BW® A2212 1000KV Outrunner Brushless Motor + 30A ESC Electric Speed Controller Set for RC Aircraft Plane Multi-copter Quadcopter


★ A2212 brushless motor:

– Mode: A2212

– KV:1000

– Max Efficiency: 80%

– Max Efficiency Current: 4-10A (>75%)

– Current Capacity: 12A/60s

– No Load Current: 10V: 0.5A

– No. Of Cells: 2-3 Li-Poly

– Motor Dimensions: 27.5 x 30mm

– Shaft Diameter: 3.17mm

– Weight: 48g

★ 30A speed controller:

– Output: Continuous 30A, Burst 40A up to 10 Secs.

– Input Voltage: 2-3cells lithium battery or 5-9 cells NiCd/NIMh battery.

– BEC: 1A / 5V (Linear mode).

– Max Speed: 210,000rpm for 2 Poles BLM, 70,000rpm for 6 poles BLM, 35,000rpm for 12 poles BLM.

– (BLM: BrushLess Motor)

– Size: 45mm (L) * 24mm (W) * 11mm (H).

– Weight: 25g.

Package includes:

1 x BW® A2212 1000KV Brushless Outrunner Motor with Mounts

1 x BW® 30A BSC Brushless speed controller

If any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will try our best to help you !

Product Features

  • Mode: A2212; Motor KV: 1000KV
  • Thrust: 650-680g
  • Max Efficiency: 80%
  • Max Efficiency Current: 4-10A (>75%)
  • ESC:30A

Meccano, 2-in-1 Model Set, Excavator and Bulldozer

Challenge the boundaries of your imagination and have fun discovering the world of real engineering with the Meccano Excavator 2-in-1 Model set! Your first mission is to construct a model Excavator. With its custom treads, working boom with bucket and cab that rotates 360°, this Excavator is equipped to handle the most challenging construction sites! Once you’re done, you can play with your finished Excavator, or take it apart and rebuild as a Bulldozer with custom treads and real working front scoop! This 2-in-1 working Excavator set includes step-by-step instructions, 254 parts, plus a real wrench and hex tool set. The pieces are made of durable metal and plastic so you can rebuild again and again. Your imagination just got real with Meccano!

Product Features

  • Challenge the boundaries of your imagination and have fun discovering the world of real engineering with the Meccano Excavator 2 in 1 Model set!
  • The Excavator really moves with its custom treads, working boom with bucket and cab that rotates 360.
  • Rebuild the Excavator as a Bulldozer with custom treads and real working front scoop!
  • The fully built Excavator measures 4.25″ long X 3.75″ wide X 3.75″ tall. For ages 10 and up. No batteries required.
  • Includes: 254 Parts, 2 Real Tools, 1 Instruction Sheet

Review: DC Comics "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" 1:24 scale Metal Die-Cast Batmobile

“To the Batmobile!”

This was part of my haul from December 2016 posted on my toy blog HERE

The Batmobile is a state of the art all-terrain, self-powered, armored fighting motor vehicle used for vehicular hot pursuit, prisoner transportation, anti-tank warfare, riot control, and as a mobile crime lab. Kept in the Batcave, which it accesses through a hidden entrance, the heavily armoured, gadget-laden vehicle is used by Batman in his crime-fighting activities.

The Batmobile made its first appearance in Detective Comics #27 (May, 1939). Then a red sedan, it was simply referred to as “his car”. Soon it began featuring an increasingly prominent bat motif, typically including distinctive wing-shaped tailfins. Armored in the early stages of Batman’s career, it has been customized over time into a sleek armoured / supercar-hybrid, and is the most technologically advanced crime-fighting asset within Batman’s arsenal. Depictions of the vehicle has evolved along with the character, with each incarnation reflecting evolving car technologies. It has appeared in every Batman iteration—from comic books and television to films and video games—and has since gone on to be a part of pop culture.

The Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Batmobile is said to be a combined inspiration from both the sleek, streamlined design of classic Batmobiles and the high-suspension, military build from the more recent Tumbler from The Dark Knight Trilogy. Designed by production designer Patrick Tatopoulos and Dennis McCarthy, the Batmobile is about 20 feet long and 12 feet wide. Unlike previous Batmobiles, it has a gatling gun sitting on the front and the back tires are shaved down tractor tires. The Batmobile elevates itself for scenes depicting it going into battle or when performing jumps, and lowers to the ground when cruising through the streets.

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Jada Toys released this 1:24 die-cast model kit of the Batmobile from the 2016 movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Assembly was pretty straight-forward and hassle-free. It isn’t anything like the type of model kits released by Bandai where one really has to put every bit and piece together. Check out my recent toy blog post / review of the Bandai 1/6th scale Star Wars Stormtrooper Model Kit HERE. Now that’s a model kit.

In the upcoming film Justice League, Batman will have a new Batmobile called the Nightcrawler, which was designed by his father.

Feminamorphe II @ Woot Bear Opens Feb 25th

Woot Bear’s next show, ‘Feminamorphe II’, boasts an all-girl roster curated by Candie Bolton and Tasha Zimich – where over 30 of the most talented ladies have assembled to present works inspired by “girl power” and “nature”.

Participating Artists include: Andrea Kang / Caitlin Hackett / Camilla d’Errico / Candie Bolton / Crystel’s Cimeras / Diane McAmis / Eimi Takano / Fika Art Gretchen Lewis

Traxxas 1/18 LaTrax Rally 4WD RTR Vehicle

This is the Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, 1/18 Scale, Ready to Run LaTrax Rally Car from Traxxas. Colors vary.

Product Features

  • FEATURES: Chassis: Molded fiber composite Drive: Four wheel, steel center driveshaft Differentials: Gear type Radio: 2.4GHz with 2-channel micro rx
  • INCLUDES: RTR LaTrax Rally Car, with Motor, 2.4GHz Radio, ESC, NiMH Battery, Charger, 4 AA Batteries, Instruction Manual


Batman Toy Collectors should be having a lot of fun right now because McDonald’s has just introduced a new set of Happy Meal Toys which feature a few characters from that world. The toys in question are a set of 8 Diecast Hot Wheels Cars which all have a DC Comics Superheroes theme. They include:

#1 Superman, #2 Batman, #3 The Flash, #4 Green Lantern, #5 The Joker, #6 Robin, #7 Cyborg and #8 Aquaman

Yes, three of them are “Batman-related” and I agree, the “Joker” is NOT a hero but he’s featured here anyway, ha ha! One last thing, check out this great “Toy Review” Video I came across:

Semispheres Review — Break Yourself

Semispheres feels impossible. Not that it, as a puzzle game, actually is unsolvable, but it very often feels like what it wants from you would require you to rip your brain in half. The key, however, to the game is that it doesn’t quite make it necessary and instead teases you with the possibility of it.

In that way, Semispheres is a brilliant yet soothing experience involving jellyfish orbs and (interdimensional?) portals. The crux of it is that you control two blobs navigating two disconnected but identical rooms that may or may not have differing setups of items, enemies, and those aforementioned portals. Each blob—each with their squid-like tendrils—is controlled with their respective analog stick on the controller, though, and that’s where all that brain ripping starts looking rather inviting.

Enemies, you see, patrol these rooms, but you can circumvent them usually with the aid of your other half. If you pop into a BioShock Infinite-style tear between the two with the left side, for example, you can use a noisemaker to get the attention of a guard and allow the right side to pass unnoticed. Or you can pick up an item that moves both to one side, or pick up a different item that simply swaps the two blobs.

Through these tactics and armaments, the game teases you. It eggs you on to try something bold. For the most part, these encounters can be solved independently, simply but deliberately moving each half as required. But as the levels push forward, the singular notion of becoming better invades your mind. It ceases to be just about figuring it out and soon becomes dextrous.

