Star Wars Air Hogs Remote Control Zero Gravity X-Wing Starfighter
Defeat the Imperial Fleet with the Star Wars Zero Gravity X-Wing Starfighter from Air Hogs!
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Built with award-winning Wall Climber Technology, you can defy gravity by driving on the walls, ground and upside down! Create and navigate through your own Star Wars galaxy using the included glow in the dark Wall Clings. Collect the Imperial Army Zero Gravity Tie Fighter and recreate your favorite battle scenes from the movies. Bring home the gravity defying power of the Star Wars Zero Gravity X-Wing Starfighter from Air Hogs! Star Wars products are produced by Spin Master under license from Lucasfilm Ltd.
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Star Wars Air Hogs Remote Control Zero Gravity X-Wing Starfighter is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 90.
Rated 1 out of 5 by GalaxiBunni from Zero Gravity? More like just a Zero. Geez. Where to start? I'm still trying to figure out what exactly this is supposed to work on. We tried it on laminate, linoleum, paneled wall, textured sheet rock with semi gloss paint (didn't have any non textured sheet rock), a ping pong table top, wood table top and finally the glass door. Even on a glass door it didn't want to do much. The ground mode didn't work much, just turning in circles. To even to get it to slightly move had to put it on the anti gravity. I'm wondering if an adjustment to the wheels may at least make it a floor RC vehicle. When it is in anti gravity mode, the thing is loud. Like a small hair drier or vacuum (which I guess essentially it is) going constantly. If you or your child has SPD (sensory processing disorder) or Autism, this thing could potentially trigger some anxiety. I uploaded a video to show you that despite me trying it on ground mode first, then resorting to wall mode, and even trying many different configurations of moves, it doesn't do much other than spin and go backwards sometimes. This definitely isn't our first RC product. Everything from RC Daleks to Helicopters have been driven/flown here. This toy is super finicky and I guess needs a very specific environment to actually work. Which is highly disappointing for both a Star Wars and Air Hogs fan. I had high hopes for it. So buyer beware when thinking about this toy. Make sure you *may* have a super smooth surface for it to possibly work. On the bright side? It looks cool and has a little R2D2 painted into the design. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-12-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by buyerfromhere from My new favorite remote control toy! Ok, so I am going to give a review on the air hogs star wars remote control zero gravity x-wing Starfighter. So I didn't really know what to expect when I got this. A toy that drives on walls and ceilings sounded almost to good to be true. But much to my surprise and enjoyment it does just that. You can also drive on the floor. You just switch it to the wall setting for walls or floor setting for the ground. This is a fascinating little toy. It has a powerful fan built in that allows it to blow air out the bottom and work as a sort of hover craft while driving on the ground. It has little rubber flaps on bottom. But it also uses wheels for the movements you tell it to do with the remote. Then when you switch it to wall or ceiling driving, it reverses the fan to create a suction that allows it to stick to the wall or ceiling. Then it uses the wheels for motion controls. You have to put batteries in the remote and then plug in the cord to the x-wing to charge it's internal battery. It takes about 30 minutes to charge, which then gives you 10 minutes of play time. I love this toy. The only problem I can think of is that I don't have another one to race against! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by 77alyssa from up we go glad we got to try this out from the manufacterer as my kids were so excited and it lived up to all the hype.Once we got it all charged up turned off the lights and it climbed the wall and ceiling.Was woried it might brake when fakking but its well built.Young and old have played with this and evryone liked it.Any young child would love to receive this ans my family did.
Date published: 2015-10-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jello316 from Fun if you have a good imagination I received this product through a BzzAgent from Air Hogs to try for free, and gave it to my 8-year-old. He was a little disappointed to find out that it didn't fly but thought it was just as cool that it could climb walls. He opened it, charged it, and put it on the floor to drive.......and nothing happened. I have wood floors that are flat with no texture. There are two ways to slide the switch, one way it works on the ground and one way it works on the walls and ceilings. For whatever reason, and I'm still trying to figure this out with support, the mode on the ground doesn't work. He tried it on the wall and this worked perfectly. He also learned that if he left the button on the side for the wall it does work on the floor as well. He's a little frustrated that he can't get it to go from the floor to the wall without picking it up but we don't know if it just doesn't do that or if he hasn't found the right angle. The remote calls for 6AA batteries which then charges the device. It doesn't seem to take long for the charge to run out. However my son does enjoy playing with this toy everyday when it's fully charged!
Date published: 2015-11-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tatt2edtears06 from X-Wing StarFAILURE All novelty no real fun with this Air Hogs Star Wars Remote Control Zero Gravity X-Wing Starfighter. Before I get into my opinion of the toy I will give you a little background on it. The remote to this toy is nice and fits well in your hands, it has minimal buttons so it is easy to control. It takes 6 AAA batteries, and even THAT was difficult to do as the battery holder has springs that practically spit the batteries out at you so you have to hold them down and get the lid on as fast as you can to keep them in place. The charge cord does have a nice little compartment in the remote that it closes into for easy cordless storage while you play. The toy itself has a button with three modes, on, fa, and off. Easy to get the hang of all the parts and how they work that is for sure. Now for my review: I will start off by saying that when I first heard "Zero Gravity" I assumed this toy flew, but it doesn't. Essentially what it does is the same thing any air hockey table does to float the puck, it uses fans and air to allow the toy to glide atop of surfaces. But it doesn't even seem to do that well. It sticks to walls and ceiling well enough, however any little bump in the surface that it on causes it to stick or turn awkwardly, that is if it doesn't lose suction and fall off all together. Since all my walls in my home, as well as my ceilings are textured, that means that this toy virtually does not work in my home. Oh, but it has multiple functions... The second being that it has wheels and a button that allows you to turn the fan suction off and use on the floor... even that did not work well for me. Having hard woods floors you would think it would work well, but it doesn't. Exactly the opposite of the problem with the walls and ceiling is that it seems my hard wood floors are not textured enough to give this toy good traction and get it moving. Pretty much it ends up spinning in circles on the floor and getting stuck on walls or ceilings. This toy says that it is for ages 8+ which I find funny because I am 5ft9in tall and have to use a step ladder to put on ceiling if I want to drive it there, how is an 8 year old supposed to do that? It can NOT go from wall to ceiling by itself as it would lose suction and fall. By far this is the worst toy I have ever unfortunately had the chance to review. The only reason by boyfriend really wants to keep it is because of the Star Wars novelty of the toy. Definitely not a must have on your holiday list. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by GinWithAJ from Awesome detail and design After opening the Air Hogs Zero Gravity X-wing star fighter I have to say I was impressed with the detail and thought that it looked just like the star fighter from the movies. After installing the 6 AA batteries I couldn't wait for it to charge up. The x-wing's battery charges off of the remote. Once it was ready to go my kids, who are age two and four, turned it on and attached it to the wall. It was really fun. The star fighter keeps a suction to the wall or ceiling with an internal fan while a small wheel makes it move forward back and turn. With the wheel being so small it's best to use the x-wing on as smoothe a surface as possible, we have paneling and the x-wing has a hard time crossing the indentions in it. The same issue when we use ground mode and run on our hardwood floors. The rechargeable battery in the x-wing gets drained pretty quickly which really frustrates a two year old. I on the other hand think that it performs nicely and is a neat concept. The kids have a ton of fun with it on the wall. Going from the floor to the ceiling and back down again just laughing and carrying on. Really neat concept and design. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2015-11-18
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