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Play Helicopter Lazer Tag in the air with the GYRO Nemesis Battle Copters Lazer Tag 3.5CH Electric RTF RC Heli 2-Pack! Great for people of all skill levels, each heli features a coaxial rotor a single rear rotor for precise movement for increased stability whether flying or hovering.
This RC helicopter has a strong body making it light weight so you don't have to worry about breaking anything when you land it a bit too rough. It can go forward, backward, up, down, left, right and hover! This product is ready to fly, there is no assembly required. The coolest part of this RC Heli is the IR Laser Combat System that you control from the Transmitter!
Built In GYRO
3.5 Channel Transmitter
Strong Body Construction
Single Rear Rotor
Detailed Paint Job
Ready To Fly
IR Laser Combat System
GYRO Nemesis Battle Copters Lazer Tag 3.5CH Electric RTF RC Heli 2-Pack
Two 3.5CH Transmitter
Length: 9.5 Inches
Wing Span: 7.5 Inches
Height: 4.5 Inches
Helicopter: 3.7V Rechargeable Battery Pack (Included)
Transmitter: 6 AA Batteries Each(Not Included)
Pros: We lost the directions the first day and haven't been able to determine how to make the copters actually attach each other. There is a fire button that I'm assuming will make the other controllers red light on top go on when hit but even when we put the copters face to face, it doesn't seem like the light ever goes on. Can anyone give advice on how the attack mode works and what does the "Accel" button do, it doesn't appear to accellerate the copter.
Cons: Doesn't hold it's charge very long. Maybe 5 minutes.
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“We lost the directions the first day and haven't been able to determine how to make the copters actually attach each ...”— ejo 12/25/2012