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Primeval Remote Control Flying Rex

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Item Weight898 g
Product Dimensions40 x 35.4 x 14 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:8 years and up
Item model number02685
  
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ASINB000Y0XS5K
Best Sellers Rank 548,437 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight898 g
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Date First Available1 Nov. 2007
  
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The latest in the radio-controlled flying creature series from Wowwee. Rex is a fun RC flyer that is easy or challenging depending on the skill level setting you choose - beginner or expert. An ultra-light, dual-wing design and "high-flex" crash-resistant structure make Rex safe to fly anywhere, even in small indoor spaces. Rex is an easy-to-fly aeronautical marvel that can soar, dive-bomb and glide for a soft landing!

Coelurosauravus – aka RexRex is a flying reptile from the Permian period about 250 million years ago and is unusually active and intelligent for a cold blood. He appears in the first programme and immediately bonds with Abby, so that when they try to return him to his time he sneaks back to be with her. For the rest of the series she keeps him – for the most part secretly - in her flat with the central heating on full blast to suit his exotic tastes (there were no ice caps in the Permian).

Rex is based on a smaller reptile (about half Rex’s size) called Coelurosaravus jaeckeil found in Germany. His wings were formed by extensions of his ribs but he could not fly only glide. He is, however, the first known vertebrate flyer because he predates the pterosaurs.


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THIS WAS PURCHASED FOR MY 9 YEAR OLD SON, ITS REMOTE CONTROLLED OPERATED BY BATTERIES WITH 2 USAGE LEVELS, BEGINNER AND EXPERT INDOOR OUTDOOR USE
LOTS OF FUN BE CAUTIOUS IN WINDIER CONDITIONS THE ONLY NEGATIVE COMMENT IS THE REMOTE IS ALSO THE RECHARGE UNIT FOR THE FLYING REX WHICH CAN BE EXPENSIVE PREVIOUS ITEMS MY SON USES CAN BE CHARGED FROM THE MAINS.
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This is a great toy. Takes some time getting used to the controls at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's a lot of fun. It flies really well and is more resistant than it looks. Definitely recommended.
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