The Dragonfly is the world’s first radio-controlled flying insect, with realistic flapping action to take off and stay airborne – just like the real thing. It’s also lightweight, but resistant to bumps and accidents thanks to its “high-flex” crash-resistant structure.
Control is via a 2-channel digital remote which dictates speed, direction and height – all combining for some eye-catching stunts and manoeuvres. And just to add even more effect, it even features light-up LED eyes.
Requiring 6x AA batteries for use, it retails for £39.95.