Gadgets: The RC Rubber Duck

link to I want one of those From our completely useless but great department: Here comes the remote controlled Bath Duck.

“…Waterproof (rather obviously) and with two tiny propellers this avian wonder will scoot about your bath, and all under your control. He’s remarkably zippy considering the diminutive size of his propellers, and of course goes forwards and backwards as well as left and right, putting all your unpowered ducks to shame…”

Yours for about USD 15 from I want one of Those

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