Cobra Air Raptor Remote Control Fighting Helicopters
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- Helicopter based game of tag, with hit indicator lights and rotor adjustment
- 3.5 channel Mini Remote Control Helicopters with Gyro and Rotor Jam protection
- Includes USB charger
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Stage your own in-air helicopter battles with this Set of 2 Battling Remote Controlled Choppers equipped and ready for a good fight. Once they take to the air, each "pilot" tries to shoot the other “pilot's” aircraft down by scoring a "hit" with the helicopters' harmless infrared light beam. The first laser hit sends the stricken helicopter veering off to the left, second laser hit sends it veering to the right and the third strike forces the helicopter to land for a few minutes of recovery before its able to take to the air again.
From the Manufacturer
Based on our highly popular Channel Force Mini Helicopter, this micro helicopter set comes with a feature few others can claim, it comes with a IR battling function. Like a live video game, each helicopter uses its own infrared beam weapon, to engage with the opposing helicopter in an aerial battle of skill. First time getting hit in combat, the helicopters will go into a counter-clockwise spin. Second time it gets hit, they go into a clockwise spin. Third time it gets hit, the helicopters will lose power slowly and land safely. To revive the helicopter, wait for about 10-15 seconds and the helicopters will revive themselves or lower the accelerator to zero and start accelerating again for accelerated revival. Sold in a pair, these helicopters are well known for their ease-to-fly, reliability and unmatched durability. The Air Raptor Battling Helicopters Set is not about flying solo, these helicopters are designed for battle.
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The only draw back is the battery life. I am averaging about 15-20 minutes for combat or just flying time and then you require a full recharge.