Spoil your new pet with a few new toys from Flying Fish in High Springs and watch them leap for joy for their new toy.
We were so “toyed” out by the end of our travels through Toy Fair that we almost didn’t notice that there were flying fish above our heads. We are looking forward to testing these from the
Air Swimmers is definitely one of those simple ideas with a good entertainment value. The helium filled mylar balloons stay in the air on their own and you can control them using remote control. In fact the controller takes 3 AAA batteries and the flying fish only utilizes one. According to the inventor, they can stay afloat for upto 2 weeks on a single refill. Two models that we saw at the Toy Fair were a flying shark and second one was clown fish.
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Air Swimmers Shark The Air Swimmers Shark is the most popular fish of the air swimmers family right above the Angry Birds Air Swimmers. It’s a toy invented by the William Mark corporation, a company specialised in flying toys. How… Learn how to assemble your Air Swimmer with this step by step video guide explaining the construction and functionality in easy to understand detail.
The giant sized flying fish is easy to control in the tightest of spaces using radio control.
The remote control also moves the fish up and down in the air by moving the 'pod track' forward (fish goes down) and backwards (so the fish swims higher).
With this video you can learn how to fully assemble and fly your Air Swimmer with precise control and graceful movements.
Air Swimmers are available to buy from retailers such as Argos, Toys R Us, Debenhams, Hamleys, Modelzone and many more! is partnering with by collecting toys for the organization. To participate, bring a toy to Flying Fish anytime during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., through Dec. 11. Well, of course they’re just a toys, but the promotional video from Air Swimmers has really convinced us at that these fish look pretty real. Who knows, you might be able to convince your victim that they are real flying fish!