For the LEGO and Star Wars fan, this alarm clock is a must-have in your home. Features a backlit display showing current time and alarm time, snooze and backlight activation works by pushing down the head. Available as a Boba Fett, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper and Yoda.
If you’re a fan of building blocks, then you’ll absolutely love spending time building this Minions model. We received this unit for a review from EverBuying.net
This building set includes over 200 pieces of tiny bricks that form a mini Minion character. Since the blocks are really small in size, the set is more suited towards older kids and adults. It’s also harder to build, making it more enjoyable for ages 9+ and up.
The LOZ building bricks are available in different cartoon characters that you can choose from. Each set comes with instructions on how to build your character, as it would be very hard to do it on your own. At the end, you’ll have a 3D figure of your favorite cartoon character.
This type of building bricks, being very small in size, requires patience and a lot concentration. This makes it a wonderful learning tool for young adults and a relaxing hobby for adults.
EverBuying offers this set of building bricks for a little over $3, a fantastic price that will allow you to buy many sets without breaking the bank.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a kid or an adult, flying a mini drone is a whole lot of fun! Our review today covers the JJRC H20 Hexacopter, which was provided to us by our friends at Gear Best, the premier retailer of gadgets and electronics with free worldwide shipping.
Features of the H20 Hexacopter:
- A mini hexacopter with remote control.
- Charges via USB, cable included.
- Charge time: about 30 minutes for a full charge.
- Flying time: up to 6 minutes.
- Battery operated remote control, requires 2 AA batteries (not included)
- Functions: Up / Down, Forward / Backward, 3D rollover, Turn Forward / Backward, Sideward Flight, Headless Mode, Hover, One Press Automatic Return
What’s In The Box:
- The Hexacopter.
- The battery.
- USB cable for charging.
- 6x Spare Propellers.
- A screwdriver.
Setting Up Your Hexacopter:
Set up process if fairly easy. First thing you’ll have to do is find 2x AA batteries for your remote control, which aren’t included in the box. Once that is sorted out, all you have to do is switch on the remote control and the hexacopter and wait a few seconds till they pair. The controller as well as the hexacopter’s LED light will keep flashing. Until you hear a beep and the flashing stops, you’ll know they’re now paired and ready to fly.
My drone came in charged. But you’ll soon have to charge it again, to do that, you’ll have to pull out the battery, connect the cable and plug it to any USB port to charge. It takes about 30 minutes to fully charge.
Flying the JJRC H20 Hexacopter:
Looking at the small size of this hexacopter, you’ll think it’s easy to fly. But it’s not, it takes some practice and getting used to, but this is all part of the fun!
You are most likely to fly the drone into things, it will pump and crash everywhere, so it’s best to fly it in an open area where there’s nothing to break. To be honest, I didn’t follow my own advice here (or common sense) and I tested flying the drone in my office. It pumped into the walls, fell crashing everywhere, and surprisingly, it held up pretty nicely. The propellers are still intact and the bumpers are all in place, except for a tiny dent on one.
In the included manual, there are many tips you can follow for learning how to fly the hexacopter. You’ll eventually be able to perform many tricks including rollovers, which is the hardest to perform.
The Pros and Cons:
My least favorite part about this hexacopter is the battery. The battery dies rather quickly, you’ll be lucky if you get 10 minutes out of it. Lucky for us, it charges quickly too. However, the small drone is an absolute fun to play with. It’s fast and light, and it’s LED light make it fun to fly at night. It also makes a great practice toy, in case you want to fly a real drone.
Make sure to check out GearBest’s Easter and 2nd Anniversary sale here.
ZBox is Zavvi’s monthly subscription box that is themed around a geeky interest, may that be superheroes, zombies, retro video games or pop culture. Each ZBox includes £35 (about $50) worth of exclusive and licensed merchandise that you get for the price of about $30. You can subscribe to receive a box monthly or you can order just one, you can cancel your subscription at any time.
