“Do you believe in UFOs, astral projections, mental telepathy, ESP, clairvoyance, spirit photography, telekinetic movement, full trance mediums, the Loch Ness monster and the theory of Atlantis?” Well, then this Ghostbusters Pack is the perfect RC Helicopter set for you! Bring home five times the fun with our Ghostbusters Licensed 2CH IR RC Helicopter 5-Pack Bundle. You can now fly your five favorite characters from the iconic Ghostbusters Movie. In this set, you can reenact your favorite moments with Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler, Slimer, and even Stay Puft Marshmallow Man! Continue reading…
Though drones seem to be the future of hobbies, we can’t quickly forget our first childhood: RC helicopters. Drones may be the newest cool thing around, but RC helicopters are definitely making a come back, and our selection of RC helicopters is proof of that.
Which is why we’ve compiled some reasons why RC helicopters are the new drones. Though they may not seem as cool as the latest camera drones, they are still handy, fast and fun. Remember that RC helicopters have still got it. Continue reading…
“Start crossing people off your list now! Tory Johnson (with Good Morning America) has exclusive discounts on great holiday gifts for everyone on your list. From stylish wire charm bangles to trendy totes for the ladies, to (amazing RC) helicopters,” and more…
Unbreakable RC Helicopters from HobbyTron.com.
“Whether this is for your little one or one who’s young at heart, these remote control helicopters are fun gadgets that zip and zoom through the air. Both indoor and outdoor models are available in a variety of different colors. The sturdy helicopters can take up to 200lbs of force and are ideal for ages 8 and up. Uses 6 AA batteries.”
We have a huge selection of Unbreakable RC Helicopters.
Nano Hercules Series:
Camo Nano Hercules
Glow-in-the-Dark Nano Hercules
View the article on Good Morning America here.
Toy Directory Online has released their 2014 Toys of the Year and the Hercules Unbreakable RC Helicopter has gained a number 1 spot.
“Write-ins for great toys spotted at ASTRA were provided by our intrepid Kid and Retailer Reporters — Kid Reporters Max Mendoza, Balie Bare, Alicia Laguna and Kinzer Ratajczyk; Kate Tanner of KidStop Toys & Books in Scottsdale, Ariz.; Sari Powazek of Doll House & Toy Store Too, also in Scottsdale, and Sallie Kishawa of Fairhaven Toy Garden in Bellingham, Washington.
JUST FUN (46 voters):
1. 30.43% (14 votes) Hobbytron/World Tech Toys – Unbreakable RC Helicopter
2. 23.9% (11) Leading Edge Novelty – Water Dancing Speakers; Yomega – Kendama Pro; Geospace International – Jump Rocket LED Night Shotz; Hog Wild – ZipStix
No third place owing to multiple 2nd place winners”
If you’re looking for the best RC toy of the year for kids old and young, the Hercules is the toy to get. Choose from our many different Hercules options. Pick up your Unbreakable Helicopter today at HobbyTron.com.
Angry Birds is still just as popular as ever with the younger generation and That Crazy Family proves it here with their fun video depicting a pig that stole the birds’ egg and is trying to get away in an Unbreakable Hercules.
The Hercules RC Helicopter is the hottest helicopter of the year and has taken the RC world by storm. It’s unbreakable up to 200 lbs and has a gyro in it that helps make flying it much easier than many other RC helicopters. It’s big enough to fly outside and comes in at a generous price point that anyone can afford. The Hercules comes in a smaller Nano IR version, and those both come in glow-in-the-dark versions as well. Check out HobbyTron.com and pick up a helicopter from the the Unbreakable RC Helicopter Series today!
Catch the fun on the video below and visit their website for more “CRAZY Cool Videos”.
If you haven’t seen the new DC Comics RC helicopters yet then you’re missing out. With all of the hype of DC Comics films that are rumored and in development, now is the time to whet your appetite by getting these unique helicopters.
Thus far DC Comics and World Tech Toys have released three helicopters; Superman, Batman, and the Joker.
Fanboy Destroy reviewed the Joker helicopter. See what they have to say below.
