The world’s smallest radio controlled helicopter parts from a smartphone




The world’s smallest radio controlled helicopter parts from a smartphone

Nano Falcon

One of the most noteworthy new products presented at the international exhibition of toys in Tokyo, there was a tiny radio-controlled helicopter, assembled from defective parts smartphones. International Tokyo Toy Show annually pleases not only children, but also those who remained in the soul of a child.

Nano Falcon – the so-called world’s smallest radio controlled helicopter. Management model will be used with a mobile phone or smartphone. Operating range is 5 meters, and the time spent in the air – about 5 minutes. 6.5-inch helicopter weighing 11 grams rotates in either direction rotates the left and right may hover in one point.

The manufacturer says that the Nano Falcon appeal not only to children but also for adults.


“Japan’s aging population has led us to develop toys, focused on adults. 10-20 years ago, a toy helicopter was worth a lot of money. Today, adults can afford to buy at a reasonable price is what previously only dreamed of. Using the available accessories for smart phones has enabled us to set a low price, “- said the head of sales department of CCP Naoki Nakagawa.

Retail price of Nano Falcon is 4700 Japanese yen (about 50 U.S. dollars). In addition to the radio-controlled models were exhibited tablets aimed at children.

This year the exhibition International Tokyo Toy Show takes place from June 13 to 16.




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