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  • 3+ Ways to Play! Battle Tracker can be played in multiple modes with single or multiplayer missions
  • Intelligent Auto Tracking Technology delivers real-life interactive battle play
  • Built in Steady-Fly Technology for advanced flight stability
  • ART Intelligence acknowledges each situation
  • Includes: 1 Battle Tracker with Tethered Remote Control, 18 Missiles, 1 Disk Shooting Helicopter, 7 Discs, 1 Disc Removal Tool, 1 Helicopter Remote Control, 1 Instruction Manual
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 6 x 12 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B007X93IZ0
  • Item model number: 20051716
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 12 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,021 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
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Product Description

The all new Air Hogs Battle Tracker delivers head to head interactive combat! Take command of the Disc Launching Helicopter as the A.R.T (Automated Robotic Turret) tracks your every move. Prepare for evasive manoeuvres as you dodge powerful missiles aimed to knock you out of the sky. Return fire and disable the A.R.T before it successfully lands a shot. In Single Player/Auto Mode you can take control of the heli and launch disks at the A.R.T antenna. Beware as A.R.T tracks your every move while releasing a devastating payload of missiles. Don't underestimate the advanced intelligence tracking system as you go head to head in battle! It's easy to switch to two Player/Manual Mode using the A.R.T remote control. Face off against friends and see who will be victorious! Switch roles as you control two different advanced weapon systems and discover each of their advantages. Both the A.R.T and Disk Shooting Helicopter can also be controlled independently. Battle them against other Air Hogs vehicles and become the ultimate battle ready sharpshooter. The high powered disk launching heli features a resilient hard plastic body armoured to withstand all combat scenarios. Steady Fly TechnologyTM software detects flight instability and auto adjusts rotor systems delivering superior, stable flight. The advanced disk release system lets you launch your payload in rapid or single bursts. Fire across massive distances and turn any room into an adrenaline fuelled combat zone.

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The all-new Air Hogs Battle Tracker delivers head-to-head interactive combat. Take command of the Disc-Launching Helicopter as the A.R.T (Automated Robotic Turret) tracks your every move. Enter the heat of battle with both single and multiplayer modes: Single Player: Auto Mode. Take control of the heli and launch disks at the A.R.T antenna. But, beware. A.R.T tracks your every move while releasing a devastating payload of missiles. Don’t underestimate the advanced intelligence tracking system as you go head-to-head in battle. 2-Player: Manual Mode. Easily switch to manual mode using the A.R.T remote control. Face-off against friends and see who will be victorious. Switch roles as you control 2 different advanced weapon systems and discover each of their advantages. Other Modes: Both the A.R.T and Disk Shooting Helicopter can be controlled independently. Battle them against other Air Hogs vehicles and become the ultimate battle-ready sharpshooter. Disk Launching Helicopter: Launch your way to victory with the high-powered disk launching heli. The resilient hard-plastic body is armored to withstand all combat scenarios. Steady-Fly Technology software detects flight instability and auto adjusts rotor systems delivering superior, stable flight. The advanced disk release system lets you launch your payload in rapid or single bursts. Automated Robotic Turret: The A.R.T is a state-of-the-art robot built with auto tracking technology and lock-on sequencing. It intelligently tracks and monitors flight patterns of the Disk Launching Helicopter and locks-on for fatal shots. The advanced missile load and release system launches missiles with precision and speed to challenge even the greatest of Air Hogs Pilots. Its built in sensor intelligence responds to disk impacts and recognizes when its been defeated. But don’t expect and easy battle as the robotic voice analyzes and speaks during battle to distract its opponents.

Customer Reviews

It takes 30 minutes to charge the helicopter and you get just short of 5 minutes fly time.
MannyB
This is very easy to use, so folks who aren't up to flying the tricky helicopter can get in on the fun.
Dustin Farahnak
Overall, I would highly recommend this toy to anyone who wants a fun time with lots of laughs.
Mika

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89 of 92 people found the following review helpful By V. Hutson TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 27, 2012
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My son has another Air Hogs' helicopter so he is pretty experienced flying these--but this is his first helicopter that actually shoots something and that did make things a lot more fun.

