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Mx-1: Worlds Smallest R/C Helicopter, Perfect for Fleas

by Paul Strauss
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We live in a world of extremes. At the same time that everyone is trying to get their hands on the largest LCD TV that they can possibly fit in their living rooms, some gadgets just keeps getting smaller and smaller. Take, for instance this teensy palm-sized helicopter.

MX-1 Mini Helicopter

Measuring in at just 4.65 inches long, the minuscule MX-1 chopper takes the crown for the Worlds Smallest remote-controlled helicopter (besting its closest competition, which measures in at about 6-inches long).

MX-1 Mini Helicopter

It’s actually so small that it stows inside of its own recharger/remote control when not in flight – and the remote fits in your pocket. The body of the copter is built from durable EPP foam, which should keep it safe and sound even if you do bump it into your ceiling. There’s even a little flashing blue LED on the helicopter so you can fly it with the lights switched off.

Ready to hit the skies? The tiny MX-1 is available now over at ThinkGeek, and priced at $49.99 USD.

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