Welcome to our review of the Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone. This is sure to be one of the most popular Christmas toys of 2016.
Star Trek, both the TV series and movies, are loved and admired by both science fiction and movie fans, especially now because of the great reviews of the new movie installment, Star Trek Beyond and the 50th anniversary celebration of its original television series (launched in September 1966). To celebrate this momentous occasion, Air Hogs is launching the first Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone. The NCC-1701-A drone promises to delight fans, especially fans of the movie in which the drone was patterned in.
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Who Should Buy The Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone
Air Hogs recommends this Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone to kids 10 years old and up and of course, to Star Trek fans of any age. This is the first real flying version of the U.S.S. Enterprise that makes it valuable and collectible for Star Trek fans. Since the new movie has just been released this year, the young generation can also greatly appreciate this drone. Even drone enthusiasts who are not so into Star Trek can find this appealing because of its unique and definitely recognizable design.
Why We Like The Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone
Below are the reasons:
- Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone is very well made as it is intricately made with good details. It looks a very authentic miniature version of the U.S.S. Enterprise.
- This drone has 10 different light and sound functions, including a phaser and warp factor sound.
- It looks longer and sleeker than the usual quadcopter. Air Hogs have hidden the spinning propellers in the main saucer section of the Enterprise.
- The looks of this Star trek drone is definitely deceiving, but in a good way. It may not look very durable because of the design but in reality, the Star Trek drone can withstand several crashes without any damage.
What We Did Not Like About It
There is really nothing that is not to like about the Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone, but if you are not yet familiar with flying a quadcopter or drone, you may want to practice indoors first before flying it outside. This is because as you learn to navigate and use the controls, you may experience several crashes at first (but don’t you worry because your Star trek drone can definitely take it). This Star Trek drone will definitely become a collector’s item; take good care of it.
How Much is the Star Trek USS Enterprise Drone?
You can buy a Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone for a recommended retail price of $130.
Is It a Worthy Buy?
Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone may be a bit pricey for $130 if you compare it with other quadcopters. You can even get a quadcopter with built-in cameras already for the same price. The real value of this drone is the design. It is the first real flying version of the U.S.S. Enterprise so it is definitely worth the money. This drone is a great display piece and has high possibility of becoming a collector’s piece in the future. This is definitely a small price to pay for drone enthusiasts and Star Trek fans.
Where to Buy It
All products from Spin Master and its division of flying remote controlled vehicles, Air Hogs, can be bought in almost all toy shops, and collectors’ and RC stores. You can also buy their products in the big online store, Amazon. You can refer to Amazon for the latest reviews from users to help in deciding whether to get this Star Trek Drone.
Air Hogs Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Drone is definitely a must-buy for all Star Trek fans and drone enthusiasts. No second thoughts. The details in the design of this miniature version of the U.S.S. Enterprise is spot on. There is no doubt that this drone is going to be a collectible item in the future. Buy this product and experience piloting the U.S.S. Enterprise on your own.
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