Top R/C toy Micro Drone seeks more stockists

Product is expected to sell 150,000 units over the next 12 months.
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Extreme Fliers, the company behind the Micro Drone remote control copter, is looking for more firms to help distribute it.

It has reported a massive response from the trade and expects to sell more than 150,000 units over the next year, reaching revenues of £5 million.

Extreme Fliers MD Vernon Kerswell told ToyNews: “We are looking for more stockists and distributors; the response from customers and sales in the last three months has been phenomenal.

“In the four years since Extreme Fliers launched, we have become a global R/C toy brand with distribution in 13 countries."

Micro Drone launched at Autumn Fair last year. 

Extreme Fliers: 020 8144 3154

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