U-Fidget Aircrafts
UGears

U-Fidget Aircrafts

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Ready to embrace a new project? Unleash your creative energy on U-Gears' U-Fidget Aircrafts. Four models are available —  helicopter, hydroplane, airship and airplane — and each is made entirely of real wood. The set provides a variety of fascinating designs to put together and, since each model is easily assembled without glue or toothpicks, it makes a wonderful gift for model enthusiasts or beginners.

This U-Fidget aircraft set can be used in a variety of contexts. Organize your thoughts and ideas as you connect the pieces, or use the finished models as part of the brainstorming process to find new insights and inspiration. There are anywhere from thirteen to nineteen parts for each U-Fidget model depending on the design.

You can even use the model construction itself as a period of stress relief, mindfulness and emotional composure. No matter how or why you build them, the completed wood model plane set also for a fascinating display to show off to friends.


Model size: Helicopter: 1.2 x 1.7 x 2.0 in, Hydroplane: 2.1 x 1.4 x 2.3 in., Dirigible: 0.7 x 1.3 x 2.9 in. Airplane: 2.4 x 1.5 x 2.5 in.

Package size: 3.9 x 3.0 x 0.6 in
Number of parts: Helicopter - 15, Hydroplane - 19Dirigible - 15, Airplane - 13
Level: Easiest
Assembly Time: 10 Minutes
Recommended Age: 5+
Kit weight: 0.12 lb
Manufacturer: UGears

 

About UGears

UGears is a startup established in 2014 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Little over 5 years later, the collection has grown to almost 90 models of gorgeous, intelligent design. UGears has invented and patented their very own plywood joint design. The unique self-propelled mechanical model kits are designed for self-assembly without glue and made entirely of high-grade eco-friendly wooden material. The models are fun to assemble as well as educational, and can also serve as decorative pieces due to their aesthetically pleasing design. Inspired by steam-punk fantasy, the clear view of all the moving components, including gears and pendulums, creates a unique, unforgettable and fascinating look at everyday (and not so everyday) machinery.