Charlie Clarke presents Skyaak DIY deuce ring-wing glider!

November 8, 2008 at 4:01 am 1 comment

Charlie Clarke cautions against throwing a Skyaak Model 3 around in the house, something might get broken! We wanted to prove once and for all that the Skyaak DIY deuce is perfectly safe to throw around in your average home, classroom or office, though. A half an hour or so later, we had chucked all four of these around and none of them got wrecked. Neither did any lamps, windows or TV screens. So yeah, they are safe alright.

A clutch of deuces

Charlie Clarke holds 4 Skyaak DIY deuce units in a clutch before we started to chuck them around at his place.

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 want 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!

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