Swann has introduced two new additions to its Xtreem remote-controlled toys range in the form of its SkyRanger Video Drone and Atom II Quadcopter.Both the SkyRanger and Atom II are decked out with Xtreem’s signature Easy-Fly gyro technology, along with 2.4 GHz wireless control, delivering “countless hours of flying fun”.
The SkyRanger “lets users capture the skies and boldly enter a new dimension with its cutting-edge flying capabilities and new first-person (FPV) feature that provides a bird’s-eye view of flights on the user’s smartphone”, providing 360-degree manoeuvrability, including sideways movements flip, stunt tumbles and continuous rolling.
“With high-tech components and lightweight frame, this drone can make insane loops and knife-edge turns that defy gravity,” Swann states.
The SkyRanger shoots 720p HD videos, while the 2.4 GHz transmission receives signals up to 70 metres away.
In addition to the SkyRanger, each box includes a remote control, Wi-Fi 720p HD detachable camera, smartphone-to-remote-control bracket, spare rotor blades and parts, a 4 GB microSD card and reader, and a wall charger and power adapter.
The Atom II, meanwhile, “is a powerful little flying machine that is capable of fast speeds”.
“With Xtreem’s Easy-Fly gyro technology and powerful 2.4 GHz wireless control, users can enjoy six-way multi-directional precision for up/down, forward/backward and left/right turn movements with ease,” Swann states.
“The specialised lightweight construction of the Atom II Quadcopter will withstand impacts and crashes.”
Along with the Atom II, each box includes a remote control, spare rotor blades and parts, a USB charging cable and a bonus landing pad game.
“The new Xtreem RC toys range extends on our high-performance video surveillance portfolio to provide innovative features and countless hours of fun for both kids and adults alike,” Kristal Maio, Swann global marketing coordinator, commented.
The SkyRanger will be available at Costco in July, priced at $269 RRP, with the Atom II to be available at JB Hi-Fi in July, priced at $39.95 RRP.