Tired of all those tiny radio controlled helicopters and planes that have become so popular lately? Want to try out something bigger? Here’s your chance.
The London Science Museum has taken a new approach to the good ‘ol art of metal detecting by adding the technology to a radio controlled car.
The radio controlled A7 Tornado plane features true ducted fan-jet technology, combining jet-like performance, smooth gentle landings and will silently reach speeds of up to 25mph.
I guess the Knight Rider and Dukes of Hazzard cars are retro radio controlled toys in their own way, but here’s the thing if you want the read deal.
Yesterday I said that the Vampire Bat definitely would have made it to the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list. Here’s another radio controlled toy that should deserve a top 5 position on an updated version of that list.
We recently covered the Knight Rider R/C Car and now Firebox has released yet another radio controlled toy based on a car known from TV.
Robocopter is an indoor R/C helicopter with a different approach. Here you’re controlling a spaceman with a helicopter jet pack strapped to his back.
The popular radio controlled Bladerunner helicopter has now been updated with a new model. It comes with a 3 channel digital proportion control, making it “a breeze to fly in any direction you care to mention”.
I guess the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list needs to be updated after having read these wonderful news about the WowWee’s Radio-Controlled Flying Bee.