Tell the neighbors you got this Radio-Controlled Pterosaur on a trip in your time machine, and if you fly the bird by them quickly enough they may not notice it's made of foam. Its radio-control console can steer this prehistoric beast from up to 100 feet away, and its 17-inch wingspan makes it small enough to fly indoors and out.
Its maker says the Pterosaur is easy to fly, and if you practice hard enough, you might be able to impress that scientist in the 1983 movie War Games, who had one just like this. Fly it at night, and everyone might be spooked by its scary-looking red LED eyes. It's a whole lot cheaper than a time machine, too, costing you $79.