I’ll have to admit, I let out a hearty chuckle when I opened the box from HobbyTron and saw that World Tech Toys DC Comics Licensed World Tech Toys Joker 2 Channel Infrared RC Helicopter inside leering at me suspiciously. I wasn’t laughing AT the Joker-shaped chopper, mind you… but the fact that it was him inside that box and not Batman or Superman as I’d expected.
I also laughed because it being the Joker meant I was probably lucky to be alive after opening that box. As not a whiff of Smilex Gas poured out of the box and I was still breathing, I cracked the package open, took everything out and in less than two minutes (most of which was spent trying to recall where I put the bulk package of batteries I bought a few weeks ago), I was about ready to fly…
The copter comes fully assembled in the box, so all you need to do is pop six AA batteries into that wireless controller, remove the charging cable from its slot and connect it to the figure. The 7.5″ figure has a 6″ rotor span and that built in LiPo battery didn’t take long to charge. I suppose I could have flown it right away, but I decided to let it sit around for about an hour so I could fly it indoors and outside on a single charge and check out the HobbyTron site while I was waiting just in case I ran into anyone asking where I’d gotten it from. I’d not used a RC controller in a while, but this thing was pretty easy to get into the air and zipping around the room after a few minutes of practice. Once I was confident enough to pull of some near flawless hovering and landings, it was time to take a trip into the daylight and see how this bad guy could do in the open sky.
I found a nearly people-free spot not too far from the home office that used to be a basketball court and there was more than enough room around to not hit any of the trees or other plants surrounding the area. As there was very little wind, I got the Joker into the air with no trouble and about a minute or so of flight time, I hear someone coming from my left ask “Is that a drone?” I laughed and turned to see one of the maintenance guys looking up with his hand above his eyebrows because of the sunlight. I flew the Joker down a bit so it was closer and he laughed. “Oh, it’s the Joker! Cool!” before asking if I got it in the area. I told him it was a HobbyTron RC and there were also Batman and Superman versions available. He whipped out his phone and typed in the website, then thanked me for showing him the chopper as he turned and went on his way with a cheery “Thanks, man – gotta get back to work!” followed by “I’m gonna get one of those for my son’s birthday!” yelled from about 20 feet away. Huh? Who knew the Joker would make people happy?
I’d say my work was done in getting the word out, but I wanted to see the reaction from one more person. I landed the Joker and sat down for a few minutes to have some water and as soon as I got up and got that figure in the air, I heard a bark and some scampering towards my general direction. Ruh-Roh! It wasn’t Scooby-Doo, but a nice-looking and really energetic pit bull that seemed to have a Joker fetish. As it ran around me, jumped up on my leg once and hopping away, started barking up at the copter, I got a tiny bit worried that I’d have to see about landing Mr. Joker on someone’s windowsill until whomever owned the dog showed up. Fortunately, that was about five seconds later, as the guy who owned the dog called it and after running around me a few more times and barking, it dashed back to its owner.
The guy apologized and looked up along with his seemingly smiling dog, asking me what kind of helicopter it was. I told him the same thing I told the maintenance guy, flying the chopper lower, but not so low that his still excited pooch (who he’d thankfully leased, but was still barking up at the sky) could snatch it out of the air with a mighty leap. The guy nodded and smiling, asked if there was a Batman figure and how much it cost and as I’d cleverly checked out the website earlier, I was able to let him know they were on sale for $34.95, had a 90-day warranty and he should probably check out some of the other stuff there if he was into RC stuff, slot cars and a ton of other cool goodies they have on their site. The guy laughed and said I sounded as if I worked for the company, which made me laugh as well. I told him I write about games and such, handed him a card and he went on his merry way, with his dog still a bit hyper.
By this point, I decided to jet back indoors myself before some kid with a slingshot showed up and wanted to try and shoot the Joker out of the sky. Of course, just as I land the thing, some kid and his mom see, the kid runs up and wants to play with it. Eek. as I’m thinking to myself “Hey, kid! Didn’t your mom teach you not to run up to strange guys!” his mom zips up, apologized to me and then said a variation of that to her son. *Whew!* Anyway, the funnier thing about the flight was I was so thrilled to check this thing out that I’d left my darn camera at home (oops), or I’d have taken a few photos of the thing in action. I can safely sat that it works quite well, is lightweight and doesn’t take a lot of effort to fly at all.
