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April 25, 2012 - PRLog -- London, UK, April, 2012- With summer just around the corner it is time to starting getting in the mood so, the ultimate gadget shop, has put together a guide to its favourite summer gadgets, guaranteed to keep you occupied come rain or shine. Run free, get wet, get flying and soak up what little sun the British weather bestows on us with these great new products from

Archery Set Stealth- £16.95
The Archery Stealth Set has the ability to blast its arrows over a massive 36ft. Poor old Robin Hood doesn’t stand a chance. We don't condone firing at any living thing (no matter how much they've annoyed you) so as a little bonus; the box has a cut out target so you can practice your aim to your heart’s content, without risking the wrath of your mum when you ‘accidently’ take aim at your younger brother. Venting your frustration has never been such fun.
Not suitable for children under 14 years of age.

VaporizR Amphibian Car -£59.95
Thanks to its twin motors this 4x4 car can handle nearly every terrain you throw at it – you could even take it into your bath (if your bath was big enough). It really is a car for all weathers and all surfaces, which is just as well given the unpredictability of the British summer. Being fully amphibious it can not only handle lawns and tracks but also puddles, ponds and lakes as well. This means you can swim with the fishes, without crashing into them, as you’ll still have got full steering control even in the water.

Power Up Electric Paper Plane Kit -£14.95
No matter how elaborate your plane’s design is or how many flaps you’ve managed to fold, you will have done an excellent job if you can keep it in the air for longer than 4 seconds! Thanks to the latest addition at, you’re aircraft be able to stay airborne that little bit longer.  The Power Up – Electric Paper Plane Kit is a rechargeable engine that fits on to your model plane to give it that extra boost. It takes a little practice to perfect your plane, add the motor, tweak the nose and trim your wings, and you're off. We find old bills and invoices are the most enjoyable thing to watch disappear into the distance.

Giant Water Cannon -£29.95
If the average water pistols have become a bit tame and you’d prefer something with more of a kick, the Giant Water Cannon is an excellent way to dampen the hottest of days. The Giant Water Cannon includes a tripod to use as a ‘Tommy gun’ but it can also be taken off its stand for a good hunt down, and since its attached to the hose pipe, there’s no need to worry about running out of ammo, unless someone turns off the tap or your water fight plans are scuppered by the hose pipe ban.
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About RED5
The first RED5 store opened its doors in 2005 and the company currently has 15 standalone physical shops as well as established concessions at Hamleys and Selfridges. The website followed in 2006, as a result of rapidly growing customer demand. With a priority on quality and originality, the RED5 buying team search far and wide to bring the coolest and most innovative gifts and gadgets to customers, before the rest of the market. Although RED5 may appear to be a new kid on the block, in reality it is anything but, founders Jonathan Elvidge and Joth Baron, were both part of the team behind The Gadget Shop, the original high street gadget retailer.
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