Have you ever had the chance to play with a remote-controlled helicopter? If you haven’t…you’ve been missing out.
The Robocopter GST Special Edition with Hyperbrain Controller (aka – the iHelicopter) is the go-to remote control toy for the 21st century. From Extreme Fliers – the leading brand of remote-controlled toys – comes a remote-controlled Helicopter. But this toy’s remote is your iPhone!
The fun begins here at Cult of Mac Deals, because we’ve got the iHelicopter for just $49.99 during this limited time offer.
Please note: All sales are final and this promotion is only available to customers in the USA, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Netherlands, France, Spain and Australia.
The iHelicopter is a lightweight yet powerful chopper. Its dual rotors allow for 3-directional tilt, but it’s small enough to fly around indoors! To pilot with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, simply download the free Extreme Fliers App from the App Store. Once you’ve mastered the controls you’ll have endless hours maneuvering your chopper around any indoor area like a champ.
Here are the specifications of the iHelicopter:
Three channel infared controller Gyroscope self-stabilizer Works with iPhone, iPod, or iPad Flight duration: up to 10 minutes Size: 23.5 X 10 X 4 cm Rotor diameter: 17 cm Battery: Rechargeable 3.7V Li-Poly Battery Charger: USB Cable Charger and Transmitter Charger
In case you don’t have an Apple product that works as a remote, no problem. A regular handset controller is included as well, so any pilot can cruise the skies. If you’re not a fan of silver, the iHelicopter is also available in red. Click here to get the red version.
The iHelicopter’s controls are simple and easy, allowing for smooth, agile flying. If you love gadgets, or just want to fly, the iHelicopter is for you. So visit the Cult of Mac Deals page and pick it up for just $49.99 – and start flying high with the iHelicopter today!
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