Tag Archives | Remote-Control

…The Husqvarna DXR 310 is AWESOME?

Husqvarna DXR 310

Unless you’re a demolition contractor, you probably don’t NEED a Husqvarna DXR 310 Demolition Robot, but with a Bluetooth remote control, individually controlled outriggers, tracks that enable it to climb stairs, width narrow enough that you can fit it through doors, and a jackhammer on the end of a 15-foot robotic arm, you’re definitely going to WANT one.

[Husqvarna DXR 310 Demolition Robot]

[Via: Uncrate]

…3Z Scale’s Bulldog lets your ride on your R/C truck?

Bulldog R/C

On its own, a 1/3 scale remote controlled truck is pretty awesome, but when you add in the fact that when you’re done controlling it with a remote, you can attach a set of handle bars and actually ride the thing around, it becomes a definite must have for any kid, or any adult that’s still a kid at heart.

The Bulldog R/C Rider features a 110cc four-stroke engine, disc brakes, automatic transmission, independent suspension, aluminum wheels and a 2.4 GHz radio transmitter, and is more than four feet long and weighs nearly 200 pounds.

Sadly, the remote control function is disabled as soon as a rider hops on, but I’m sure there’s an easy way to hack that little safety feature for some really good times!

[3Z Scale]

[Via: Autoblog]

…Paltius is the new master of your television?


If trying to type the channel numbers into your remote has become too tedious of a task, then check out this concept remote from Art.Lebedev Studio.

Called the Paltius, it’s 20-inches long and features “as many buttons as there are channels on TV”, which sadly isn’t true for most people with cable (though it does do up to 399 channels with three range selection buttons).

Channel surfers, your new surfboard has arrived.

[Art.Lebedev Studio – Paltius TV Remote Control]

…Toys can fly?


WowWee’s newest must have is the world’s first radio controlled flying insect, the FlyTech DragonFly. Using an actual wing flapping motion, this dragonfly can flutter, soar, dive-bomb and glide, just like the real thing. The DragonFly features a durable carbon-fiber structure and flexible wings to survive your learning curve, and lasts about 15 minutes on a single charge. The kid in you is calling, and it wants a DragonFly.

[RadioShack – FlyTech RC DragonFly]

[Via: Gizmodo]