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Skeye Pico Drone

Skeye Pico Drone is the worldŽs smallest drone! it fits in the palm of your hand, in fact, you can store it within the remote control, making it pocket size, so youŽll have fun anywhere you want, because of its portability. You get all the features of its older brothers, like the six axis flight control and RTF (ready-to-fly) technology. You also get LED lights to fly it by night, and get a cool firefly effect, and a 3 level adjustable sensitivity for the remote. With a full 30 minute charge you get up to 7-8 minutes of flight time. Small to carry but providing great fun, the drone zone goes mini with Skeye Pico Drone. watch the cool video below



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ZERA FOOD RECYCLER | Image

ZERA FOOD RECYCLER

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CAR PARK HOUSE

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BELOW THE BOAT WOOD CHARTS

Below The Boat was imagined by an American couple that love the underwater world, hence the name…they propose wooden charts to embellish your home/office, mixing land and water, of well known spots… but not any wooden charts, these are bathymetric charts, that tell you in detail the water depth of what youŽre observing, you get the land contour, really well defined, and then the water and its random shapes in blue. The depth effect is really cool, and it does captur...
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