Geek Toys

Geek Toys - Toys for Geeks. Cube Goodies, toys and stuff that you the geek will love to play with.

Remote Control Golf Ball: Incred-a-Ball

RC Golf Incred-a-Ball, is a regular looking golf ball with a small change; it's remote controlled. The ball has a little spinning gyro in it, and when you activate it from the remote it spins off in random directions. The acceleration varies depending on the ground, and due to its small size it obviously works best on smoother surfaces such as green and tees. All you have to do is make sure you've completely charged the golf ball in its neat little charging cradle, switch on the transmitter, and select the frequency band shown on the ball. Push or pull back the control shaft on the transmitter to drive or vibrate your golf ball and wait for the inevitable laughs. Utterly daft, and it'll probably even improve your handicap.

The RC Golf Incred-a-Ball  is available from here

Ocean Scooter - Inflatable and Portable Water Scooter

Astone Ocean Scooter
The Ocean Scooter is a portable, compact water scooter that you can carry in a travel bag and instantly inflate for a quick get away :) Okay, on the serious side, this is a great vehicle for those lake  and beach outings, or fun in swimming pools. Designed for ages five to adult and a loading weight of up to 75 kg, the battery powered Ocean Scooter  can scoot for approximately an hour at a stretch and is capable of speeds of up to 2.5 mph.

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World's smallest RC helicopter

Sitting next to the pencil you can see how small this RC helicopter is. Called the Picoflyer, the 60 mm rotor diameter, 3.3 grams Picoflyer is the smallest size battery powered contra-rotating coaxial-rotor RC helicopter ever built. The Picoflyer can fly for 1 minute at a stretch, and uses a 900Mhz radio link for control and 1 x 3.7 V, 30 mAh Didel cell, 0.86 grams for power.


Unfortunately for us, the Picoflyer is not available for sale. But you can definitely read more about it on the Proxflyer site.

iPod Teddy - Dances with Music


iPod teddy


This one is strictly for gurls.. these teddies will play and dance with the music out loud  after they are connected to an iPod or an MP3 player with a built-in amplifier and speakers. Seems to be available in Japan only. Maybe Techie Diva has a better idea about this one.

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