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A little over a month ago, I reviewed The Silverlit Nano Falcon – the world’s smallest RC helicopter. People are still asking me about it, and the crazy thing is that it’s a requested activity daily here at Rock Father HQ… daily. The girls ask me to pilot it for them every single day – and I do. I like to think it’s the Island Hopper from MAGNUM P.I. as I allow it to fly throughout my office and the rest of the house. But enough about our house – how about YOURS? With Rock Father’s Day coming, I’m throwing this out there as a Gift Guide item, and the folks at Silverlit and I are teaming up to get one lucky reader hooked up with one of these choppers to call their own – a $50 value!

Watch: The Silverlit Nano Falcon Flying at Rock Father HQ!

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Enter to win a Silverlit Nano Falcon!

Use the Rafflecopter Widget below (it will guide you), starting with the first (mandatory) entry method – Scroll down and Leave a comment that shares your answer to the following: 

QUESTION: What is your favorite real or fictional flying machine?

After that, you can complete social actions for additional, completely optional entries. Please Note: By entering giveaways on The Rock Father, you agree to comply with my fairness policy.

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The Fine Print: 

Promotion open to residents of the U.S. only, ages 18+, void where prohibited. Winner will be chosen on, about, or after June 25, 2014, and will be notified via email to obtain their shipping address. If no response within 24 hours, an alternate winner will be chosen. Prize will be provided by Silverlit Toys.

1980s-style Disclaimer: Many will enter, few will win! Please allow 8-12 weeks for delivery of prizing (seriously, probably not that long), The Rock Father is not responsible for any lost or misdirected packages. In the rare occasion that a prize does not arrive (which, sadly, has happened), you have no remedy other than moving on.

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