Top Race tops drone charts

After sell-out success throughout 2016 with Top Race's line of drones and RC vehicles, the company is keen to keep up with demand in the sector with the release of a brand new live camera drone later this year.
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After recently revealing that the demand for drones as rocketed, Top Race has experienced an ‘amazing year’ in the toy space, and is setting itself up to an even more prosperous 2017.

Boasting a range of remote-controlled helicopters, cars, drones and UFOs, Top Race’s offering isn’t short of varied products for avid fans and newcomers to R/C toys.

“We have had an amazing year this year like never before, which made us happy to go forward with our new products for the coming year,” Naftuli Stern, company director at Top Race, told ToyNews.

It seems the market is starting to grow and prove to be even more competitive; something Top Race is keen to embrace with its wide-ranging and growing portfolio.

Stern continued: “Drones are as popular, however there is much more competition in the market this year, but we stay strong with our unique styles and functions which makes us stand out in today’s market.

“Our two top products sold out completely with high demand on our TR-Q511 Quad Cam Drone and our TR-130 Off Road Rock Crawler Truck during 2016.”

To help keep up with this trend, Top Race will roll out its latest TR-MQ8 Spy Drone, which boasts a camera to take images and videos.

And now that the firm’s sales team has been bolstered even further, it looks like 2017 is about to top 2016 for Top Race.


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