Chinavasion PR Manager Rose Li, says shoppers can now get affordable remote control toys that fly, walk, shoot projectiles and capture footage in real time with remote cameras
Shenzhen, Guangdong (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
Parents and people looking for a unique gift this Christmas could do worse than consider a RC tank, according to China Remote Control model specialist Chinavasion.
Remote control toy technology has advanced enormously in the last five years and Chinavasion PR Manager Rose Li, says shoppers can now get affordable remote control toys that fly, walk, shoot projectiles and capture footage in real time with remote cameras.
Nowhere is this more apparent than with remote control tanks says Li with most remote control tanks offering turrets that can move 360 degrees and fire projectiles for between one and two hundred dollars.
"With cannons that can fire BB pellets up to 25m in a straight line are incredibly popular with kids aged 10-50," says Li. "Chinavasion often gets feedback from customers that the tank was the most played with toy on Christmas day."
China RC specialist, Chinavasion has launched a range of RC tanks which Li says can do a lot more than just fire projectiles.
"Several of the models have an infrared light system which allows operators to play war games in the comfort of their very own home, others have a turret that can move up and down, as well as in a 360 degree arc," says Li. "These are a lot more than just toys.
Chinavasion was careful to source only 1/16 scale models, the same scale as steam powered model trains, and Li says all of the available tanks were made with the highest attention to detail. "Modelled on Kliment Voroshilov tanks from Russia, Sturmgeschütz III and Tiger RC tanks from Germany and Leopard tanks their accurate and minute details mean they are great gifts for true fans of WWII tanks," says Li.
This is made more accurate by the tanks' full suspension, says Li which allows them to handle the rigours of offroad travel.
"These tanks can handle anything customers can throw at them when it comes to terrain," says Li. "Dirt, hills, rocks, these tanks will make outdoor war games incredibly fun."
Li says a great deal of time has been put into developing a sturdy chassis and body meaning they should stand up to the rigours of everyday use.
"Chinavasion has truly put these tanks through their paces." says Li. "They withstood a great deal of pressure and Chinavasion is proud to have them listed." Visit http://www.chinavasion.com for more details.