Whether or not you believe in the existence of visitors from outer space, UFOs and flying saucers are real. Consider getting one of these RCFOs -- radio controlled flying objects -- for all your skywatching friends.
Micro Flying Saucer, Think Geek
This is a different-looking sort of flying saucer. It has 4 propellers, scalloped edges on the saucer, and cut-outs. It can move left and right, forward and reverse, and rotate in place or move up and down. There's an EZ mode on the controller as well as an accelerometer to help provide more stable flight when just starting out. Trims itself automatically too.
Flying RC UFO Saucer Image provided by RaidenTech
This tiny little guy is a UFO-looking 2-channel mini helicopter with dual counter-rotating blades -- that makes it more stable, easier for kids to keep it in the air. For indoors and outdoors. Try it in the dark -- it comes with blue, red, and green LED lights. With 3 frequencies you can fly up to 3 at the same time.
MicroFly RC UFO Image Courtesy of Red Rocket Hobby Shop
This little flying craft fits easily in your hand. It does vertical take-offs, hovers, and flies for about 7 minutes on a 10 minute charge. There's an eerie blue LED light on top. For indoor flying. One cool feature: You can control multiple MicroFly spacecraft with one remote for some UFO swarms. You'll need 6 AA batteries. It looks like a version of the Tomy QFO
Vectron Blackhawk Flying Saucer Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
With this flying saucer you get a ring of programmable LED lights. How cool would it be to watch it hovering in the darkness with up to 4 messages displaying (how about "We Come in Peace" or "Take Me To Your Leader").
RC UFO Helicopter Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
This isn't an ordinary RC helicopter. Four ringed propellers fit together to form this hovering UFO that can spin left and right, pitch forward and backward and side to side, and works indoors and outdoors. It has red and blue flashing LED lights, a 4-channel transmitter, and comes with a manual with flying tips. Recommended for ages 14 and up.
Light Up Flying Saucer Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
This flying saucer does vertical takeoffs, hovers, and go up to 40 feet above ground. It has lights on top, bottom, and its sides. Control it with a pistol-grip style transmitter.
Air Hogs Vectron Phazor Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
The Spinmaster Air Hogs version of the Vectron flying saucer that goes up and down and hovers. It's an indoor/outdoor flyer with pistol-grip controller.
Intelli UFO Mini RC Helicopter Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
This tiny UFO fits in your hand. It has dual rotors on top that seem to disappear in a darkened room so you get an eerier UFO effect. Three models each come with their own frequencies so you and a couple of friends can have alien air races together.
UFO Mothership Blimp Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
For indoor use, this blimp is a 51" Mylar balloon with flashing LED lights on the gondala. The 3-channel radio has a 300 feet range making it suitable for indoor sports and entertainment arenas. Hover this high above the audience then have some RC flying saucers or a smaller blimps descend from above -- that would be cool.
Mach III RC Flying Saucer Blimps Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
From Interactive Toy Concepts, this is a set of two silver metallic indoor flying saucer shaped blimps. Each one is 36" around and come with 3-channel controllers. Fill them with helium then pit your alien hovering skills against a friend. You can also purchase a single blimp (Compare Prices
Megatech Blimp Combo Image Courtesy of PriceGrabber
You get two indoor/outdoor (with tether) blimps in this set. Airship 1 is 36 inches long. Area 51 is a flying saucer shaped 26" diameter blimp with "alien" markings. Both have forward, reverse, and up and down flying and preprogrammed lights on the gondola controlled from the transmitter.
This is your ultimate radio controlled UFO. At $5,000 this isn't a child's toy. Wonder how many UFO reports you'll generate if you fly this special helium-filled blimp over the night sky? It can carry a color camera, display logos, and has a "bomb drop system" for Guerilla marketing.