iBird – Realistic R/C Bird

iBird

The iBird from Silverlit is described one of the “latest generation of R/C flyers”. It simulates the the flight of a bird using realistic flapping wing movements.

Packed with state of the art technology, it’s one of the latest generation of RC flyers that provides an unparalleled level of control and stability both indoors and out. Simple and fun to fly, the i-Bird is ready to soar straight out of the box and ultra-tough to survive the roughest landings.

Here’s a video demonstration of the iBird:

Features:

  • Three colour choices
  • Realistic wing flapping
  • Mimics bird flight
  • 4 x AA batteries required (not included)
  • 1pc 3.7V rechargeable battery required (not included)

iBird

The Silverlit iBird is available from the Thumbs Up UK website with the suggested retail price set to £24.99 (about $50 USD).

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6 Responses to “iBird – Realistic R/C Bird”

  1. Eng. Medhat Hallab Reply August 22, 2008 at 3:07 pm

    Dear Sales Manager,
    I am an Engineer opening my new business in Lebanon, I will be launching my company starting January,2009.
    My company is HTCI (hallab technologic creative ideas).
    Pls inform us if you have representatives in Lebanon or distributers

  2. We don’t sell products at GeekAlerts. Please use the link included in the news above for retail info concerning the iBird.

  3. This radio-controlled wing is the latest from Silverlit, and its cool.

  4. i live on the isle of wight,uk.would i be able to order one of these in time for christmas? a quick response would be appreciated..

  5. We don’t sell or manufacture products at GeekAlerts. For more info about the R/C iBird from Silverlit, please follow the link included in the article.

  6. hi
    i am from iran and i want to buy your fllaping wing model. how can i do it.
    thanks

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