Bass Pro Shops® Grizzly Unbreakable Remote Control Helicopter
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The Bass Pro Shops Remote-Controlled Grizzly Helicopter is the world's first and only unbreakable RC helicopter! The Grizzly helicopter can take up to 200 lbs. of force and features a GYRO for stability with a single rear rotor for precision. Flying this remote-controlled helicopter is a breeze—go forward, backward, up, down, left, right, or hover. 3.5 Channel with Full Gyro Scope RC Helicopter; Allows the user to fly and control without “Spinning in Circles” Greater Mobility allowing the Flyer to Go Forward or Backwards in Addition to controlling it’s up and down and left and right movements. The Bass Pro Shops Remote-Controlled Grizzly Helicopter has a rechargeable battery (wall charger included); transmitter has 6 AA batteries (not included). Measures 15"x7-1/2''. Ages 8 and up.
- RC helicopter can withstand up to 200 lbs. of force
- GYRO for stability
- Single rear rotor for precision
- Easy to control
- Flies forward, backward, up, down, left, right, or hovers
- Rechargeable battery (wall charger included)
- Transmitter requires 6 AA batteries, not included
- Ages 8 and up
Rated 1 out of 5 by 2
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sascas Very disappointing
We had bought this helicopter for our son's 30th birthday and it was a huge flop. It doesn't even closely live up to the video on Bass Pro website. We inserted batteries and charged it up according to the directions. It wouldn't fly forward or backwards and would completely lose power if we weren't within several feet of it with the controller. The controller seemed useless in controlling the flight pattern. Thankfully Bass Pro's return policy saved the day, so we returned it promptly and will be looking for something else to replace this model.
July 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by GeorgiaPop It's breakable
After returning the THIRD helicopter with broken parts, my grandson decided on an RC truck.
June 10, 2014
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