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This Elenco Snap Circuits RC Snap Rover SCROV10 kit features colorful parts that snap together for easy assembly. The wireless remote allows easy control, and the headlight and red and blue side lights allow your child to perform covert night missions.
Duke it out with a friend and these GPX Battle Drones to discover who's the king or queen of the sky or backyard. Infrared lasers with sensors keep the game going for up to four strikes, and separate remote controls let you fly your drones with interference. These GPX Battle Drones charge up in 40 to 50 minutes.
Take to the skies and capture every moment of flight with this Sky Rider foldable drone with camera. An easy-to-use smartphone app lets you take control of every turn, and LED navigation lights let you spot the drone in flight. This Sky Rider foldable drone lets you stream live video directly to your phone.
Perform flips and tricks with the sound of your voice and this Night Hawk Hexacopter drone. Wi-Fi compatibility lets you stream all of the action, and LED navigation lights with glow-in-the-dark rotors offer dazzling nighttime displays. This Night Hawk Hexacopter drone comes with a free app and phone holder so you can upload as you fly.
Stream live video to your smartphone or VR goggles with this DPI Sky Rider drone with camera. Three speeds make it easy to control your flight, and 360-degree trick options let you delight the viewer. This DPI Sky Rider drone has a control distance of 160-250 feet so you can explore the wide blue yonder.
Stream directly to your viewers with this Sky Rider metal alloy drone with Wi-Fi camera. The lightweight drone features LED navigation lights and a 6-axis gyroscope so you can perform incredible flips and tricks. This Sky Rider metal alloy drone has an operating time of up to 7 minutes and charges in about 90.
Perform complex aerial acrobatics with this Sky Rider drone. Bright LED lights ensure that it shows up day and night, and the four rotors provide plenty of lift and let you control it for 360-degree flips and tricks. A 65-foot range ensures this Sky Rider drone won’t get too far away.
Enjoy remote control hobby fun when you fly this Sky Rider quadcopter drone. It can handle 360-degree flips, and it comes with a camera, so you can record daredevil stunts or capture images from above. This Sky Rider quadcopter drone can fly for six to eight minutes between 40-minute charges.
Send this DPI Mini Glow Pro drone zipping through the skies day or night. Its six-axis gyroscope ensures stability as you command it through flips and dives, and LED navigation lights make it easy to see. This DPI Mini Glow Pro drone has a built-in camera for streaming live flight feeds to your mobile device.
Keep a spare pair of propellers on hand when you fly your drone with these Phantom 4 quick release propellers. Each pair includes one clockwise and one counter-clockwise piece, making it easy to replace a broken or damaged blade. Featuring contoured designs on the connection points, these Phantom 4 quick release propellers are easy to install on your drone.
Take off in flight and share what you find with this DPI Pterodactyl drone, featuring a 6-axis gyroscope for smooth control. LED navigation lights make it easy to spot in the air, and a 2.4GHz remote delivers commands in an instant. This DPI Pterodactyl drone offers 6 to 7 minutes of incredible views before needing to be charged.
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