LUCKSTAR Remote Control UAV Aircraft – 2.4GHZ 4.5CH Dual Axis RC Airplane with Double Gyro & Headlamp – Cool Boy’s Toy / Kids’ Gift (Black)


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.

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The Stranger Factory in New Mexico and the Cotton Candy Machine in NYC will host a special collaborative show opening in both galleries on July 11th. The shows will feature work from Kathie Olivas, Brandt Peters, Tara McPherson, Glenn Barr, Dilek Baykara, Scott C., Katie Carillo, Karl Deuble, Jeremy Hush,…

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Thunder Power RC Power Supply, 100-200V AC input, Dual 15v/300W 27V/550W DC Switchable Output, 1.0A Dual USB

The TP1527PS is a powerful dual output, AC to DC switching power supply. This full featured power supply boasts up to 15V 3W or 27V 55W DC output power. Boasting enough current to sufficiently run one large capacity battery charger or two smaller capacity battery chargers simultaneously. Also features a variety of safety features including low voltage input, over-current, over-temperature and short-circuit protections. Utilize this compact power supply on your workshop bench or on the go. Dual cooling fans with auto speed control. Includes a 11V removable power cord.

Product Features

  • Output: Dual 15V/3W 27V/55W DC Switchable Output
  • Output Current: 2A max continuous
  • Features USB; Banana Plug and Bind post outputs for maximum versatility
  • Safety features such as; low input voltage protection; over current protection; over temperature protection and short circuit protection
  • Adult supervision is required

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Thunder Power RC TP820CD 800 Watt Dual Port Multi-Chemistry DC Charger/Discharger/Cycler with Balancing System

The TP82CD delivers up to 8 watts of total charging power and is equipped with two ports that function completely independently to charge, discharge and cycle a wide variety of 1-8S LiPo, and LiFe (A123) batteries, as well as 1-24 cell NiCad and NiMH along with 6-3V Pub (lead-acid) batteries. The built-in 2-8S LiPo//LiFe (A123) cell balancers, one for each port, and included balance connector adapter boards are readily compatible with all Thunder Power balance connectors and the JST-XH balance connectors found on most other batteries. The dual port TP82CD offers the convenience and flexibility of two separate chargers in a single yet incredibly compact case as a result of its advanced power conversion technology and design. Each port is capable of charging at rates up to 2 amps, even simultaneously depending on input power and charge settings, offering the ability to charge many of the latest-generation LiPo batteries at ultra-fast rates up to 6C and beyond. Other great features include built-in data logging, viewing and internal resistance measurement, dual computer-controlled cooling fans and temperature protection, an attractive and extremely durable aluminum case, plus the ability to install future firmware updates available for free download using a standard mini USB cable. All available at a value that’s backed by Thunder Power RC’s industry-leading warranty.

Product Features

  • More than double the charging power of other similar class chargers. Selectable charge rates from .2 amps up to 2 amps for each port
  • The balance connector adapter boards (2pcs) allow the built-in balancers to be used with 2-8S Thunder Power-compatible and JST-XH Balance connectors
  • 24 user-programmable memories plus built-in data logging
  • Wide input voltage range from 1.5-28.V for maximum efficiency and power output when using up to 24-28V and charging high cell count batteries
  • Adult supervision is required

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Review "Star Wars: A Pop-up Guide to the Galaxy" book with dual light-up light sabers

I had reviewed the “Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-up Adventure” book with light-up lightsaber earlier HERE and enjoyed the book quite a bit, not for the content because most of us Star Wars fans would already know most of the facts inside the book but for the pop-up effects which were astounding and truly a feat of paper engineering 🙂

This “Star Wars: A Pop-up Guide to the Galaxy” book is actually the first Star Wars Pop-up book by Matthew Reinhart, renowned paper engineer and bona fide STARS WARS aficionado. “Star Wars: A Pop-up Guide to the Galaxy” book was a NEW YORK TIMES bestseller and covers Star Wars episodes IV to VI, which to many of us older folks, was the better trilogy of the two because it was the classic that spawned the prequel.

