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A collection of 6 colorful foam gliders that assemble in minutes without glue or scissors. With the catapult launchers, there beauties fly up to 150 feet.
— Dean Smith, owner of Jazams
in Princeton, N.J. told TDmonthly
in a Fall 2012 survey that they sell about 24 of these each month, making them a best selling aircraft/flying toy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 35432 (added 11/5/2012)
MSRP: $20Age Range: 9 to 0Launch Date: March 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
These large, foam gliders are now available in three new styles in the rubberband-powered gliders and three new styles bundled with an electric winder. They are not sold to mass-market accounts. "The first launch in this series sold out three times in the first six months of release," Dennis Edlund, marketing director for AG Industries, told TDmonthly. Launch date: March 30, 2009.
— “AG airplanes (are) really great products. They’re 8 and up, so they’re great for the older boy,” Diana Gisolfu, co-owner of Sisters Kids in Springfield, Mass., told TDmonthly in early summer 2010.
— In June 2010, five percent of 40 retailers cited AG planes as a top seller for boys 4 to 12.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 22911 (added 3/23/2009)
The kit takes approximately 30 minutes to build and will allow kids to observe and learn all about how the lift is powered by water. Everything needed is included in the kit except for scissors, a ruler and water. Launch date: April 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18543 (added 4/24/2008)
This SkyRyder is twice the size of the original SkyRyder models. The model plane is rubberband-powered, durable and easy to assemble. Launch date: March 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 18542 (added 4/24/2008)
Man's first flight was in 1903. Today...it's kids' turns! This model is designed to fly. The easy -to-build kit Includes one balsa/fiber plane, assembly instructions, flight manual and an historical account. The pieces are pre-cut.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 10302 (added 11/28/2006)
The Classroom/Competition kit is the perfect group learning tool. Thirty identical balsa & paper planes, plus 30 student booklets/instructions and two teachers guides complete the package. Can be completed in one classroom session.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8899 (added 8/4/2006)
The first in the Smithsonian Milestone Series, this six-model kit contains the early pioneers of flight. The plane each model is based on resides in the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8898 (added 8/4/2006)
The Giant Wright Flyer is one of the few flying replicas. Sturdy and powered with an electric winder, even the Wright Brothers would be impressed.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8897 (added 8/4/2006)
Six of the world’s most famous aerobatic teams are represented in this super large gift box. Easy to fly both indoors and out.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8896 (added 8/4/2006)
Two powerful seaplanes with an electric winder. These beauties land on water just like the real thing.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8895 (added 8/4/2006)
Three colorful rubber band powered gliders coupled with an electric winder. Flights nearly 100 yards are possible.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8894 (added 8/4/2006)
20th Century U.S. airplanes in vivid colors. These are the planes that made aviation history. Paper and balsa gliders with outstanding performance.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8893 (added 8/4/2006)
Six jet planes that look terrific and fly like no other gliders.
— “Whitewings from A G Industries is a classic flyer for ages 7 and up. I think it’s because it’s more realistic looking than other products and kids get to build it themselves,” Jordan Walden, manager of Finnegan's Toys and Gifts in Portland, Ore., told TDmonthly.
— Syd Clarke, owner of Ali-Cat in Carrboro, N.C., told TDmonthly in a November 2011 survey that they sell about a dozen of these each month, as long as the weather's nice.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 8892 (added 8/4/2006)