Age Recommendation: 8+ with parent or teachers guidance
- Always keep the propeller away from eyes and fingers. Whenever the unit is charged, keep the propeller away from your eyes and fingers by holding the airplane firmly or by placing it down with the propeller pointing away from your body.
- Always assemble the unit onto a folded paper airplane before attempting to charge it.
Be sure to take the following precautions:
- Recovering an airplane, stuck in a tree or on a rooftop is extremely dangerous. Note that attempting to recover it is done at your own risk.
- Never attempt to recover an airplane stuck on a tree or rooftop by throwing projectiles at it. Attempting to do this could result in injury or damage to the surrounding.
- Individuals with long hair should pull their hair back and fasten it with an elastic band. If hair becomes caught in the propeller, detach the propeller from the motor to release the hair.
- Never allow the propeller to get close to anyone’s eyes.
- Never launch your airplane at someone.
- Never charge a jammed propeller, you must resolve the reason for the jam before attempting to charge the unit again. WARNING - Do not touch a jammed motor as it could get very hot.
- Do not fly in rain, sleet, electrical storms or other adverse weather conditions.