What is the world's smallest radio-controlled airplane?
At 6.7 inches in length and with a
wingspan of 7.8 inches and weighing a mere 3 grams, the Aerosoarer is the
world's smallest radio-controlled airplane.
The Aerosoarer is made of styrene
foam and is controlled by an infrared hand unit, perfect for flying indoors, and
if the batteries die, in a quick 45 seconds of recharging you'll be buzzing
around the house again.
All this fun can be yours for only $59.99 and it comes in 6 colors too.
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