There are loads of different helicopters in this world: colourful, TC-off-Magnum-looking ones, vintage M*A*S*H-style ones, big red royal ones, and even insane gunship jobs like that one in Rambo II.
But surely the coolest choppers in existence are those stealth attack helicopters. You know, the menacing military ones you see
erm, well you don't see 'em because they're designed for stealth.
So wouldn't it be good if you could actually fly one of these ominous machines without joining the special forces? Thanks to the BladeRunner Black Ghost you can do exactly that, and you won't even have to get off the sofa.
Okay, so this particular stealth chopper is of the micro, infra-red remote control variety, but who cares about that when you're hovering around the lampshade preparing to conduct hush-hush raids on distant enemy furniture.
This fully-functional indoor whirlybird features the same ingenious stability system as other choppers in the celebrated BladeRunner series. It's this nifty set-up that gives the Black Ghost precise hover control and super stable flight characteristics, just like the real thing (we imagine).
Infra Red control
With full up/down/left/right movement, the Black Ghost is ideal for buzzing around the home and office - it's a doddle once you get the hang of it. And if you do crash, the Ghost's resilient shell means you'll be able to send in a rescue team (okay, your hand) and buzz away before the enemy (aka the boss) gets a look in.
Charges via IR transmitter
The Black Ghost is controlled via a smart twin-toggle IR transmitter that doubles up as a charging unit. Each charge gives at least 10 minutes flying time - more than enough to sweep past the curtain rail in a highly sinister fashion, do a reccie of the hall and return to sofa base. The only thing missing is the weaponry. Darn!
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