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Answering the calls of our customers for a kit to meet the needs of the NARAM 1/8A HD event, FlisKits is proud to introduce the:

Tiddlywink

Available for purchase RIGHT NOW, the Tiddlywink provides a moderately complex build that results in an easy to prep and fly model. The implementation of a deployment piston eliminates the need (and complexity) of a burn string. Light weight, streamline and with lots of surface on the blades, for good lift, the Tiddlywink can turn in some great flights (flights to 55 seconds have been recorded).

From our main page click on PRODUCTS / MICROMAXX / KITS or just click this link!

Great for competition, the Tiddlywink is also a great sport helicopter bird. Just having a rocket that changes its configuration during flight is awesome. In micro-sized it is simply INCREDIBLE!

Joining her sister ship, the Nanite, the Tiddlywink will brighten any fleet of competition birds, helicopter birds, micro birds, or any birds you may currently have!

Micro rocketry FlisKits style. Good stuff!

Aim for the ceiling, and try not to miss! (TM)

jim
 

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WOW

Unexpected excitement over THIS kit! I should'a offered it in 6-packs :)

We sold out quickly but are offering free shipping to anyone who wants to buy one at NARCON. Heck, it's OUR fault that we didn't bring enough, not the NARCON attendees....

Very fast seller. It's so good to see after months of economy induced slow sales... :)

jim
 

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Unexpected excitement over THIS kit! I should'a offered it in 6-packs :)

We sold out quickly but are offering free shipping to anyone who wants to buy one at NARCON. Heck, it's OUR fault that we didn't bring enough, not the NARCON attendees....

Very fast seller. It's so good to see after months of economy induced slow sales... :)

jim
Darn, Now I'll have to wait.. So I guess having you hand deliver one at a CMASS launch will count as free shipping.
 
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