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Introducing Nikko's missile firing N-Blaster

R/C specialist unveils its hero product for 2013.
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Following on from last year’s impressive amphibious VaporizR, Nikko has revealed the N-Blaster.

The product has a built-in tri-missile launcher and a laser for target acquisition and in-the-dark play.

The N-Blaster can reach speeds of up to 15 kilometres per hour, has three motors and the ability to do 360-degree spins.

It also comes with Nikko’s new 1-Hour Quick charger, which recharges the six-volt Battery Pack in just one hour.

Nikko said: “What do kids want? Action, excitement and speed. That’s exactly what the new Nikko radio control vehicle is all about.”

Peterkin has the UK distribution for Nikko.

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