywhere on the planet sound?

BTW, you can also visit the official Skyaak DIY ‘deuce’ vendor site at PayLoadz here that includes the affiliate builder! Anyone who wants to can grab the code there to start earning $$$ by offering this cool new product on your website or blog!

If you wish to experience the sensation of Skyaak ring-wing flight before your very eyes, you can right now.

Grab the Skyaak DIY ‘deuce’ model that you can print on regular 8.5″ x 11″ paper, dope with clear tape, customize, cut-out, build and fly for the one-time cost of $2.00. Just remember to make a copy of your download before you cut it out so you can go on to build a whole fleet if you want!

Strange but true...the front of a Skyaak DIY 'deuce'.

Strange but true...the front of a Skyaak DIY deuce


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. dylancooke  |  September 26, 2008 at 1:22 am

    I purchased one of these and it was very easy to download, just two links (page 1 and page 2) and I was ready to print and create my own DIY ‘deuce’.

    It takes a bit of concentration to build it (as with any DIY project), but as I’m a tinkerer at heart, I enjoyed every minute of it. Once I put it together and started throwing it around, what I found most interesting is how it behaves aerodynamically the same as the larger, Skyaak Model 3 (which I’ve owned and thoroughly enjoyed for a few years now).

    This makes sense of course, since the structure is the same (just smaller), but I still found it intriguing. I had larger paperclips so I just used one on the front and one for the finger flicker, it seems to work great. Once I get some smaller paper clips I’ll have to see if there’s any difference between the two.

    All in all, this is DEFINITELY worth the two bucks, especially considering if it gets damaged (which it hasn’t yet), I can reprint as many as I want.

  • 2. mrgaudet  |  October 9, 2008 at 3:02 am

    Hiya Dylan, happy to hear that you are having fun with your DIY deuce. Did you find it was easier to build your second one?

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