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While most drones have fly like a helicopter, the Bionic Bird mimics the flight dynamics of our avian friends, flapping its wings to stay airborne for up to 12 minutes on a charge. Its egg-shaped charger lets you juice back up in the field up to 12 times. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
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