Kid Galaxy vertigo Copter Sea Hawk
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- 6”in length helictoper
- World's easiest to fly helictopter
- Features V-Wing design for amazing stability
- Dual rotors for incredible take offs and landings
- Package doubles as a helipad
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5510071 Features: -Vertigo Sea Hawk.-V-Wing design for stability.-Dual rotors provide incredible take offs and landings.-Control your flight with this easy to use 2-in-1 charger / launcher.-Flight time is up to 4 minutes. Color/Finish: -Color: Orange / Black. Dimensions: -Overall Dimensions: 8'' H x 8'' W x 8'' D. Collection: -Elite Fleet collection.
From the Manufacturer
It's the world's easiest to fly helicopter. Only 6”in length but big on performance. Featuring a V-Wing design for amazing stability and dual rotors you will experience incredible take off and landings. In between take offs, control the flight with the easy to use 2 in 1 charger/launcher. Walk room to room while your helicopter hovers and easily steer the direction with a simple push of the right and left trim buttons. Infrared remote control with a flight time up to 4 minutes. Package doubles as a helipad.
Top customer reviews
We purchased the Kid Galaxy about two months after getting an Air Hog for a gift. I thought that with the rings around the blades that this would last longer than the Air Hog. I was wrong. It lasted about a week. The blades separated from the ring and it went down hill from there. Now it can't get off the ground. Yet the Air Hog still flys. I tried to glue the blades back on the rings, but now it's too heavy to fly. They both have an equal amount of control - which is basically lot's of lift, but not too much steering control. I think I might go for a more high end Air Hog for my next choice - hoping to get better steering control.
Note - these don;t work well outside - ie. - in bright sunlight. The remote control uses infrared, which sunlight can interfere with. Also the helicopter can fly pretty high, and get stuck in trees or roofs. Best to use these in large rooms that don't have too much to run into. Like basements.