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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Product Details:
Product Length: 2.3 inches
Product Width: 3.9 inches
Product Height: 14.4 inches
Product Weight: 0.7 pounds
Package Length: 14.5 inches
Package Width: 4.7 inches
Package Height: 2.2 inches
Package Weight: 1.25 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 15 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 15 customer reviews )
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6 of 7 found the following review helpful:

4great desk/table top display, not a 'toy'Jan 12, 2011
By Jay
I got this for my son who wanted a model for Christmas but has neither the patience, know-how, or really even the want-to-know how to build one at all complicated,(Long story irrelevant to this from here on.) this item then was perfect for and thrilled him. But...
... In reality this is neither a 'model' or a toy. It is a finely detailed representation of a period version of an Air Force 1 jet liner. There are only about half a dozen pieces to assemble and they go easily but snugly together. The color pattern and insignia are already applied. They appear to have been painted on. Seams, rivets, paint scheme, all are finely detailed. Not being familiar with those details, I cannot comment about accuracy. The 'model' is made of some dense and solid material and the few parts fit snugly together and it mounts on a nice display stand. It could also be suspended from a ceiling.
In summary, this would make an excellent table or desk top display model for any aviation,presidential history or other related field of interest buff. But to give as a toy? Nnnn-no. It would be durable enough but the cost of the item in relation to it's entertainment potential are out of proportion. It worked just fine for my boy in our somewhat exceptional circumstance. But I wouldn't generally recommend this for a child as either a toy or a 'model' in the sense of something challenging to put together and finish. That's why only the 2 stars for 'fun'. As an educational or display item, I think it's great!

5 of 6 found the following review helpful:

5Air Force OneFeb 17, 2011
By Rudolph E. Sellitti
My grandson likes assembling snap together air plane models. They are easy to put together and look realistic. For youngsters interested in aviation, it's a great toy, although the cost seems a little high.

2 of 2 found the following review helpful:

4niceJul 23, 2013
By Daniel Docherty
Daron products are always impressive. If your into planes you will like their detail. Good for any collection. I want more

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Nice plane modelFeb 22, 2013
By Elmir
I would not say it is a toy. It is a nice plane model that you can put on your desk or your book shelves. Looks really good. I bought one for my friend who is studying at the aviation college.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5Sky Marks Air Force One 747-200 five stars.Jan 28, 2013
By Donald Kammerer "Donald Kammerer"
Sky Marks Air Force One 747-200 is a great model to have. All parts are very well made an easy to put on. no paint needed. they did a great job making the plane out of very strong plastic. i am very pleased with it and it would make a great gift for anyone that likes planes.

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