Hands up all of you who wished for a radio controlled
airplane when you were younger. But you never got one did
you? Why not? Well they were too expensive and dangerous in
the wrong hands - those metal propellers could slice a finger
off with no problem.
thanks to FEVA, both of those problems have finally been resolved.
Its radio control range of Air Hogs planes allow children
to fly a remote controlled plane for under £70 and,
thanks to plastic propellers, without the fear of losing a
finger in the process.
warned though. This is not the sort of toy that you can unpack
and play with in your back garden. The Intruder needs plenty
of space to ensure that you don't lose sight of it. Using
it couldn't be simpler. An onboard computer controls the plane
during take-off, there is a 'thrust' button to give the plane
an additional burst of speed and if you are worried that you
are losing control simply press the 'land' button to ensure
that it makes it safely back to Earth.
plane comes with a recharge unit so that you can recharge
the plane once the batteries are drained (three minutes to
fully recharge them).
have already reviewed the Air Hogs' piston driven planes -
which are also great value for money and superb fun. But the
addition of being able to control the plane's direction while
in flight is much more exciting - I spent ages with my nephews
flying this model around the park. They both gave it the thumbs
up after playing with it for over an hour.
it for your kids or buy it for yourself, but one thing is
certain this could be the most fun you can have, legally,
for under £70.
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