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Air Hogs Robo Trax All Terrain Tank, RC Vehicle with Robot Transformation

December 15, 2017 - Comment

Stand up and take on anything with Air Hogs Robo Trax. This all-terrain battle tank can rip over any indoor or outdoor surface with its thick treads. Transform into robot mode and fire away using the two missile bays. Reaching an imposing height of 8” x 7” x 3”, Robo Trax is always ready to

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Stand up and take on anything with Air Hogs Robo Trax. This all-terrain battle tank can rip over any indoor or outdoor surface with its thick treads. Transform into robot mode and fire away using the two missile bays. Reaching an imposing height of 8” x 7” x 3”, Robo Trax is always ready to destroy! Even on shaky ground, this robot’s self-balancing technology is precise: ready, aim, fire! When things get treacherous, Air Hogs Robo Trax is designed for rough wear and tear. Stand up to any challenge, all terrains and all battles with Air Hogs Robo Trax!

Product Features

  • Tackle any surface with Air Hogs Robo Trax. Built to handle outdoor ground, this all-terrain tank can tackle rocks, gravel, grass and sand!
  • Air Hogs Robo Trax transforms at the push of a button. Stand up and go from all-terrain tank to self-balancing robot.
  • Armed with 2 missile bays, 6 missiles, and self-balancing technology, you’ll be equipped to handle even the most treacherous battle situations.
  • Made for kids aged 8+. Communication range of 100 ft., frequency range of 2.4 GHz. Charges via USB. Controller requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included). Charge for 60 minutes, play for 10 minutes. Works well and long with Polaroid AAA Batteries
  • Includes: 1 Robo Trax, 1 Controller, 1 Charge cable, 1 Instruction sheet, 6 Missiles

Comments

Sam Archer says:

Good replay value but missiles can shoot you in the eye! I reviewed this with the help of my 10 year old son. 

Jerry Saperstein says:

Fun in short installments The problem with rechargeable batteries is that they need to be recharged. And in the case of Robo Trax, that means often. My first session lasted only `15 minutes or so before the batteries in the main unit need to be recharged for an hour or more. I got this for my grandson to use when he visits. He is probably on the outer cusp of the age range for this device, but the robotic elements will keep him interested I hope. But the short play time and long charge time are negatives. 

Just Trying to Help says:

He built stuff to shoot, he set up an obstacle course… the stuff things are made of. I’ve been buying airbags products for a long time. One of my favorite ones was a air powered propeller plane that you would pump up and it would fly the length of a football field. Or so it seemed at the time. 

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