Silverlit RC Heli Blaster

May 4, 2016

Category: Tech

Drones are cool if you are willing to drop around a thousand bucks for some great aerial filming or just casual flying, but if you’re looking to take your office-warfare game to the next level, this Silverlit Remote Control Heli Blaster is a better choice.

Not only is this much cheaper than drones on the market, it can fire off 8 replaceable plastic rockets while flying overhead. Powered by a rechargeable lithium battery, you can pilot this at home in order to hone your aim by firing off the rockets at the target included with the blaster, and then quickly recharge it for the real work of lighting up your friends and coworkers from across the room. Coming in three different colors and with spare rockets and rear rotors, this office toy sells for about $83. [Purchase]

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