Flying TARDIS-copter seduces our wallets
What is this, a TARDIS for ants? A real dimensionally-transcendental police box needs to be at least... three times as big
This flying remote-controlled TARDIS will not traverse the space-time vortex with a hearty Vworp-Vworp. Nor is it cavernous enough for anything bigger than an ant.
But that doesn’t really matter, does it? We’re sure the real TARDIS is just around the corner, sandwiched in the technological timeline between better smartphone batteries and printers that that actually let you cancel print jobs.
But we digress. This mini remote controlled TARDIS has been blessed with the power of flight, thanks to two mini helicopter blades attached to its top.
Sure it’s about as aerodynamic as a sumo wrestler covered in bricks, but we all know that won’t make a difference to your purchasing decision.
You want it, we want it, and it can be yours to order for US$47. Sadly there’s no UK pricing or release information as yet, but seeing as you just bought it, that’s a little irrelevant don’t you think?
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