The set comes with a helicopter that shoots small disks and a battle station that shoots nerf-like projectiles. The goal of the helicopter is to hit the radar dish at the top of the battle station which then shuts down the station. The goal of the battle station is to shoot down the helicopter. Several times my son was able to hit the dish from close range--but it wasn't hard enough to actually turn off the station. We haven't had enough time to determine why but if I do I will add to this post.

The feature I found the most fascinating is that the battle station can actually be set to automatic and it automatically tracks and shoots at the helicopter. The video I included has the station set to automatic so you can see how well it tracks the helicopter on its own. Otherwise, it does have a remote control that would allow a playmate to control the battle station. This is great when you have more than one child who wants to play.

The battle station takes helicopter take a total of 10 AA batteries. The helicopter needs to be recharged after a couple minutes of flight--but that is pretty typical of these light weight flying vehicles that cannot carry their own batteries due to weight issues. I haven't timed how long it takes to recharge the helicopter but if I do I will post that later as well.

Another nice feature of this set is that both the battle station and helicopter could be used in a variety of different play settings to shoot at any small item (blocks, action figures, etc.) you want to knock over.

Over the years we've owned a lot of different Air Hogs products and this may prove to be one of our favorites.
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63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Chris VINE VOICE on October 12, 2012
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I must say I was initially rather skeptical when I read the product description. Our family already has some experience with the Air Hogs helicopters, but adding in an automatic tracking-and-firing missile turret...I had a hard time believing it would live up to expectations. Still, I figured even if it didn't work exactly as we hoped that it would be a fun distraction for my 11 year old's birthday. :-)

When the box arrived, I was initially a little surprised at the size. I expected the turret to be bigger than the chopper, but I was pretty impressed with the overall size of the product. As with other Air Hogs products, it just "looks cool" and looks to be made of good quality stuff. As has been mentioned in other reviews, this does require 10 (TEN) AA batteries. Fortunately we had just enough. Unfortunately it took much longer to get the toy out of the box than it did to find the batteries. One thing's pretty sure...it's unlikely that the turret or chopper will come loose in the package and get broken. They are strapped up inside by a multitude of clips and cables.

We finally got everything out and batteries in place and hooked the helicopter up to start charging. While we waited for the helicopter to charge, we powered up the turret.

Our first reaction was "Whoa!! That's cool...ominous...and loud." The turret speaks in a robotic voice announcing its presence and purpose. It cycled through a brief (~5-10 second) demo showing that it could pivot on its axes and then it tilted back and pretended to fire its payload (it made the missile launching sounds, but didn't actually fire anything in the demo). As mentioned in the product description, it comes with two modes: Automatic and Manual.
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You're the pilot of a stealth helicopter, flying over unfamiliar and uninhabitable terrain when suddenly out of nowhere missiles start firing at you. It turns out, there is a highly sensitive, unmanned robotic battle station designed to follow your movements and destroy you. You try to outmaneuver, but it just keeps firing. Suddenly, you're hit but you manage to stay up in the air, and decide to go on the offense, firing directly upon the tracker and destroying it in a single, well aimed shot.

Something like that, I guess, is what you have to imagine here. Or, you can just think: this is a hilarious and fun toy, I'm remote-controlling a helicopter and this robot-thing on the ground is tracking my every movement, announcing its strikes loudly in a scary robotic voice. My sons and I couldn't stop laughing as we played with it. When you have the tracker on automatic, it's just fun to watch, as it follows the movements of the helicopter. It just makes it more intense, I guess, to maneuver the copter. Most of the shots fall short, unless the helicopter's pretty close, but ... and I don't know why, it's just funny to watch. I guess that's perverse because I generally don't like war toys. I guess thinking it's one unmanned robot against another drone helicopter makes it more palatable. Anyhow it's fun. You can also have two "players" and control the tracker with an attached remote. That part's pretty easy.

It takes longer to get the hang of the helicopter. First, you've got to get used to hovering. If you elevate too quickly, you can't slow down and hover without dropping directly to the ground. So you have to rise up slowly, making no sudden moves. It takes longer to get used to navigating left and right and around obstacles, but a few sessions with this and we got pretty good.
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