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Air Swimmers Remote Control Flying Shark

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  • Fun remote controlled shark for indoor family fun. Moves up, down, full 360 degrees up to 40 feet away.
  • Made from a durable nylon and simply bounces off of walls and other items it bumps into. Doesn't break!
  • Needs to be filled with helium. Can be reinflated over and over. Stays inflated for up to two weeks. Requires 4 AAA batteries.
  • Measures 57 inches long and 36 inches tall.
  • Great fun for the office, family get togethers, kids indoor parties.
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Product Description

One of the coolest gadgets around and great fun for family get togethers, office laughs, and kids parties. Once filled with helium, the remote controlled Air Swimmer Clownfish swims through the air with incredibly smooth and life-like motion. The infra red remote control unit provides up, down, and tail fin control for moving right and left. The remote control works up to 40 feet away. The clownfish measures approximately 57 inches long from nose to tail fin, and 36 inches high (including fins) . For indoor use only and ceiling fans must be turned off for safe and effective operation. The clownfish's body is made from a durable nylon material which can be filled over and over for lots of fun times. Once filled, the clownfish will stay inflated for up to two weeks depending on altitude. The Air Swimmer clownfish requires four AAA batteries: one in the body and three in the remote controller. Some assembly required. For 7 -99 years old.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 14.8 x 10.5 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B005FYEAJ8
Item model number pet65-shop-kisoo758
Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up
Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
Best Sellers Rank #3,841 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#1 in Sports & Outdoors > Sports & Fitness > Boating & Sailing > Boating > Steering Equipment
#12 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Remote- & App-Controlled Figures & Robots
#21 in Toys & Games > Play Vehicles > Toy RC Vehicles & Batteries > Toy RC Vehicles
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By Dave Millman TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 4, 2011
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We have the shark, and first of all, let me say that virtually everybody's first reaction upon seeing it is to yell out a four-letter word! If you want to get a good idea of what it looks like and how it flies, look up Airswimmers on the web and watch the videos. They are also on YouTube. It looks and flies just like the videos.

WARNINGS:
This toy does not work outside, because there are too many air currents, and the slightest breeze will send this large balloon flying out of control. It does not work in small apartments or small rooms, because it is too darn big. You need a decent sized house, or an auditorium, church or basketball court to use this. Our house has normal 8-foot ceilings, and a big family room-kitchen area, which works great. Make sure there are no fans running. And it's a bit too delicate for little kids!

FLYING:
Wow, it really flies! You move forward by flapping the tail back and forth. You steer by flapping more left or more right. You climb and dive with a separate button that tips the shark up or down. With a bit of practice, you can steer wherever you want. Unlike many flying toys, this one really works.

ASSEMBLY:
You need to be somewhat adept at assembling delicate things to build this from the kit. There is a detailed video available that shows every step that is a bit easier to follow than the instructions-the video is highly recommended. The link is given in the instructions, or just search for airswimmers on the web. In any case, take your time, and make sure you have a second person to help.

HELIUM:
Any store that sells helium balloons can fill this for you. It stays inflated for a long time, then the store can top it off.
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Brad and I caught Sharknado on ScyFy and had a good laugh. Brad in particular kept going on about how preposterous the whole notion was of a freak hurricane in LA bringing a deluge of airborne sharks.

You can guess the prank I pulled next. I waited until we had planned one of our home camping adventures in our backyard (Note: the AIR SWIMMER flying shark requires a good amount of space to operate, and definitely don't try it in high winds). I was in my Eagle Scout outfit and had just blown a rousing "Taps" on the trumpet to bring an end to our day. Brad had just doused our small fire carefully and plished off his fourth s'more, and true to form had broken out his harmonica to begin a lonesome "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."

I excused myself, claiming I needed to go "visit nature" before turning in. When I was just out of sight, I ducked behind our tool shed and grabbed the AIR SWIMMER remote controls. To add to the ruse, I used my Bluetooth enabled smartphone to play the theme from Jaws on the jambox I'd hidden inside the tent.

Da-dum.

The harmonica playing stopped. "George?" Brad called out, standing slowly up and wiping some sticky marshmellow from his chin.

Da-dum, Da-dum

It was a low, unmistakable rumbling, as if from the depth of the darkest ocean. Brad's flashlight was out, scanning the tree-tops. Preposterous indeed! At just the right moment, I maneuvered the Air Swimmer into the clearing.

"Da-da-dum!"

Brad's flashlight flew up, illuminating the terrible jaws of this Jaws. I'd painted the mouth and teeth with a bit of red and hung a stuffed sleeve and fake hand from it for added effect. He yelled and fell back into the tent, tangling himself amongst the cords and nylon.
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I have the shark and first off, it looks way cool. People who see it flying are intrigued and delighted. The only thing that could be improved would be the radio reception. Line of sight is critical and even then, it doesnt seem to have the claimed 40ft range. This would be an excellent revision/upgrade. Also it would be nice if repacement parts were provided or at least available by the manufacturer, so you dont have to scrap a whole shark if a fin breaks. Overall it is way fun though! hours of entertainment and soooo many great applications (i enjoy flying mine at the high ceilinged local bar). Until there is a model with better remote reception, this thing really cant be beat for the money. Youl love it.
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First off, the thing is just really cool, assuming that you have:

- High ceilings, big rooms, or another way to really get it to show off it's "air swimming' capabilities. the thing has to have room to actually flap its tail fin around for momentum, as that's how it get around - it's not propelled by a propeller or anything like that.
- Time, like two ro three hours of time, to properly set the thing up. The process is well-documented in the instructions and in vids online, but you'll still wind going, "Wait, what???" at least a couple of times. Also, the RC takes some getting used to, because you actually have to make the thing 'swim,' no just joggle a joystick around to make it fly. It's part of the fun, but takes some adjustment - especially that last bit where you put in bits of putty counterweight (included) to get it to float neautrally.
- Packing tape on hand. The bits that they give you in the kit are good, but you will wind up tearing or folding or otherwise making them unusuable. Regular packing tape and good scissors will get you out of that jam.
- QUALITY helium. I never knew that there was more than one kind of helium, so I took it to the dollar store, where they charged me 10 bucks to fill it based on the size, and it stopped floating after the weekend. Instructions say something about blah-blah-blah percentage of helium per whatever, but I got bored. Got a small party tank from ARNEs, and it's stayed afloat for days now, and I've got lots of leftover.
- Also, once the thing starts deflating, the essential rubber bands fall off. You need those to keep the rear fin and other stuff together.

Overall, this is just a really cool toy. Well-designed, nicely implemented, worth the 40-something bucks that I snagged it for.
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