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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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.
If you enjoy the fun of radio-controlled vehicles, but dont 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 dont 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.
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I'd give it 5 stars if I could play with it for more than a few minutes before the battery dies. Still prettyfun.Published 2 months ago by Danny B - PDX
Very Cheaply made. My step-son tried it once and it fell apartPublished 6 months ago by Valerie Danielsen