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Kyosho Blizzard RC Plow Vehicle

With any luck, winter won't be hanging around too much longer — but just in case it stays a little longer than it's wanted, there's the Kyosho Blizzard RC Plow Vehicle. And while it's not going to be much use for actually clearing your driveway, it is a great way to take advantage of any lingering snowflakes. Built on plastic treads made to tackle some pretty serious snow, this little RC car is more than ready for winter's harshest bits. Comes completely assembled, with two powerful 380 size motors, a snow-proof chassis, and an independently-controlled snowplow.

  • Lego Mars Curiosity Rover

    For the uninitiated, Lego Cuusoo is a forum for brick fans to submit, and vote on, potential sets that may one day make it to a Lego store near you. And the fifth set to rise through the ranks of the internet, the Lego Mars Curiosity Rover ($30), is equally as impressive as the initial four. Modeled from a set designed by a real NASA engineer, the rover is ready to tackle any challenges it faces on the Red Planet, with six-wheel suspension, an articulated robot arm, and plenty of places to mount a camera. It's the perfect toy for any space buff, or for the adult collector who couldn't stand to let one of these coveted sets slip through his fingers.

  • Rubber Band Machine Gun

    No matter where you wage rubber band warfare — whether it's in your apartment with your buddies, or against co-workers in the office — you can take your game to a whole new level with the Rubber Band Machine Gun ($100). This all-wooden, fully-automatic rubber band gun functions very much like a gatling gun, with sixteen barrels able to hold multiple bands each. An electric motor rotates the barrels around a central axis with each trigger pull, letting you fire as many as 672 bands without reloading. And while reloading would normally make playing a complete pain, an included loader makes it take only minutes.