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Let fun take flight with The Sub-Zero Helicopter [VB Store]

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Most of us know how enjoyable remote control cars were back when we were kids. The Sub-Zero Helicopter is the adult version of remote control fun and from Extreme Fliers – the leading brand of remote-controlled toys – you really can’t go wrong. For only $29 (plus shipping) you can let that inner child live on forever. Simply put, if you’re looking to add a fun little gadget to your life, then this VB Store offer is it.

Here are some of the features of this tremendous toy:

  • Gyroscope technology assists with stability
  • Three-channel IR control
  • Durable and lightweight frame
  • Bright LED chopper light
  • Up to 10 minute flight time
  • Weighs 29 grams / 1 ounce

The Sub-Zero’s light weight gives it easy maneuverability and longer flight time, while two flexible, counter-rotating blades ensures smooth-as-silk flying.

The helicopter features three-channel IR control allowing you to give tea bags an airborne tour around the kitchen, with an LED light for night-time flights and a sturdy body to ensure that turbulence doesn’t become a problem.

You’ll get the following in this great package:

  • White Sub-Zero Chopper
  • Stylish remote control
  • USB Charger
  • A pair of spare blades
  • A spare tail rotor

For more details on this great VentureBeat offer (including shipping prices), head over to the VB Store page.

The Sub-Zero Helicopter provides a faster, lighter, and more agile experience than any other model helicopter on the market. Boasting a 50% lighter body than your typical 3-channel helicopter, the components are made with a super-light durable rubber, is hand-assembled into a lattice structure.

A deal this great won’t last for long. So head over to the VB Store page and get the Sub-Zero Helicopter for just $29 (plus shipping) while the getting is good!

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