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WowWee Robotic DragonFly - Green (49 MHz)
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- Radio Controlled Flying Dragonfly Robot/ Green Color
- Capable of Maneuvering in Tight Spaces Flaps its Wings like a Real Insect
- Takes off from Any Surface and Glides Silently for Soft Landings
- Its Eyes Alert You of the Status by Blinking Pulsing or Shining Clear and Brig
- 0.10 Lbs (WxLxH) 3.40" x 16.50" x 12.30"
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Top Customer Reviews
When I got a chance at it I found it easy to fly and maneuver, even in the house. The charge lasts about 7 minutes which doesn't seem like a lot but prevents the toy from becoming boring. I would recommend this for any age except 15.
I suggest strongly buying 12 rechargeable batteries with a charger which costs almost as much as the dragonfly we spent $25 . You get about 6 minutes out of a charge and 10 flights out of a set of batteries . I usually spend about 30 minutes a day . This is really not for outdoor flight unless its very , very still . The wind could damage or take ahold of it and sweep it up on a roof or worse but if you have a area thats open with low wind try it at your own risk .
The little guy is cute and made of styrafoam , wire with a plastic tail and propellor at the end . Its very easy to put together if your batteries are charged you can be flying in 20 minutes . They suggest to always put it away with a full charge . It is fragile thats my main concern for children ( I am 50 LOL ) . You must be very careful taking it out of the box its wired and tied down . Never handle it by the wings wich are celophane and could tear very very easy . I have heard a little packing tape and or plastic wrap repairs them . Wowee has spare parts for sale at their website but they are not cheap it may be better to just buy another one if you run into problems and cant fix it with stuff around the house . If you want to fly 2 at the same time buy one with a 27 frequency and another with the 49 so the controllers dont interfere with eachother . Its a nice controller .
I found this very good to learn how to fly basic models . Several hours spent with one of these is wise before going with a real hobby plane or helicopter .Read more ›
I'm extremely jealous, and I want one of my own. Guess I'll be back at the store getting another one for me, as I know I can't pry it out of his hands! GREAT choice!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These aren't made anymore, but don't bother buying any new unopened one at i.e eBay. In January 2014 I bought a new one of these unopened in the box, & it never worked. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Bob
My son got one as a gift and it didn't function at all. The wings would occasionally flutter and then nothing would happen. Read morePublished on April 29, 2011 by JM
Exhibits a galloping motion aerodynamics people call a Phugoid oscillation. This can be damped out by adding horizontal tail area (I used 1mm Depron foam sheet from A2Z's online... Read morePublished on April 4, 2011 by Floyd E. White Jr.
This is an incredibly fun toy for those that enjoy flying things. there are 2 caveats:
1) need to have a large indoor space with minimal wind, like a school gym or... Read more
This product is so awesome! With a great deal like i had on this product i would think i got ripped off but i like it a ton! It has a fast reaction because of the whopping 49 MHz. Read morePublished on October 13, 2010 by Chris
I like a lot this Dragonfly, it's fun to use. The only points to consider are: 1- You cannot fly it at home, unless you have a very very big space inside. Read morePublished on August 28, 2010 by Nahuel
This toy is advertised as durable - however, the wings are very fragile and didn't hold up well - one wing ripped second time out. Also the charge lasts a very short time.Published on August 23, 2010 by paula
I bought it for my daughter's birthday gift. The problem was materials are so fragile; not plastic but almost styroform. It was just broken so easily before she enjoy enough.Published on July 9, 2010 by failed hope
I am a UAV/Robotics engineer and wanted to buy this to check out its flapwing design as we tend to view such designs as pretty preposterous compared to traditional fixed wings or... Read morePublished on May 22, 2010 by Amber M. Anderson