Here we are devotees of RC toys. We have checked-out a few RC autos, and we always have some fun with them. This time we examined an RC helicopter named the Bubble Bomber by Swann. It’s a little toy chopper having a reservoir that allows it to shoot bubbles.
It’s a little, blue chopper with red and blue police lights and a very glowing front LED that I have managed to unintentionally glow inside my face on more than one occasion while attempting to add control of the chopper. So significantly, we’ve been just mildly successful at flying this thing. It takes quite subtle, managed movements. Overdoing it, even somewhat, can toss the poor little chopper fully away class.
That provides us in to controlling finished. The distant should be quite comfortable to any gamer. It has a recognizable design, as well as the lay-out won’t be overseas to anybody who’s played some X box or PlayStation. It’s a twin-stick setup. One will simply move up or down. Up spins the principal rotors. The greater you drive on the stick, the faster they spin, bringing the chopper upward. Pushing it back slows them down, therefore you can land it. It’s really much harder to do than it sounds, since the tiniest movements can make this little dude change altitude fairly dramatically. It will take a while to get a feel for it.
Another stick moves in any direction you push it. The tail rotor is controlled by it (steering). You may move forward and backward and turn left or right. You won’t be a master aviator initially you fly. Anticipate to crash. A lot. Luckily, it seems quite durable so-far. Well, stronger than it looks at first. That said, it comes with extra rotor blades.
The Bubble Bomber even offers some cool blue along with red police lights and a front light. You manage these using the “Light” button to the remote. They are rather glowing, nevertheless they look cool when it’s in the atmosphere.
The reservoir carries a tiny amount of fluid for bubbles (Is there a title for that stuff?). There’s a bubble button that activates it and shoots bubbles out of the back of the chopper. They’re not just bombs, but it’s a cute idea, and it made 29-year old me giggle like a preschool-er when I pressed the bubble button.
In addition, it includes a touchdown pad. Actually, it’s really challenging to do. We’ll keep practicing.
It’s a cute present to get a kid, maybe even a grown-up. Actually, we’d enterprise to say it’s finest for the big child inside your home. The battery life may not be long enough for an 8-year old, along with the managements may require a little bit more dexterity than the usual small kid can carry through, however a geek father would get a kick-out of for a few minutes at a time.