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Questacon Flying Wing Prop Top 10 Pack

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With just a simple push these Flying Wing Prop Tops shoot into the air like a helicopter! Simple enough for even little ones to use it’s fun for the whole family or class.

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This pack contains 10 Prop Tops which is just perfect to enjoy with friends to have some competitive fun! This bright, colourful toy is a variant on the Frisbee, and comes with its own launcher.


  • Ages 6+
  • 10 pack
  • Colours picked at random


The blades in the disks are angled to resemble helicopter blades. When the disk is given a quick push off the screw-like launching stick, the mechanical force launches it high into the air so it achieves flight. Leonardo da Vinci speculated that men could actually take to the skies on similar screw-like mechanisms.


Hold the spiral stick by the flat handle at the base and thread the collar onto the stick with the wide brim facing up. Thread the propeller onto the stick through the thin slot in the middle of the propeller and let it wind down. Holding the stick upright and clasping the collar with your fingers, push the collar upwards in a fast motion and watch the propeller launch off the stick and fly!

This product also makes a great classroom teaching resource. This product can be used in classroom activities that align with the Australian Curriculum.


Content Descriptor

Foundation - ACSSU005

The way objects move depends on a variety of factors, including their size and shape

Year 4 - ACSSU076

Forces can be exerted by one object on another through direct contact or from a distance

Year 7 - ACSSU117

Change to an object’s motion is caused by unbalanced forces, including Earth’s gravitational attraction, acting on the object

Year 8 - ACSSU155

Energy appears in different forms, including movement (kinetic energy), heat and potential energy, and energy transformations and transfers cause change within systems

Year 10 - ACSSU190

Energy conservation in a system can be explained by describing energy transfers and transformations

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