HELO TC Assault Missile Launching App Controlled Helicopter w/ iOS or Android App & Twin Missile Launchers!
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Take flight with the HELO TC Assault RC Helicopter! Powered by your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, this helicopter is backed by precision twin-rotors. Simply download the free app and connect the flight deck to your device. Hit your target with the twin missile launchers and six Redeye missiles which can fire away at the touch of a button!
The virtual joystick through the app allows you to command the helicopter with a few simple swipes or tilt your device to move the helicopter forward, backward and side to side. Recreate your favorite mission any time as you can record up to three flight plans to enact later. Get ready for an unforgettable adventure with this magnificent chopper.
Warranty: 90 Day
- HELO TC Assault App Controlled Helicopter
- Flight Deck plugs into device headphone jack and transfers signals to helicopter
- Single touch-to-fire controls on app
- Features joystick controls on your device’s screen
- Tilt your device to move helicopter
- Twin missile launchers and six Redeye missiles
- The app allows you to create up to three flight plans for later recall
- Bright onboard LED lights
- Designed to for indoor use only
- Requires HELO TC Assault app
- iOS app requires iOS version 5.0 or later
- Android app requires Android 2.2 or later and a screen resolution of 490x800 or greater
- May not work properly with devices purchased in the EU, UK or other region with volume limitations that cannot be turned off
- Recommended for ages 14 and up
- Dimension: 9.4 x 7.75 x 3.2"
- Weight: 11.7 Oz.
HeloTC Assault App-Controlled Helicopter, Instruction Manual
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