The LEGO of action figures. ModiBots are 3D-printed action figures with swappable parts and accessories. The goal is to have an infinitely expandable set that you can personalize and easily repair or replace.
Get your late 70’s giant robot fix on with this fun poster series from the Boiling Point Creative Group. Unlike the original toys, these pieces aren’t spring loaded and won’t smack you in the eyeball.
B is a remote-controlled car and quadcopter in one. Its body is made of durable polycarbonate while its wheel housings and propellers are extremely elastic. Its battery lets it buzz around for up to 15min. per charge.
Build the most epic sandcastle on the beach with the help of these construction equipment inspired grips that can make short work of digging out even the stickiest of sand.
An impressive DIY build in which R/C enthusiast TheMiro59 built a model of the USS Enterprise NCC-1701-D which can actually fly. It even has fiber-optic lighting. Though it flies using a propeller, not warp nacelles.
This tiny indoor flyer weighs just 3 grams, but is nearly indestructible thanks to its carbon fiber frame and propellor. It’s not cheap, but it sure looks impressive in its aluminum carrying case. Flies for about 10 minutes per charge.
A remote-controlled blimp that uses a normal latex balloon as its airbag. The gondola has a ballast and three motors with propellers. Tape a pin on the balloon and you can have blimp dogfights.
An awesomely detailed 1559 piece LEGO kit based on Luke Skywalker’s X-Wing Fighter. The 20″ long model has wings which open and close smoothly, a see-through cockpit, and a tiny R2-D2 minifig.