Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank Review
Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank Review – Remote control vehicles have always been a popular choice for holiday gifts. Boys love them, and many girls find them fun too! Years of advancements have made R/C vehicles even more entertaining, and the Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank is not exception!
This remote control tank features thick rubber tread designed to overcome rock, grass, mud, sand, and other rough terrain. The red tread stands out amongst tall weeds and grass, so you don’t have to worry about losing it when it gets too far away. This automobile goes in places where other R/C vehicles cannot!
Explore parks, forests, and other favorite areas with this tough tank. This would make a very entertaining remote control toy for a camping or hiking trip. The durable design allows it to stand up to falls or bounds across rubble.
There is no “upside down” with this R/C tank, due to the design of the large tire tread all around the vehicle. The controller is easy to grip and access all the buttons and knobs to control your vehicle with ease.
A push of a single button on the controller transforms the Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank to a sturdy robot. Its unique self-balancing technology keeps it steady as it walks around on all kinds of terrain.
Always prepared and ready for battle, the Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank can take on the most treacherous villains. Two missile bays built into the vehicle can shoot the six included missiles.
The missiles can be fired with a push of a button on the controller, whether you have the toy in either tank or robot mode. The missiles can travel up to 10 feet and knock over lightweight toys or blocks, without the force to cause injury to your child or a pet.
With a 100-foot communication range, your R/C tank can go into places you can’t even get to yourself. Drive it through low ditches and up steep banks. The wireless technology doesn’t require you to be RIGHT THERE with your toy as your control it.
The Air Hogs Robo Trax R/C Tank is charged by USB, saving you on the cost of replacing batteries every day. A full charge takes about 60 minutes to achieve, and you want to make sure you allow for a 10 minute cool down before putting the battery back into the toy. The controller also requires 3 AA batteries that are not included in the packaging.