Sure, it’s a bit goofy to see at first, but that laugh should turn into a nice solid grin once you’re finding people who see it wanting to take it for a spin. Of course, that’s when you tell them to go get their own, right?
Take to the skies and celebrate a championship win with the Spurs RC Helicopter licensed by the NBA. These quality, fun to fly RC helicopters are made by World Tech Toys and distributed by HobbyTron.com. You can pick yourself up a Team helicopter or an actual Tim Duncan helicopter.
Below is a link of a video of news anchors in San Antonio making a silly attempt to fly the Tim Duncan RC helicopter. It’s not as hard as they make it look. Don’t be fooled by their on-air attempt, the embedded video at the bottom of this article shows that they’re actually pretty simple to fly, and fun too!
HobbyTron.com is known as the place “where awesome happens” and this awesome Spurs RC Helicopter is proof of that! This fun helicopter is ready to takeoff into the NBA Finals!
World Tech Toys NBA Licensed RC Helicopters Promo Video
It’s awesome that they’re bringing one of our childhood favorite films, “Ghostbusters” back to the big screen. World Tech Toys has taken that a step further. Relive your favorite childhood Ghostbuster memories with their new, soon to be released, Ghostbusters RC Helicopters. Check out the press below and keep your eyes open for when they hit the shelves.
Battle Slimer and Stay Puft with the Ghostbuster R/C Helicopters, from World Tech Toys. These helicopters feature an Infrared (IR) Laser Combat System that is controlled from the transmitter for mid-air Ghost-buster combat. There are IR sensors and emitters on each character that shoot an IR beam. Each character gets three lives in the air, which are displayed by the LED indicator light…
Ghostbusters will celebrate its 30th anniversary next year. Sony Pictures Consumer Products (SPCP) will launch a program targeting the core fan base, with products in categories such as apparel, toys, construction, collectibles, and publishing.
SPCP has partnered with pop culture art gallery Gallery 1988 to create a traveling art show designed by top artists, which will include their interpretations of Ghostbusters over the last 30 years. Limited-edition screen prints and posters will be available during each stop of the tour, which will conclude at Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Global toy, publishing, and apparel licensees supporting the 30th anniversary include Mattel, IDW Publishing, World Tech Toys, Quantum Mechanics, Factory Entertainment, Diamond Select, Medicom Toys, Mad Engine, Titan Figures, Uniqlo, Kaientai, and BCI. Partners such as Beeline, Ubisoft, GSN, Path, XMG, and IGT will be supporting with interactive, gaming, and slot machines as well as MDI with state lottery programs. In the collectibles category, Funko will offer pop vinyl collectibles and Underground Toys will provide novelty products.
We were going to post this anyway today but on the news of the death of Harold Ramis, it seems appropriate. At the Toy Fair we got a sneak peak of this cool new Ghostbuster toy that is coming out next Fall from World Tech Toys.
It’s Ghostbuster mini r/c helicopters! What you see in the photo is still in the prototype stages- the final paint scheme is not even approved yet (you can see Slimer’s colors in the smaller model). There will be one chopper for each of the Ghostbusters (coincidentally the only figure they had on display was Ramis’ character Egon), as well as Slimer, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and even the Ecto-1 car! Each figure has a little helicopter blade atop their head and is remote controlled. RIP Harold Ramis.
Stitchkingdom on Instagram shared this photo of World Tech Toys at the New York Toy Fair earlier this year.
World Tech Toys, makers of radio controlled cars, trucks, helicopters, and licensed figures were at New York Toy Fair to let us all know what they’re planning when it comes to Ghostbusters. I didn’t know much about World Tech Toys before seeing the above (Instagram) image.
I admit it seems a little odd (which would then be right for Ghostbusters) to have helicopter blades attached to a human figure. That’s part of what they’re already known for, having radio controlled DC Comics hero and villain figures. With Ghostbusters the only in movie universe figure that makes literal sense is Slimer.
The images World Tech Toys used at NYTF for the “planning” stage appear to be from their Matty Collector collection. I wasn’t the first to make that instant impression.
What do you think, would you buy an RC Ghostbuster and/or Slimer?