Protocol Gears Up For the Holidays with Series of Sleek New Remote Controlled ‘Toys’ that Will Rev Up Enthusiasts and Keep Them Flying High

August 12, 2011

New Collection of RC Helicopters and Cars Launches at 2011 New York International Gift Fair August 13-18

New York, NY (PRWEB) August 10, 2011

While the state of the economy may be getting some people down, Protocol (http://www.ProtocolNY.com), a leading manufacturer and marketer of cool branded, upscale, gift, gadget, and household products is making it easy for people to fly high and keep their spirits up with its new collection of remote controlled helicopters and cars, created expressly for the discriminating RC enthusiast.

Gearing up for the holiday season and ready to unveil its newest creations, Protocol will once again take part in the annual New York International Gift Fair (NYIGF), which will take place at the Jacob Javits Center from August 13th to the 18th. The company will reveal the latest models in its remote controlled helicopter and car collection.

“Protocol is excited to participate in this year’s New York International Gift Fair,” said Robert Goldy, CEO of the Manhattan-based company . “The NYIGF is the place to find the hottest new upscale gifts for the holiday season, and Protocol will be introducing some of its most thrilling items to date.”


Take to the skies with one of the best flying RC helicopters there is! Now, the luxury of flying high isn’t limited to the Donald Trumps of the world, and the RC helicopter collector can do it with coolness and style with the latest offerings from Protocol:

Accelerator̢Ң with Gyro, 3.5-Channel Outdoor Radio Control Helicopter

The sky is the limit with this big new outdoor addition that will get the adrenaline pumping, even for experienced pilots. With a sleek, aerodynamic design, a 29″ length and 22″ wingspan, and bright flashing multi-colored LED lights, this chopper is designed to soar the great outdoors. (Available at Future Shop and Best Buy Canada)

EagleJet̢Ң with Gyro, 3.5-Channel Radio Control Helicopter

Maneuver up, down, right, left, forward and backward, and even hover. It’s so easy thanks to the built-in gyroscopic circuit that maintains orientation for ultimate ease of control. Its radio signal (not just infrared) helps it fly farther in larger indoor spaces, and even outdoors on calm days. It comes well-equipped with a precise auto-stabilizing co-axial rotor system, and its LED running lights are bright enough for night navigation. Cushioned landing skids make this the best helicopter for training on larger size models. (Available at Macys)

StealthHawk̢Ң with Gyro, 3.5-Channel Radio Control Helicopter

Push the boundaries of RC helicopter flight! Blast through previous speed limits with this new helicopter that offers speed and precision with unmatched military detail, including troop personnel ready for action. Bright fore and aft lights illuminate targets and assure the StealthHawk is mission ready. (Available at Best Buy)


In the world of high-performance cars, design and speed are everything. The same holds true for RC vehicles. This season Protocol launches new RC car models that will help you put the pedal to the metal for maximum fun.

Off-Trak Racer

Tackle even the toughest terrain. This racer with a powerful RC engine packs a punch with its aerodynamic design and rear wing for speed and control. It’s got full frontal, forward, backwards, right and left action as well as flashing cornering alert lights that signal when making right and left turns. (Available at Lord & Taylor)

Wall-Climber Zero Gravity RC Car

Break the laws of gravity. With the look of a sleek superfast speedster, this RC car can not only handle the floor, but it can also hit the walls with ease and maneuverability. Its omni-directional controls allow it to move forward, in reverse, to the left and right, and its durable construction features LED tail and headlights. The Wall-Climber even charges directly through the remote control transmitter. (Available at Macys.com)

Radio Controlled Amphibious Super-Tank

Ready, aim, fire. This new land-to-sea super-tank can handle the roughest of terrains when its wheels are down. The forward, backward, left and right maneuverability and flashing lights make this the ideal piece of weaponry. And with its easy remote controlled push-button conversion, the wheels fold up and it’s ready to power through the water, taking the battle to the enemy wherever they may be. It even shoots a payload of 5 rubberized missiles. (Available at Best Buy)

For more information about Protocol products, please visit http://www.ProtocolNY.com or call 212-247-7294. Retailers and media can stop by and preview Protocol’s collection at Booth # 2234 at the 2011 New York International Gift Fair. More information about the New York International Gift Fair can be obtained by visiting http://www.nyigf.com.

About Protocol

Protocol develops and manufactures upscale, design-oriented gifts and housewares products for people who appreciate high design. Its customers include major retail chains, specialty stores, and independent gift retailers throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. Protocol celebrates its 21st anniversary this year.

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