GoolRC A-201 EPO Fixed wing RC Airplane P51 Mustang Warbird Aircraft 800mm Wingspan PNP Version (with ESC, Motor, Servo )

It proved itself to be economical, fast, well made and highly durable. Power originally came from an Allison but it was much more successful with the mighty Merlin from Rolls Royce. The Famous models P51 Mustang has been carefully created to give maximum reward to the budding pilot. The aircraft features a brushless motor, 20Amp ESC and 4 ready installed servos. Assembly takes minutes following the simple photo step by step assembly guide.The EPO construction gives a light yet resilient airframe. Compact, adrenaline fuelled, big packet of fun still doesn’t do verbal justice to this airframe, we love it! Dog fights really become genuine fun with this range of aircraft.

Brand: GoolRC
Model: A-201
Item name: P51 Mustang
Material: Durable EPO
Wing Span: 800mm/31.5in
Length: 690mm/27.18in
Wing area: 12dm²
Wing loading: 33dm²
Weight: 468g
ESC: 20A
Servo: 4pcs, 9g/pcs
Motor: 3128 -1300KV brushless motor
Recommended Battery: 11.1V 1000mAh 15C Li-Po battery(not included)
Radio: 2.4Ghz 4channel (not included)

Package information:
Package size: 86.5 * 25 * 25cm / 34.1 * 9.8 * 9.8in
Package weight: 1896g / 4.18lb
Genaral box package

The transmitter, receiver, charger and airplane battery are not included, you should buy them by yourself.
This RC model is not a toy and is not suitable for children under 14 years old, keep it away from children.
Carefully read the instruction before any use, if you are a beginner, it’s advisable to be assisted by an experienced adult.

Package list:
1 * GoolRC 800mm A-201 P51 Mustang PNP Version (Unassembled)
1 * 3128 -1300KV Brushless Motor
1 * 20A ESC
4 * Servo
1 * Tool Set
1 * English Manual

Product Features

  • More convenience with magnetic application on front cowling, battery housing, etc.
  • Equipped with 20A brushless ESC. Stronger push rods, horns offers more efficiency in control.
  • Durable and light weight EPO construction with many surface details.
  • Improved body design and Center of Gravity (CG) makes this mini easier to control.
  • Fuel tanks are attached to the wings with a slide mount system (no glue), so they can be easily attached/detracted.

Marvel Titan Hero Series Captain America

The First Avenger! Captain America fights for justice with superhuman strength, agility, and an indestructible shield! He’s America’s first super soldier, fighting fearlessly on the side of justice. Create giant-sized action figure battles with the Marvel Titan Hero Series! These Super Heroes are ready to team up in combat to save the world! Each Marvel Titan Hero Series figure is 12 inches tall and has basic articulation. Copyright Marvel. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

Product Features

  • Classic Marvel Titan Hero
  • 12-inch action figures with 5-point articulation
  • Create Titan-sized action-figure battles
  • Includes figure and shield.

Star Wars Bladebuilders Jedi Master Lightsaber

Every Star Wars fan needs a lightsaber or two! This electronic, Jedi Master Lightsaber lights up and makes sounds just like in the movies. Although fun on its own, this lightsaber really shines when the lights go out.

Product Features

  • Movie-like appearance
  • Create adventures and scenes from the Star Wars Universe
  • Simulates classic lights and sounds
  • Highly customizable set with accessories
  • Includes Lightsaber, 2 Lightdaggers, 2 elbow connectors, cross connector, dual connector, expansion hilt and instructions.

Moana Review — Making Waves

Disney isn’t ever focused on doing anything earth-shatteringly new. Instead, this is an animation studio aiming towards, perhaps more than anything, on nailing the fundamentals. That’s where Moana lies, their latest CG project about a Māori demigod teaming up with a “princess” to fulfill one or more destinies. But despite being predictable at times—even bordering on rote—the execution is near flawless and pushes to be progressive in its setup and even attempts a few interesting tricks in the narrative.

The primary and eponymous bit of this film is Moana Waialiki (Auli’i Cravalho), the sixteen-year-old daughter in line to take over for her father as chief of their island tribe. It’s a big responsibility making sure their spot of land among an endless ocean runs smoothly, and it’s made more complicated by her ever-present drive to sail. Even as a child, the ocean has called to her, compelled her to sail beyond the reef surrounding their home Motunui, though her father Chief Tui (Temuera Morrison) is adamantly—hostilely—against it.

