Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Air Hogs Battle Tracker

Air Hogs Battle Tracker, RC, remote control toys

Air Hogs Battle Tracker is very cool just by looking at it. It looks impressive and it seems ready to defend your airspace. The surface-to-air missile set is equipped Automated Robotic Turret (A.R.T.), Turret radar dish, Assembled attack helicopter as its nemesis, Controller/charger, 18 pieces of foam turret missiles, and 7 pieces of foam helicopter projectiles.

The surface-to-air missile will actually shoot foam projectiles to its target, while the helicopter shoots flat foam discs.  The turret is powered by 4 AA batteries while the helicopter has a non-removable, rechargeable battery. It will take about 28 minutes to fully charge the helicopter.

The  Air Hogs - Battle Tracker with Yellow Disc Firing Helicopter is worth $54.99 on Amazon.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Air Hogs HYPERTRAX RC High Speed All-Terrain Vehicle

Air Hogs HYPERTRAX RC High Speed All-Terrain Vehicle, rc, remote control

High Speed All-Terrain Vehicle by Air Hogs is an amazing All-terrain RC, you can drive it on grass, gravel, road, or sand. The tracks have enough spaces that it won't get filled with dirt and gunk. It has a very a thick and big tracks that you can have it flip over and drive on either side. It has a 2.4 Ghz remote, an independent suspension, and it is powered by 8 AA batteries.

You can run it for over 11 minutes on a full charge, and it take about 35-50 minutes to recharge. The Air Hogs Hyper Trax cost $35.

  • Flip over and drive on both sides
  • Proportional throttle
  • Proportional steering
  • 2.4GHz for amazing range and control
  • Independent suspension

Monday, August 4, 2014

LEGO Smart Girls: Female Scientist Toy Set

LEGO Smart Girls, Charlotte Benjamin letter to LEGO
Girls who love LEGO can now role-play as astronomer, chemist, or a paleontologist with their new Research Institute LEGO set. The new toy set promotes women in the Science and Technology field.

The kit was designed by geophysicist Ellen Kooijman, according to LEGO.

LEGO come up with the new set after a 7-year old girl named Charlotte Benjamin scold them through a handwritten letter for their female toys who don't have smart jobs.

Charlotte’s letter went viral check it out below:
LEGO Smart Girls, Charlotte Benjamin letter to LEGO