Remote controlled bird toy is very cool
Arctic Cooling is a company that for most of its time on the market has made products that are aimed at keeping your notebook or desktop computer running cool. The company more recently branched out into some hobby gear that has nothing to do with cooling. The latest product to come out of this new line of products is the Sky Rider 111.
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The Sky Rider 111 is a little remote controlled bird that is small and lightweight. The small size and light weight means that when you inevitably crash the thing, it won't break. The toy is aimed at the beginner or anyone that just wants an easy to fly toy. The body of the bird is made from Styrofoam.
The lightweight material is rugged and allows the bird to fly and survive rough landings. The Sky Rider 111 comes out of the box ready to fly; you don’t have to build anything. The toy is small enough that you can fly it indoors as well. Power for the device comes from four AAA rechargeable batteries in the transmitter.
Like many small toys on the market today, charging is done by connecting the bird to the remote via a little cable. A full charge takes 15-20 minutes on the charger and then the bird is easy to fly. The propeller that powers the flight is embedded in the tail of the bird and the wings move to control the direction. A fully charged transmitter can charge the Sky Rider 111 up to 25 times. You can order the toy now for $33.16.