Who knew fish could swim in the air! This incredible remote control shark and clownfish balloon is an intrigue for your kids and even adults. It imitates the real movement of a shark swimming through the air and it is controlled via an infrared remote controller. It comes in two variants: the dangerous looking shark and the cute, goofy clownfish.
This fish may bump into things, but it will not get damaged or ruptured because of its durable PVC material. The infrared controller allows for easy movements in six directions: up, down, forward, backward, right and left. The controller has a range of 40ft and it functions with four AAA batteries; one battery in the fish, while the rest in the controller. Fill the inflatable fish with readily available helium gas. Installation manual included.
- Control method: Infrared remote control
- Works: 4 AAA batteries (not included)
- Fill with: helium
- Material Plastic
- Function: Remote control flight
- Movements: Up and down, forward and backward, right and left
- Package size: 370 x 270 x 60 mm
- Flying fish size: 152 x 100 x 60cm
NB: It needs to be filled with only helium gas. It cannot be filled with hydrogen gas because it is flammable on fire. Helium is an inert gas and it is safe. Don’t fill the gas too much. Consider the thermal expansion and contraction of the gas.
H. Keith –
Wow! Kids love this Remote Control Inflatable Shark and Clownfish so much. I had my brother’s kids over on the weekend to spend time with my daughters. The fun we had with this shark was so much that I had to come back here to give credit to Unicun. I am very impressed by this product and have ordered one for my brother’s kids. I am just imagining how thrilled they will be when they receive theirs and are able to play with it in their home.
M. Sherr –
There is hardly anything cooler than this. The instructions to set the product up was clear to understand and it didn’t take us much time to do so. One of the controllers came damaged but thanks to Unicun’s service. They sent a replacement immediately. The controllers work fine now.