These radio-controlled mini tanks – a camouflage model and a gray one – are designed to look like the Tiger I battle tank that were used by the Germans during World War II.
If you didn’t win the bidding on the Airwolf Pilot Helmet Replica, don’t worry. You can now get your hands on a fully-licensed R/C version of the Airwolf supersonic military helicopter.
The Japanese R/C model car company KYOSHO is about to release the dNaNo series in USA and Europe. These micro cars are super realistic 1:43 scale replicas and they’ve got the same level of details as the Die-cast models do.
MegaStealth Mantis is the name of the latest model to join Insecta, HeliBug, Flying Bee, Mosquito and the other insect inspired radio-controlled toys out there.
The radio-controlled Spyfire blaster is like an upgraded version of the Wireless USB Missile Launcher – now allowing you to fire it from up to 25 feet away instead of 15.
According to LatestBuy, this is “the world’s first water-resistant remote control duckie”. If you’ve been following GeekAlerts for a while, you know that this is not true. There was another model that was released about a year ago.
The Silverlit company is continuing to come up with fun new ideas for their steadily growing stream of radio-controlled toys. The latest example is the Planet Protector.
For some reason, the manufacturers of this radio-controlled indoor toy thought Santa was better suited in a helicopter, rather than the traditional sleigh and reindeer team.
If you enjoy golf themed gadgets like the Chip Shotz Desktop Golf and the Golfing Mario and Luigi Mini Figures, this radio-controlled toy should be right up your alley.
Here we have yet another radio-controlled creation that definitely would have made it into the Top 13 Strangest R/C Toys list if it would have been around when the article was published. Say hello the R/C skunk.
Here is the latest addition to the growing line of radio-controlled Micro Bladez mini choppers – an indoor R/C toy inspired by the military Apache attack helicopter.
This radio-controlled car features a built-in digital video camera that transmits a live feed to the controller and its 2.4-inch color TFT LCD video monitor. And to top it enough, they have also managed to squeeze in an interactive laser game.
Speaking of submersible Bluetooth keyboards, here’s a radio-controlled replica of the USS Seawolf SSN-21 submarine, featuring a cool looking sub-style controller.
The fun and cool little Hover-Q toy is said to be the smallest indoor infrared-controlled hovercraft in the world with its 10.5 cm (4.1 inches) in length.
This radio-controlled car allows you to “paint” its path using a handheld infrared tracker – a feature that brought a lot of attention when the toy was displayed at the Hong Kong Toy Fair earlier this year.
The Taiwanese company Thunder Tiger has come up with an advanced radio-controlled helicopter for those looking for something more than the average indoor choppers.
The Hong Kong-based WowWee company has announced the launch of their FlyTech Bladestar, a radio-controilled indoor flying machine that is said to “change helicopter flight as we know it today”.
Yes, we have seen them before, those mega size remote controls. This hard-to-misplace model from Zeon is capable of controlling your TV, DVD and satellite box.
The Japanese toy manufacturer Tomy has announced its QFO – a small radio-controlled flying toy that was recently displayed at the 2008 Tokyo Toy Show in Japan.
The new Gyration Air Music Remote from Movea, Inc. enables you to navigate, play media, and take complete control of your digital music library from up to 100 feet away using radio frequency technology.