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Air Hogs, Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701-A, Remote Control Drone with Lights and Sounds, 2.4 GHZ, 4 Channel
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- Pilot the Starship Enterprise, complete with 10 authentic sounds and lights.
- 2.4Ghz remote communication for precise, long-distance control.
- Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise RC is for ages 10+. Requires 4 AA batteries (not included).
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From the Manufacturer
Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise RC
Celebrate 50 Years of Star Trek with Air Hogs
Boldly go where no one has gone before with the Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701-A RC from Air Hogs! Complete with a celebratory 50th Anniversary display stand, this limited edition RC spaceship is perfect for collectors and enthusiasts alike.
Authentic Replica Design
Made with Trekkies in mind, the Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise RC features an authentic replica design with details that are sure to impress even the biggest fans! Plus this U.S.S. Enterprise Remote Control spaceship has real lights and 10 authentic Star Trek sounds, including a phaser sound effect!
Easy to Fly
It’s your turn to take over the Captain’s chair and explore strange new worlds with this high-performance, easy-to-fly RC U.S.S. Enterprise from Air Hogs. With quad-copter technology, gyro-stabilization, 2.4Ghz remote communication, and anti-drift adjustors — you’ll be a master pilot in no time.
Warp Speed Ahead!
Activate the Warp Drive with the push of a button! The Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise RC has a warp speed switch in the controller that provides an extra burst of speed mid flight to help you out run Klingons starships. Explore space — the final frontier with the Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-A RC from Air Hogs!
What’s In The Box/Battery Requirements
- 1 Starship Enterprise.
- 1 USB Charging Cable.
- 1 Controller.
- 1 Display Stand.
- 1 Instruction Guide.
- 4 AA batteries (not included).
It’s your turn to pilot the Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise! This RC drone lets you explore space with smooth and stable flight in the iconic Star Trek spacecraft. The Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701-A RC celebrates the 50th Anniversary with authentic styling, real lights and sounds, warp speed capabilities, and a 50th Anniversary collector’s display stand. The remote control with 2.4Ghz communication puts you in the Captain’s chair with long-range, high-performance handling. Boldly go where no one has gone before with the Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S Enterprise NCC-1701-A RC.
Top Customer Reviews
This thing is very sturdy as I've crashed it a lot! You do have to check that the rotor blades don't get caught in the saucer section after a crash. If you have the sound effects turned on, every time you crash, the Red Alert sounds. This can get a bit annoying, so I just turned all of the sound effects off on the remote. The only complaint I have about this, is that the recharge time is super long. I get about 7 minutes of flying time, and it takes almost 2 hours to recharge. But even with the long recharging time, it's still a great toy. I got it during Prime Day, so the total was right around $90. Very well worth it at that price.
It's a respectable effort. The looks are 100%, it looks great, just like Mudd's women. Not as good as the excellent photography of it that is shown on the Air Hogs box, creative photography can make the genuine article look better on the box even when showing the actual item, in the same way that Mudd's women can look better with the help of a little cosmetically enhancing medication. First engineering officer Montgomery Scott points out that even the real U.S.S. Enterprise can be made to look better with the aid of some good lighting and a TV screen, so take that as a point of realism.
The simulator proved challenging for Sulu to fly. He said that it flies similar to other inexpensive simulators that he's tried, which is to say it flies, but not like rock steady like the real Enterprise. He had to keep his hands on the controls at all times making adjustments, it always drifted, was not able to "no hands" hover, and would not trim out perfectly. When given a chance at the controls, Communications officer Uhura needed need plenty of room and practice to be able to keep it where she wanted, which was "right here, Sugah."
Scotty said that scheduled refuelings were every 5 minutes, the same as most any other inexpensive simulator but a little more reasonable for this one because this is not a feather weight, it's a pretty big Starship.
Finally Miranda Jones used her gassomer sensor web to scan the included stand and commented that it seememd similar to the stands supplied with other model Enterprises, space age and sleek and a worthy display. Everyone on the bridge agreed and we started towards our next mission laughing and slapping each other on the back.
So my official report is that all interested parties should buy time on the simulator and they will probably enjoy it, as long as they don't expect it to perform 30 minutes between refuelings or as well as simulators costing several times the price.
Captain Emeritus Larr Ree Brown out.
Stand: The display stand is 3 places. They are clear so it's easy to leave one in the bag and end up trying to make the ship balance on two pieces and looking silly (maybe that happened to me I'm not saying)
Bottom Line: This is fun, but not for kids. I had a blast flying it even though it takes time to learn how to fly it. It also makes an excellent display item for your collection. Based on the fun I had and how good it looks in my man cave, I recommend this and am giving it 5 stars. I did not run into any of the problems some of the other reviewers did.
- Fun but challenging to fly, it takes practice
- Gets at least 10 minutes of fly time per charge
- Sound and lights are really cool
- Nice remote control, solid well built
- Durable motors are encased in plastic, body is styrofoam / plastic
- Crashes did not phase it
- Display stand is very nice (3 pieces)
- Recharges using micro USB
- Instructions are not very detailed.
- Instructions say to let battery cool before recharging