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What It Is
Kids can drive over almost any terrain with the radio-control Air Hogs Hypertrax. The double-sided Hypertrax vehicle features heavy-duty treads and independent suspension on its two tracks to go over grass, dirt, sand, gravel, or even your carpet indoors. If the vehicle gets turned upside down or hits a wall, it'll flip itself over and keep on going. Before you play, you'll need to charge the Hypertrax by connecting the charge cord from the battery-operated remote to the connector on the vehicle. It takes about 15-20 minutes for a full charge, and you can expect about half that time for play time, depending on how you play with this. Push the remote's throttle trigger forward or backward to make the car go forward or backward. Turn the remote's dial forward to make the car turn left and backward to make the car turn right. You can also adjust the trim with the steering trim dial.
Is It Fun?
This is a pretty easy-to-use R/C vehicle, although there might be a slight learning curve as kids get used to the controls and adjusting the vehicle's trim and speed. Kids will like that they can take this durable toy indoors and outdoors and have all kinds of racing fun over different terrains.
Who It’s For
Air Hogs Hypertrax is for ages 8 and up.
What To Be Aware Of
The toy requires eight AA batteries, which are not included.
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