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Alpha Group UK’s TerraSect is back ‘by unprecedented consumer demand’

Alpha Group UK has brought back its Christmas 2018 sell-out sensation, TerraSect, just in time for the A/W19 season, as it looks to stamp its presence on the RC sector with its own ‘innovative technology.’

As the company expands its RC toy range, it remains optimistic that the product can once again hit the top spot on Christmas lists this year, with a combination of design and tech for gadget lovers this year.

TerraSect is a lizard-like creation that boasts stability across all-terrain navigation, allowing it to manoeuvre around all manner of obstacles and surfaces, while the rolling attack mode sees the creation coil and roll to take down its enemy.

TerraSect can roll, flip and crawl in all directions using the 2.4GHz controller, which has a 150-foot range for indoor and outdoor use.

Brand manager, Reg Sookee, at Alpha Group UK, said: “Terra-Sect took the market by storm last year, so much so that all stock sold out due to unprecedented consumer demand. It’s back again this year supported by a heavy weight targeted digital and TV campaign delivering the ideal gifting solution for children and older R/C enthusiasts.

“Our designs utilise the latest innovations and we continue to create products with a wow factor. With its unstoppable alien-technology and all terrain expertise, TerraSect isn’t going to hang about for long, so retailers should contact customer services to ensure stock for the busy festive period.”

Joining the range and further establishing Alpha’s R/C footprint in 2020, is Grrrumball.  A unique creature RC who growls and grumbles. With an Arm Smash Attack & Seismic Spin attack, Grrrumball is tipped by Alpha to be a favourite for next year.

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