Can these be flown safely in the house?

asked on October 17, 2019

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Dear valued customer,

It can be flown in the house, since the material of the airplane is EPP foam, it will not damage your furniture, also will not harm your kids. … see more
Dear valued customer,

It can be flown in the house, since the material of the airplane is EPP foam, it will not damage your furniture, also will not harm your kids.
But i thought the space of the house will be little for kids to play, since it will fly far and high, if your kids get the skill to fly it.
Anyway, this airplane can be flown in door or outdoor.
Hope this helps.

And all our BooTaa toys come with 1 year warranty, any problem met within 1 year, please just feel free to contact us via amazon message system.

Best regards.

BooTaa customer service
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Dear valued customer,

It can be flown in the house, since the material of the airplane is EPP foam, it will not damage your furniture, also will not harm your kids.
But i thought the space of the house will be little for kids to play, since it will fly far and high, if your kids get the skill to fly it.
Anyway, this airplane can be flown in door or outdoor.
Hope this helps.

And all our BooTaa toys come with 1 year warranty, any problem met within 1 year, please just feel free to contact us via amazon message system.

Best regards.

BooTaa customer service
www.amazon.com/bootaa

BooTaa
Seller · October 25, 2019
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They are too big to fly in a house. They are soft, so won't hurt anything, but are really made for flying outside.
Steven B78
· October 18, 2019
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I guess it depends on how big your house is. We (grand daughter & myself) fly them outside and they fly great - either straight or looped. They are made of foam, so I would think they could fly inside without too much damage.
allan lavin
· October 17, 2019
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If there is nothing for them to knock over, then yes. They get great lift and speed, so if they hit something, it’s going down.
shancherie
· October 17, 2019
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Yes. My grandkids fly them in our lower level. They do however fly much better outside.
R. Buckles
· October 17, 2019
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They are foam, so they won't do much damage. However, they need a lot of space to really fly well.
Brandi McPherson
· October 17, 2019
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