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XPV 2.0 Shadow Hawk Red 27 MHz

2.8 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Updated, restyled, evolution of the original XPV with 80% more playtime!
  • Drives like a car, flies like a plane
  • Flies up to 30 MPH and over 20 stories
  • Flight range of over 300 feet
  • Ready to Run - Includes XPV Battery System that also charges USB devices
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Product Description

Product Description

radio control airplane

From the Manufacturer

The next generation Extreme Performance Vehicle! Updated, restyled, evolution of the original XPV with 80% more playtime! Drives like a car, flies like a plane. Flies up to 30 MPH and over 20 stories. Flight range of over 300 feet. Capable of performing amazing aerial stunts and awesome tricks on the ground. New, super-light stealth styling inspired by real stealth planes. Twin turbo engine design. 80% longer run time vs. original XPV. 2 Channel controller. Ready to Run - Includes XPV Battery System that also charges USB devices. Built-in rechargeable 7.4V Lithium Ion Polymer Battery. Made with impact resistant material. Includes first aid vehicle repair kit.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 18.5 x 14 x 4 inches
Item Weight 7.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 7.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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ASIN B000QX7ZGS
Item model number 74123 - 27 MHz
Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #1,020,241 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#6,994 in Toys & Games > Play Vehicles > Toy RC Vehicles & Batteries > Toy RC Vehicles
#24,095 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids
Customer Reviews
2.8 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars

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Not suitable for children under 36 months, due to small parts.

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Customer Reviews

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By J. Black on December 9, 2007
My son got this XPV for a gift last year. We have a large 7 acre field behind our house to fly it in. I was skeptical because over the previous year we had purchased several remote control airplanes and helicopters and they had never lasted more then a few days.
The XPV was purchased for an 8 year old at full retail price. My husband and I made sure that we were always present when the XPV was taken out. We are impressed with the tricks that could be done, the flying time, and at first it seemed more duriable then past remote control purchases.
After a few weks we let our son use it on his own more, with us watching. After 1 month the XPV took a nose dive and was no longer usable.
It was a great toy while it lasted. I don't know how much more careful we could have been.
I ceratinly would not recomend buying this for a young child. Maybe a middle school age child that is really careful and make sure you have al arge open space to fly it in, no trees!
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We have one Red and one Blue of these. They fly very fast and higher than I expected. I was surprised how long the charge lasts. We were able to take turns flying this and all four of us got several turns. We had some pretty spectacular crashes at first with full throttle going and there was some obvious wear, but no broken parts. My 8 year old was able to fly this when we showed him to use little taps to the right to keep it level right after take off. These are fun and are higher quality than other flying toys we have had. Overall, we like this a lot.
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Pros: flying capabilities; durability compared to other fliers; price when I bought it.

Cons: long charging time; can't charge from controller's batteries unlike other fliers.

My "Starscream," a different brand and model of radio-controlled styrofoam aircraft, recently and tragically got caught in a very high, impossibly inaccessible tree branch. Searching on Amazon for an equivalent replacement, I saw the XPV 2.0 Shadow Hawk for $21. For the stated capabilities, I figured it was a steal and bought one for myself and a second for a friend. After playing with it, I'd consider it a great buy at $30. (I would say $40 or $45, but if you read the rest of my review, you might want to buy a car lighter socket adapter to help charge it, making for a higher total price.)

This is not just any old styrofoam R/C toy: this is a durable, highly capable flier that will delight grown-ups too.

My first impression: wow, the XPV Shadow Hawk is HUGE. Almost 13" long, and 13" wingtip to wingtip. The styrofoam is very strong compared to other fliers, and the whole setup does feel heavy. One might initially wonder if it's too heavy to get airborne, especially with the plastic wheels. It came fully charged and wowed me with an initial test over my front yard -- and two neighbors' yards! This is definitely NOT a backyard toy, unless you have acres and acres.

It's also quite noisy compared to other fliers, because of the powerful motors. PLEASE BELIEVE THE PROPELLERS' WARNING LABELS! The propellers are plastic, but when the labels say to keep your fingers away, they mean it. To test their power, I held my Shadow Hawk while giving it full throttle, then put a wooden toothpick into one of the propellers.
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I honestly can not believe anyone who complains about the durability of this plane. It is amazingly resilient. *And* if you happen to do something severe, like, ummmm, I dunno, almost ripping one side completely off the body because you misjudged the space between trees at the bottom of a high-angle dive at full throttle, you can use some latex contact cement to glue it back together with no problems =)

It is not a beginner's plane, nor one for small spaces. It requires attention, a wide swath of sky, and a little bit 'o familiarity with how this kind of rtf (ready to fly) performs. Woe to the parent that buys this for their inexperienced, or incapable, child!

R/C planes in the sub-$100 range are a different beast than any other R/C toy. You have to accept tweaking will have to be done. Flying a plane is a lot harder than driving a car or boat. You've got a 3-D space to maneuver in, as opposed to being bound to the surface of a driveway or pool. Luckily, most planes come with all the info you need to correct flying issues- just read the instructions.

These planes operate like a flying tank- were there such a thing. They have two motors (one right and one left) and they steer by cutting power to one or the other. They climb and descend via more or less power to both. Very simple, but quite effective.

The XPV 2.0 and Mini XPV are the most reliable rtf's I've bought to date. Once you get them trimmed ('tweaked'), they fly when and where you want them to.

Might I recommend, for those new to the scene, you start off with a Mini XPV and work your way up from there? The Mini is a fine little plane, and an excellent segue to the full-size XPV 2.0 =)
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Santa Claus brought this for our 8-year old son, but we have sincere concerns with the craftsmanship of his elves. The instruction booklet delineates two methods of launching; from the ground and by throwing it, both while depressing the throttle. Either way, the plane would not take off without a severe listing to the left, causing it to crash numerous times...it became evident that the skills of the elf with the correspondence-course degree in aeronautics had apparently not mounted the engines with a respectable amount of precision nor symmetry, causing a slight amount of imbalance. Further more, after several soft crashes (due in large part to this apparent imbalance) in grassy areas from the altitude of not much more than 8-10 feet, the plane had suffered nose damage and the loss of the rear landing/taxiing wheel which makes it even tougher to play with.

I would suggest leaving Santa an extra cookie or perhaps a shot of peppermint schnapps; maybe with the slight increase of investment you'll receive a different, more precise and durable toy.
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