Brain’s Aerodynamic Flight Helmet for fairies

£365.00

Price includes UK p&p. If international shipping is available for this piece please select the correct shipping option before adding to basket.

When flying at speeds over 50mph air resistance starts to become significantly greater. Therefore the power a fairy needs to produce to increase it’s flight speed rises exponentially.

This resistance is called drag, and aerodynamics is the art and science of minimising drag.  Brain’s newly developed ©Aerodynamic Helmets are a key way to reduce drag around a fairies head. Research shows the lower a fairy’s drag, the faster it will go with no additional effort. 

Fairies wearing Aerodynamic Helmets are able to slip through the air more effectively faster than ever before. 

This fairy is hand stitched using fine leather in a colour scheme selected by you (just let us know!). It can be constructed in many colours (leather dye allowing) with carefully placed patch detail. The fairy will be presented on a wooden base wearing it’s distinctive Aerodynamic Helmet. Guinea Fowl feather wings (spotty) can be a featured.

Made to order and delivered in approximately 8 weeks. If you need one for a certain date please do get in touch and we'll do our very best to help. 

The fairies are happy to fly all over the world - international shipping costs are dependent on location so please get in touch to arrange overseas delivery.

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