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Rubber Duckie Gets Remote Control

by Paul Strauss

Who says you can’t take your electronic gadgets in the bathtub with you? The latest in rubber duckie technology lets you steer your fine feathered friend around the tub from afar.

Rubber Duckie Remote Controlled

Using a wireless RF transmitter, you can make the yellow aquatic bird tool around as you splish-splash in your bath. A pair of motorized propellers moves the little guy through the water, and let you steer duckie to the left, right, forwards or backwards. A quick 5-minute charge will give you about 15-minutes of bathtime fun. And yes, both the duck and controller are waterproof, so there’s no worries about electrocuting yourself.

The R/C Rubber Duck is available from I Want One of Those for £14.99 (appx. $26.98 USD). Quack.

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Comments (1):

  1. Мыться в ванне станет веселей если с вами радиоуправляемый утенок…

    У многих из вас в детстве был резиновый утенок, с которым так весело было принимать ванну. У меня такой игрушки не было и я до сих пор помню…

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