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WowWee’s FlyTech Bladestar is an innovative flying machine with sensor-based navigation. The toy is able to guide itself through the air with two wings that spin with helicopter-like movement.

Its built-in infrared sensor allows it to avoid ceilings and obstacles, essentially flying on auto-pilot. Alternatively, you can use the three-channel digital infrared controller to direct its path through the air. Made from ultra-light, high flex materials, the FlyTech Bladestar is suitable for indoor use and won’t break objects or dent furniture.

FlyTech Bladestar will be available in June from all major retailers and independent toy stores for RRP$99.95

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