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Spinmaster Air Hogs Battling Havoc R/C Helicopters


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  • Air Hogs has reached a new limit with the amazing Havoc Heli Laser Battling Set^Now you can battle helicopters with your friends and shoot them down from the sky^Simply fly into position, fire from your controller and BAM! your opponent goes into a wild tailspin^The Havoc Heli Battling set comes complete with 2 helicopters, 2 controllers^Remote requires 6 "AA" batteries (not included)
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Spinmaster Air Hogs Battling Havoc R/C Helicopters + Set of Four Replacement Tail Props (Qty 4) for Mini Infrared Remote Control Electric Helicopter
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000SOW55G
  • Item model number: 6009297
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 18 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,530 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Air Hogs Havoc Heli is the world's smallest, most advanced radio-controlled helicopter. Laser Battle Helis are armed with infrared beam weapons complete with authentic battle sounds and action. Laser Battle comes with one Laser Battling Havoc, one Havoc Stinger, two controllers or chargers, built-in batteries, two sets of extra tail rotors, two sets of silver weight tabs and one instruction sheet. You have two-toggle, four-way directional control of dual-rotary blades and a tail rotor fly up, down, left, right, forward, back or hover with amazing precision.

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If you enjoy the fun of radio-controlled vehicles, but don’t always want to leave the comfort of your couch to go outside and play, check out these Air Hogs Havoc Helicopters. Measuring a mere six inches long and weighing only a half pound, these small but mighty choppers are made for indoor dueling -- so you don’t have to quit flying just because of bad weather or a dark sky. A crash-resistant foam fuselage means you can perfect your piloting skills using the dual-toggle, single-throttle wireless controller. The twin drive props in back and dual rotors on top provide exceptional stability and precise six-way directional control -- up, down, left, right, forward, and back. Sled-style landing gear means set-downs should be gentle, too.

Single Copter
The tiny flier fits easily in the palm of your hand.
Not just for meant flying solo, the Havoc copters are designed for fun with others. In what is almost like a live video game, each helicopter uses its infrared beam weapons to engage in a mid-air battle against the other. The first pilot to hit his opponent three times with the beam (complete with battle sounds) will be victorious as the enemy heads into a wild tailspin. Six AA batteries are required, but not included, for the remote controls. The helicopters are powered by rechargeable lithium batteries, and the charger comes with the set.

Customer Reviews

Great toy, lots of fun and very durable.
A. Tolson
When he pulled them out to play with them again the next day, one helico stopped working.
S. Hope
Five minutes of flight time, then you have to recharge.
Daniel D. Ortega

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 89 people found the following review helpful By kz on November 6, 2007
I was hesitant to buy this based on previous bad luck with Air Hogs products. However, I risked it and bought it for my son's eleventh birthday. My two boys LOVE these things, and I have been surprised that they have actually lasted a few days, proving to be more durable than their lightweight and skimpy appearance would suggest.

Understand that you only get about 5 minutes of flying time before a 15-20 minute recharge is needed. Also, while they are more controllable than the players in the old vibrating football game, don't count on being able to perform precision maneuvers or even to be able to always get it to go in the general direction that you like. That being said, everything else about these copters is fun. The helicopters spin out of control for a second or two after getting shot, but a good pilot flying high should be able to recover. The IR range seems to be decent as my boys have been able to shoot each other down from across the room.
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137 of 143 people found the following review helpful By S. Heady on November 7, 2007
I purchased this set with the dreams of flying around the room battling with friends. I was some what disappointed on this level. Is it a fun toy? absolutely. Would I have loved to had one when I was a kid? Absolutely. The commercials do not portray them the way they really are though. Your going to need a big room in order to achieve hovering. Then if you are able to get a shot off at the other helicopter in the five minutes your lucky. The right joy stick only has left and right movement so you are really limited on the amount of control you have to fly around the room. If your a kid, then this will be an awesome toy. Who hasn't dreamed of flying a tiny remote control toy in the house. If your an older kid at heart, then this toy isn't for you. You'll do as I did, play with it, get frustrated at how hard they are to maneuver and return them so you can have your 70 bucks back.
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111 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Kennedy on November 8, 2007
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I'm a HUGE fan of the Air Hogs line - most of their planes and helicopters are really fun. These little units are similar in size and shape to the other Air Hogs helicopter - the Havoc, but it's not the same. The body shape is slightly different, and it uses a more dense type of foam, and the rear rotor seems to have been improved a bit.

The fighting is pretty good, but sometimes it's difficult to actually aim the buggers - that could be my own lack of skill talking, but it's something to consider. It's also quite okay from the remote's perspective to just hold down the trigger and fire IR everywhere, and since it bounces off walls somewhat, in a small room this could make the game less enjoyable/challenging.

Keep in mind that you really don't need two people to play unlike other games - if two people are around, great, if not, the havocs are a ton of fun to fly by themselves.

Like the original havoc, these guys need a little weight (the included panels or some tape with a small weight do the trick) to fly forward, otherwise they hover and float on air currents.
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104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Dan Masters on August 16, 2007
I got these today and they are so much fun! I had one of the origin havoc heli and have been waiting until these were released. They fly as good if not better then the original havoc's.

The controllers have buttons that allow you to shoot at the other heli and make a machine guns sound. When a heli gets "hit" then it beings to spin out on control and falls from the air.

This is really a great set for anyone that likes these types of toys.
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35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on November 16, 2007
The helicopters are awesome if they work - I just don't like "ifs" when I buy toys for my son. One helicopter worked right out of the box. The second one would not fly correctly no matter how much tinkering I did with the tail rotors and blades. Now the original is not working after a fair bit of use by my son and I guess I need to order new blades. But, for the time it flew, it was a lot of fun for my son (and me too). I cannot recommend them due to the lack of reliability.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jane Wille on November 16, 2007
I bought these for my husband's birthday. Needless to say, everyone in the house quickly got into the action. Our sons, ages 7 and 9 have become quite proficient at flying the helicopters. Thus far the helicopters haven't broken, even after being crashed into other objects many, many times. I bought the extra parts to be prepared, but haven't used them yet. You can fly them around a room and shoot each other, but don't expect to be able to have precise control - flying through a doorway can be challenging. A lot of fun and I've recommended these to friends.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tyler Forge on November 29, 2007
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First, a recommendation. Buy a few of the non dogfight variety also. Very useful for training and testing modifications. Oh yeah - mods. There are mods. Sadly, I can't paste URLs in an amazon review. hint: piccoztoolbox

Also, you can fight with the regular helis by getting over top your opponent and using your rotor down wash.

As for these little dog fighters ... Very cool. Reflected IR beams can be a problem, but in reality they can add an aspect of strategy to the fight. If the other guy gets next to a wall or into a corner, they deserve to catch a reflection. The center of the room, if the room is large enough, is the best place for avoiding reflections.

By the way, additional forward speed seems to help most folks control the heli, but doesn't help in a dogfight.
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