The 10 Best remote-control toys
Here are the hi-tech playthings you’ll be filling stockings up with this Christmas. Just watch your ankles...
Wednesday 28 November 2012
These six-legged robots stand 10in tall and are surprisingly agile.
Operate the four-wheel steering remotely. You can also rebuild it into a tough 4x4 off-road truck.
Pretend to race off-road, hunt for treasure or chase wild animals with this fun quad bike.
Become the James Bond of the pond with this miniature, highly detailed remote-control speedboat.
This chopper flies for up to 10 minutes on one charge.
A creepy-crawly walking robot with six robotic legs and a head that rotates 360 degrees.
Frighten family and friends with this scarily realistic remote control tarantula spider.
It features a full-function radio control, authentic car styling and reverse lights.
These remote control balls are controlled by your smartphone or tablet. As played with by Obama.
Re-enact scenes from the latest Bond film on track or make up your own exciting chase scenes.
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