Rover 2.0 Wireless Spy Tank

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

If you liked the Aquabotix HydroView, but are looking for something that you can control outside of the ocean then the Rover 2.0 Wireless Spy Tank is the perfect option.

This high tech tank can be completely controlled by your iPhone, iPad, or any Android mobile device. The tank comes mission ready with built in night vision headlights that can be controlled remotely, and allows users the ability to not only record live video and stills, but also the option to stream right through the onboard camera, which is also controlled via the app. Controllable up to 200 feet, you can upload your findings right to Facebook, Twitter and even YouTube right from the app.

Purchase your Rover 2.0 Spy Tank on Amazon.

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