The Pop-up book is divided into six sections. Each section covers a particular subject or topic and within the section are sub-topics. What’s most interesting is that most of the pop-ups are hidden under the sub-topic sections via flaps and as you uncover each sub-topic, a pop-up appears, catching you by surprise with how it’s cleverly engineered to be folded flat and hidden from view until you lift the flap. Ingenious is the word and so much FUN haha It brings joy to reading LOL. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures.

I like the cover design of this “Star Wars: A Pop-up Guide to the Galaxy” book more than the later version because the latter has Yoda on the cover and Yoda is not as intimidating and foreboding as Darth Vader, third greatest movie villain in cinema history on “100 Years… 100 Heroes and Villains”, behind Hannibal Lecter and Norman Bates. At the back of the book is a slip of paper showing one of the pop-up pages (the last section) with “working” lightsabers that light-up, red light for Darth Vader and green light for Luke Skywalker. That’s pretty CoOL, right?
The first section covers the Star Wars Galaxy and the worlds / planets that exist in them. The Battle of Hoth is the centerpiece with the AT-AT looming and the rebels trying their utmost best to fight the Imperial forces off (as seen in Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back). It even has Luke Skywalker about to climb up to the Imperial Walker’s belly in an attempt yo bring the lumbering giant down.
Then there’s Tattooine and the Death Star destroying Alderaan,
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The speeder bike chase on Endor and more… You’ll just have to get the book and enjoy it yourself ;p

The next section is titled “Citizens of the Galaxy” with mega predator Rancor taking center stage
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Pop-up Chewbacca the Wookie, Wicket the Ewok, Bib Fortuna the Twi’lek, Greedo the Rodian…

Jawas, Wampa, Tuantuan and Space vermin Mynock complete the section.
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Oops! Almost left out the Bantha
The third section is all about space ships / starships with the Millennium Falcon front and center but also has a pop-up of a Imperial Scout Walker AT-ST (top left)
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The Fourth section has a complete and full pop-up Mos Eisley cantina with all the shady characters you couldn’t have thought of

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Including one Corellian Smuggler named Han Solo…

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who gets carbonized by Boba Fett the Bounty Hunter. Lando Calrissian is also in the picture.

The fifth section is all about the Rebel Alliance against the Empire
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There’s Admiral Ackbar and Princess Leia Organa

And the rebel droids C-3PO and R2-D2
Against the Imperial troops
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Last but not least, there’s the Power of the Force section! It started with the galaxy and ends with the Force. Anakin Skywalker’s face is first revealed before being enclosed by the Darth Vader mask and helmet

Darth Vader’s lighsaber lights up in red…
while Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber lights up in green
Jedi master Yoda raises the X-wing fighter
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I didn’t cover everything that’s in the book but you get the picture 🙂 IMHO This “STAR WARS: A POP-UP GUIDE TO THE GALAXY” and the previously reviewed “Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-up Adventure” book (see my earlier post HERE) are MUST-HAVEs for all Star Wars fans, young and old. The book is full of hidden surprises and the pop-up effects are simply amazing and mind boggling.

Other notable books I have covered in my toy blog include:
“The Dark Knight Manual: Tools, Weapons, Vehicles and Documents from the Batcave” – posted HERE


“X-Men: The Characters and Their Universe by Michael Mallory”, a HUGE (28 cm or 11 inches wide x 36 cm or 14.25 inches high x 3 cm or 1.25 inches thick), heavy, hardcover bound and crammed full of interesting facts (288 pages in all) about the X-Men – posted HERE

plus Hobby Japan Mil-FIG Customized 12-inch Military Action Figures book shown HERE

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Following the BotCon 2014 news of the Pirates theme this year. The official Transformers Twittwe account just posted an interesting question letting us know this will be a theme versus theme with the Pirates Versus TBA. From the twitter account: “So. Now the question is… PIRATES VS ???????” Keep it dialed to the news and updates on the BotCon Armada that will be coming to Pasedena, CA June 19-22, 2014. ARGHhhhh!

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