Turns out it’s actually destiny calling her, and with the aid of her grandmother Gramma Tala (Rachel House), pet pig Pua, and tagalong idiot rooster friend Hei Hei (Alan Tudyk), Moana eventually discovers the truth and the reason why the island is dying. She sets out across the sea to find the absent and legendary demigod Māui (Dwayne Johnson) to restore the somewhat literal heart of Te Fiti, the mother island. Adventure, basically, awaits.

It really takes its time getting into the adventure, though, which is oddly welcome. The film doesn’t really get going until halfway through, or at least it doesn’t feel that way upon initial viewing and dissection. This is one of the neat things the film tries that’s out of the box. If you try to stuff it (or assume it tries to fit) into a neat little three-act, hero’s journey framework, it doesn’t quite mesh. Instead, it’s more about self-realization, leaving external influences aside.

Seriously, Māui doesn’t even show up until the middle of the movie. Her journey is her own, which is remarkably and sadly progressive. The film’s basic structure is something of a buddy road trip flick, but its built of themes established early on and pushes through to the end. Though the absolute conclusion is predictable (it is a kids film, after all, with a happy ending and all that), the resolution that gets us there feels earned.

Some of it does, however, feel a bit recycled. Throw in a bit of The Lion King, add a dash of Frozen, and shake it up with a spritz of Mulan and Finding Dory, and you’ve got it. An awareness from the film (courtesy of screenwriter Jared Bush and a litany of other contributors) is welcome in this aspect, however, even going so far as to comment on what qualifies as a Disney princess.


At the cost of giving up what makes Moana’s arc so fantastic, however, is a tepid approach to Māui’s own story. He is rife with his own set of formative events, desires, and psychological quirks, all of which are established in quality varying from sufficient to terrific. But his conflict is introduced and resolved as quickly as just about any other modern comedy. He almost literally Han Solos his way back into the story after he briefly dips out. Thankfully he isn’t the only dish being served, but it is an unfortunate consequence of simply being constrained to a 103-minute film.

It’s a laser focus, though, that’s greatly appreciated. It gives us a chance to fully embrace our main protagonist, charming and bubbly and god damn determined as she is. Cravalho takes on the role with overwhelming aplomb, ripping between cartoonish ranges of bumbling likability with an indescribable sort of groundedness. She effuses gravitas and lightness in the same breath. Hopefully we’ll be seeing more of her.

And though we’ve been getting plenty of Johnson in recent years, it’s clear that it’s mostly well deserved. Aside from Moana, the Pacific Ocean, and a carnival-colored chicken, he gets the most screen time. And while the character is obviously written and built around this particular casting, its effective. Johnson’s persona is, despite his hulking frame, largely his voice, and putting that to use to power a larger-than-life folkloric legend is almost too obvious.


That casting is also important. While a good deal of the cast is of mixed heritage, they also have a good footing in the Pacific Islander camp. It shows, most easily, in the way they actors pronounce certain words or inflect their particular vowel combinations. This diversity is an important step not just for a consistently whitewashing Hollywood but also one of the biggest and historically troubled studios still in the game.

You can see the effort put forth by the studio (and read about it in this Vanity Fair piece) in the depiction of these Polynesian characters and their culture and their physical morphology. They are evocative and indicative of the trademark physical features of these tribes without being derogatory. It introduces a visual-based diversity to many people that they would otherwise get very limited exposure to.

And, of course, you can’t see a musical without talking about the songs, and composers Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i, and Mark Mancina do an exceptional job. From Miranda, you get the tremendously innate understanding and infusing of internal rhyming structures and catchy syncopation. From Foa’i, there is the deeply tribal and prodigiously driving drums of a pan-Pacific soundscape. Mancina rounds the group out by giving a classical flair to these relatively fresh, hot sounds, giving a familiar twinge to the film’s soundtrack.


It’s not clear if we have another “Let It Go” contender (money’s on “How Far I’ll Go,” though), but they certainly are catchy in the moment and never fall into the trap of musical numbers simply stating intent and function rather than giving reason. But it’s hard to fault a film that does so much right, especially when the only things it really does wrong is borrow from some of the best animated films of the past 20 years. Whether you have the time or not, go see Moana.

Plus, it’s hard to argue against a movie that conjures up the most adorable George Miller, Fury Road-inspired naval battle ever conceived.

