If US$300 for a Parrot AR Drone is a bit too rich for you, then this 3-channel rechargeable iHelicopter could be good for a few inexpensive laughs. The ZT170 normally costs a little over $40, so $33.60 including delivery ain’t bad. You get up to 5 minutes flying time per charge, and there’s a free iPhone app to control it, too. Physically, it actually looks quite similar to the Griffin Helo TC, though Griffin’s app looks slicker. [Lightake via OzBargain]
Lunchtime Deal: iPhone Controlled iHelictopter...$33.60
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