By Andrew Liszewski
Never let your kite flying plans be foiled by a lack of wind again with this remote control flying kite from Silverlit. It’s specifically designed to be flown indoors, in the absence of wind altogether, since it’s kept aloft by an electric motor and propeller in the tail. It’s controlled by some kind of touch sensitive remote that’s actually tethered to the kite by a cable which is probably why it’s called a kite and not a plane in the first place. And while wind is not a necessity, 8 AA batteries are.
You can get it from Hobbytron.com for just $14.95.