Guinness World Records: Paper Plane Challenge


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This action-packed game by Paladone allows you to challenge your friends to attempt three different records: precision, duration and distance flying. Can you throw a paper plane further, for longer or with more accuracy than anyone else in the world? The current world record is 27.9 seconds of flight, held by Takuo Toda.

The Paper Plane Challenge Set is an ideal gift for anyone who fancies the challenge of breaking a world record.


  • 16 paper planes with scored fold lines
  • 3 Guinness World Records instruction cards

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  • Paladone

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Good product, easy to construct, good value for money. Could have done with pictures on the papers or stickers,so they looked like real planes when finished.

Mon Nov 05 14:22:34 GMT 2012 by

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