If you happen to be a Batman fan, then now is the time to pre-order your Batman ZBox. (Photos above are only an example from previous boxes, each monthly box is a total surprise and there’s no way to find out what’s in it before it ships.) Click here to see previous themed boxes.
If your Valentine is a Star Wars nerd, don’t even bother with a bouquet of roses, it won’t cut it. Lucky for you, there’s a bouquet that was made just for them, a Star Wars bouquet with 9 character plush toys, all wrapped up and ready for you to gift. Each toy comes on a long “stem”, and can be removed or reattached. The bouquet arrives in cellophane overwrap, black and white crepe paper wrap, plus yellow bow.
And if you want an option other than Star Wars, these bouquets are also available in: Kittens, Puppies, Unicorns, and even Dinosaurs! Click here to see them all.
A spinning top is a classic toy that will forever be entertaining. From the creators of Foreverspin, the luxury spinning tops that have already raised more than HALF A MILLION in funding on Kickstarter, comes a new elegant design that is made to last. MetalMuseum is a collection of elegant spinning tops made from solid metals like Magnesium , Titanium , 24KT Gold, Copper, Tungsten, to name a few. Everyone of these spinning tops has its unique texture and weight that makes it interesting to hold, spin or even just to look at. And most importantly, MetalMuseum spinning tops are made to last a lifetime.
See the spinning tops in action:
Cosmos – simple wooden toys that inspire exploration and creative play. Toys that are long-lasting in both meaning and quality, so beautiful that kids and grownups will want to keep forever. Calling all pioneers and adventurers, explore with these magnetic interchangeable pieces! Construct rockets that propel spacecrafts. Or better yet, construct multi-stage rockets to explore far beyond where any human has ever ventured.
It’s only natural that you reach for the nearest donut when you’re stressed. In an effort to keep your weight in-check, we present you with the Donut stress ball that smells just like a real donut! Squeeze your stress away instead of eating it away. And no matter what, avoid biting these delicious looking stress balls.
“Each Spinning Magnetic Orb is a pair of strong magnets mounted in a gimbal that allows them to spin while the transparent shell that houses them remains still.” You can perform a lot of tricks using the magnetic orbs: make them roll and steer them without touching them, they can spin and collide, and you can expand the tricks by using the included magnet proxies.
Watch the Video to see how it works:
Sphero SPRK Edition is the same Sphero robot we’ve all come to love but with the ability to inspire you to learn and create. You can use its app to create code using visual block-based programming , the codes you create will be used to control your Sphero robot. You can create commands like flip, roll, spin or change color and learn the basics of programming along the way! Sphero SPRK is a great toy and learning tool suitable for all ages.
See it in action:
Fan of all things geeky? Want awesome gear delivered to your door monthly? A subscription to Loot Crate is want you want then! Every month, you will receive a mystery box full of gear for geeks, gamers and pop culture fans. You can expect things like t-shirts, exclusive collectibles, gadgets and more, with total value of over $45+ for a cost that’s less than half that price!
Watch the video below to see an unboxing of November’s Loot Crate:
Let your kids discover their ability to create and invent with the littleBits Electronics Gizmos & Gadgets Kit. It includes 15 Electronic building blocks, detailed instructions for 12 projects and all the accessories and tools needed to unleash their inner inventor. Examples of projects that can be created with this kit: BubbleBot Automatic Bubble Blower, BitBot Remote Control Car, BumperBall Game.
The Hero RC V626 Quadcopter is a great drone to test out your flying skills. Made of lightweight and durable materials, the drone is easy to fly and control. The Hero RC is equipped with LED lights to make your night flights more enjoyable. It also includes a camera for recording footage as you fly. Some other compatible accessories include: missile launcher, water cannon, hook & basket, and bubble blower.
Here’s the coolest, must-have piece of decoration for your next Halloween party. Ghostbusters floating Slimer goes about spooking your guests on his own… just set up the included 15-foot cord anywhere you like, power on and watch him float along as he glows in the dark. Slimer also plays the theme song as he floats back and forth!
See It In Action: