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Radio Controlled Blimp Bomber

Posted on July 19, 2007 by , with 7804 views

Radio Controlled Blimp Bomber

Toys are constantly evolving. From the days when a doll or a toy car would suffice to satisfy a kid's enjoyment, toys in the modern day need to have the latest additions such as sections which fly off in different directions, parts which move at high speeds and now a radio controlled blimp which drops bombs on selective unsuspecting victims.

The radio controlled blimp bomber sounds dangerous for kids, and probably justifies these preconceptions. However, the toy does have the cool factor and will appeal to many children (possibly some young adults).

The controls allow you to dictate both the speed and direction, as well as when the bombs should plummet. Small fans on board the blimp allow for this control to occur, with an indoor flying range of a respectable 100 feet. When the blimp is hovering precariously above the intended target, a button on the remote instructs the blimp to release the bomb.

The blimp currently retails at $69.95 and is sure to make an impact following its release.

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