The Rubber Powered Motors, already known to the technical genius Leonardo da Vinci in the 16th Century, is probably the simplest and most natural power-source to keep flying models in the air for a longer time.
As long as a strand of rubber is put under tension by turning the propeller, and when the latter is let go, the stored-up power is released slowly and steadily. By using simple, effective rubber-powered motors in flying models, GÜNTHER became the pioneer of a new era of flying toys over 60 years ago. As a result of the excellent aerodynamic flight properties of GÜNTHER models, the power of the twisted rubber band can be used to the full.
The flying-models take-off with a flourish, disconnect the free-weeling propeller when the bands has unwound and land elegantly like a glider on the ground. They only need to be "recharged" by hand to take on more power for yet more elegant flights.
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