Alpha Group’s R/C TerraSect makes its return for Christmas 2019

Published on: 11th September 2019

Alpha Group UK’s TerraSect, is back for autumn/winter 19 after a successful Christmas in 2018.

TerraSect is back this season just in time for Christmas and is firmly making its mark as an innovation in R/C technology. As Alpha Group expands its leading R/C toy range, the stand-out offering is sure to be popular on Christmas lists again this year. Alpha’s forward-thinking design and cutting-edge technology combine to create a must-have product in the lead up to Christmas, providing the perfect gift for adventurers and gadget lovers.

The lizard-like creation has incredibly stable all-terrain navigation, which allows it to manoeuvre around all obstacles and surfaces, slithering stealthily across the ground. The rolling attack mode sees the impressive creation coil and roll to take down its enemy.

TerraSect can roll, flip and crawl in all directions using the 2.4GHz controller, which has a 150-foot range for indoor and outdoor use.

Brand manager at Alpha Group UK, Reg Sookee, said: “Terra-Sect took the market by storm last year, so much so that all stock sold out due to unprecedented consumer demand. It’s back again this year supported by a heavyweight targeted digital and TV campaign, delivering the ideal gifting solution for children and older R/C enthusiasts. Our designs utilise the latest innovations and we continue to create products with a wow factor. With its unstoppable alien-technology and all terrain expertise, TerraSect isn’t going to hang about for long, so retailers should contact customer services to ensure stock for the busy festive period.”

Joining the range and further establishing Alpha’s R/C footprint in 2020, is Grrrumball – a unique creature R/C. With an Arm Smash Attack & Seismic Spin attack, Grrrumball will become kids favourite wild friend next year. For information about this special beast and pre-order opportunities please contact


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