In the same way as you found yourself bumping into things absentmindedly in Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, you’ll find yourself sending one blob into a wall as you attempt simultaneous movement. But you keep pushing yourself and slowly you discover a skill buried deep within yourself. You progressively silo off a portion of your brain and shove it into the realm where breathing and blinking live, where you thrive on instinct.

It’s uneasy—you never feel like you’re not fighting yourself—but it’s also a completely new experience. More than Brothers or Entwined, it requires a different type of forcing a schism into your thinking. It’s active and dynamic in a way that doesn’t demand foresight so much as reactive awareness.

SemispheresGranted, its base concepts will be familiar to anyone who has played a stealth game or co-op game in recent years, but smashing it together into your solo hands instead of across multiple brains changes the entire experience. It’s a fresh and rewarding proposition that I highly suggest you agree to. You will be as flustered as you are soothed.

+ Gorgeous and relaxing style
+ Teaches you how to play at a wonderful pace
+ Demands just enough of you while asking if you can give more
+ That god dang soundtrack

Final Score: 8 out of 10

Game Review: Semispheres
Release: February 14, 2017
Genre: Puzzle
Developer: Vivid Helix
Available Platforms: PlayStation 4 and PC (Xbox One soon)
Players: Single-player
MSRP: $9.99

Bright Starts Grab and Stack Block Toy

Bright Starts Grab & Stack Blocks is a playtime classic! These 4 soft blocks have 3D features like crinkle fabrics, satin tags, rattles, jingles and knots, to keep baby busy building and exploring. Sewn-in loops are perfect for attaching them for on-the-go fun. Each block features a number, letter, character and colorful pattern to engage all of baby’s senses. Fun comes first!

Product Features

  • 4 soft blocks with 3D features, crinkle, satin tags, rattle, jingle and knotties
  • Each block features a number, letter, cute character, and colorful pattern
  • Sewn-in loops for on-the-go fun

Jolly Mags Magnetic Tiles Set – 3D Building Blocks Toy with Magnets for Kids – Best for Stacking – Clear Color 32 Pcs Set

32 piece set contains 4 different shapes in various colors.
What’s Included: 16 squares and 16 different triangles (equilateral and isosceles).
Colors: yellow, green, red, orange, and blue (varies).

Jolly Mags are truly versatile, educational, and make a perfect toy for ages 3+. Young children will practice fine-motor skills and learn about colors, numbers, shapes, magnetic force and more. Older children will practice imaginative play with more complex structures. They will use critical thinking and problem solving skills to practice math, engineering, and architectural concepts.

Jolly Mags make a great bath toy. Try putting Jolly Mags in water and watch what happens; 2D structures float, whereas 3D structures sink. Impressive way to experiment and learn about geometry and gravity!

Combine Jolly Mags with your other favorite toys for endless hours of fun. Enhance the imagination and see where it can take you. Incorporating Jolly Mags with other toys is easy, fun, and simple way to set the stage for collaboration and sharing (box includes magnetic tiles only; other toys shown in pictures not included).

Blend Jolly Mags with a light source, such as a light table, glow sticks, or a window to create a truly magical experience. Teach your child about reflection and color mixing. How amazing is that!

Jolly Mags stick to any magnetic surface, allowing children to experiment with gravity and magnetic force during playtime. Give them Jolly Mags and watch them explore and test their environment for a magnetic source. Wake up that little explorer in your child! Indeed a wonderful experience!

STEAM toy – teach and reinforce Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.

Product Features

  • EDUCATIONAL: Versatile magnetic toy, allowing kids to experiment with gravity and magnetic force
  • PRACTICAL LEARNING: Great for practicing fine-motor skills, critical thinking and problem solving
  • COLLABORATIVE PLAY: Use Jolly Mags with other toys to set the stage for collaboration and sharing
  • MULTIFUNCTIONAL: Jolly Mags make a great bath toy; 2D structures float, whereas 3D structures sink
  • EXPLORATORY LEARNING: Blend the tiles with a light source to learn about reflection and color mixing