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    PicooZ Remote Control Helicopter

    289694-CThe PicooZ super miniature helicopter is a slim-lined infrared controlled precision flying machine. Weighing in at just 10g, the PicooZ is leaps and bounds beyond its competition and set to be the most popular gadget of its kind.

    Constructed from a combination of lightweight yet durable materials, the PicooZ will take knock after knock, whilst remaining in flyable condition. The mechanics and battery are built within the helicopter body and so are protected at all times. The built-in battery is charged via the remote hand set which is supplied with an adapter that connects the two together. Simply charge for 20-30 minutes and you’ll be ready for take off!

    via: Gadgets-Network

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