Final Score: 9 out of 10

Fisher Price Imaginext Ion Orbiter with Electronic Lights and Sounds NIP

The aliens have been spotted! Young space travelers can activate cool spinning action on this alien ship just by pressing the trigger! The action-and adventure-continues when they press a button to fire at the “human” ship! Press another button to hear space age sound effects and alien phrases like “Ion Orbiter power up!” A whole galaxy of ways to send kids’ imaginations into orbit! Cool sounds and phrases! Press trigger for spinning action! Fire projectiles at the other ship! Includes Ion Orbiter vehicle, alien figure with helmet and 2 projectiles Add the Ion Orbiter to other Imaginext® space items for out-of-this-world adventure! (Each sold separately and subject to availability.)

Product Features

  • The aliens have been spotted! Young space travelers can activate cool spinning action on this alien ship just by pressing the trigger!
  • The action-and adventure-continues when they press a button to fire at the “human” ship!
  • Press another button to hear space age sound effects and alien phrases like “Ion Orbiter power up!”
  • A whole galaxy of ways to send kids’ imaginations into orbit!
  • Fire projectiles at the other ship!

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LUCKSTAR Remote Control Plane – 2.4GHZ RC Helicopter – 4.5CH Aircraft / UAV Boy’s / Children’s Toys with Headlamp – Silver


Stable Double Gyroscope
The plane can fly super smooth and steady.

Biaxial Four Motor-driven Osprey Aircraft
The aircraft has favorable wind resistant effect, which can resist the primary wind.

2.4GHZ Remote Control Frequency
The remote control plane has anti-interference function, which can accurate operation.

Alloy Gear
The gear is strong and wear-resiting, very durable.

Forward, Backward, Turn left, Turn right, Up, Down, Raising and lowering, Still air.

Length: 9.45 inch
Width: 16.93 inch

Charging Time: 100 min (Approx)
Flying Time: 10 min (Approx)
Battery Capacity: 800 MAH
Flying Range: 100 m
flying Height: 100 m
Remote Control Power: 8W
Aircraft Power: 50W
Remote Controller Distance: 50 m

Package Included:
Remote Control, Charger, Battery, Empennage, Manual, 4 Standby Wing (Without camera).

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Product Features

  • MORE STABLE DOUBLE GYROSCOPE + STRONG PERFORMANCE BIAXIAL FOUR MOTOR-DRIVEN OSPREY AIRCRAFT: Double gyroscope more stable than single, which can make balanced on both sides of the shaft, flying is more stable, beginners are also easy to operation. The double gyroscope aircraft can self adjusting when it is compressed. The biaxial four motor drive power is very strong, which has favorable wind resistant effect, and can resist the primary wind. The plane flew super smooth and steady.
  • ANTI-JAM 2.4GHZ REMOTE CONTROL FREQUENCY: The remote control adopt the latest 2.4GHZ frequency hopping technology, implement automatic frequency, automatically assigned ID. Which has anti-interference function, and can accurate operation.
  • SUPER WEAR-RESISTANT ALLOY GEAR + HIGH TOUGHNESS ABS MATERIALS: The gear is strong and wear-resisting, and more durable. Super toughness of the material, not easily broke. The fuselage body is lightsome and concise, fly smooth and reaction speed is fast. The aircraft is very energy-efficient. Children like the toy very much. How great a gift!
  • FUNCTION: Forward, Backward, Turn left, Turn right, Up, Down, Still air. Charging time is about 100 min, flying time is about 10 min, flying height is about 100m, flying range is about 100m. Remote controller distance is 50 m. Battery capacity is 800 MAH. Remote control power: 8W. The aircraft power: 50W. Size: Length 9.45 inch, Width 16.93 inch. (Include RC + Charger + Battery + Empennage + 4 Standby Wing + Manual)
  • WARRANTY: 30-Day Money Back Guarantee and 180-Day Limited Product Warranty. If you have any issue with your product, contact us and our team will respond to you within 24 hours.

Radio Flyer Retro Rocket Ride On

The Radio Flyer Retro Rocket is designed in a classic cool styling and with imagination in mind! The flashing lights and realistic astronaut and space sounds provide hours of fun. The smooth seat provides comfortable riding, and simply lift to find a storage area. The four wheels add stability for a safe and sturdy ride. Turn the clicking nose cone for added fun. For ages 1-3 years.

Product Features

  • Realistic astronaut and space sounds. (Batteries included)
  • Flashing lights on dashboard.
  • Under seat storage area.
  • Clicking nose cone.
  • Cool retro styling.