Light up the night and have a blast with Rocket Copters. The sling shot style helicopters launch into the sky where they proceed to flash various vibrant colors with a powerful LED light. Users will be able to launch them up to 100 to 160 feet up into the sky. They come in many awesome colors including, neon green, neon orange, blue and neon pink. These helicopters have the potential to fly over and over again, which ensures an infinite amount of fun. When done, they fall slowly down for a safe and secure landing. All of your friends and family will be able to enjoy Rocket Copters.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Rocket Copters is $14.99 plus $4.99 shipping, for a total price of $19.98.
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There are a few complaints associated with Rocket Copters. For example, some users say that the tips of the helicopters are sharp and may be able to pierce the skin if they are not used properly. In addition, the wings of the copters may cause them to get stuck in trees, bushes or other kinds of plants.
The Rocket Copters are very durable. If they happen to land on concrete or a roof, they will remain perfectly fine. You will be able to have fun with this product more times than just one because you do not have to worry about them breaking.
- Fun for All Ages
People of all ages will have a blast with this product. No matter how old you may be, it is exciting to see these helicopters illuminate the night sky. They will bring a beaming smile to the face of everyone, no matter if they are young or old.
- Highly Visible
The Rocket Copters are highly visible. They have the potential to launch up to 160 feet in the air and still be seen. Their high intensity LED light ensure that they can be seen up to a whopping half mile away. This means that you will also be to clearly see the helicopters even if it is completely dark outside.
- Lights Burn Out
Over time, the LED lights of the Rocket Copters will burn out. There is a LED light in each copter and they all have the potential to burn out. It may take a lot of uses, but it is definitely something that can happen when using this product.
- May Get Stuck
Depending on where the Rocket Copters land, there is the chance that they will get stuck. For example, if they land on the roof of your home it may be hard to get them down. The same applies to when you use them around tall trees and bushes.
- Easily Tangled
When launch more than one Rocket Copter into the sky, they become easily tangled. This is due to the length of their wings. The best way to prevent this is to only launch one at a time. You could also successfully prevent the copters from getting tangled up with each other is by launching them several feet away from each other.
- Sharp Tip
There have been several users who have reported that the Rocket Copter have a sharp tip. This means that they be able to puncture or scratch the skin. It is essential for children to be monitored when using these helicopters just to be safe.
- Landing Zone
Once one of the Rocket Copters have been launched into the sky, the users should stay clear of the landing zone. This will prevent them from landing on you or anyone around you and ensures that they have a safe landing.
- Night Copter
The Night Copter is very similar to Rocket Copters due to the fact that it is a slingshot like device. It can be launched into the sky and lights up. However, with this product you only receive one copter, rather than 12 that you get with Rocket Copter.
- Sling Copter
The Sling Copter allows users to throw much farther than a paper airplane. It is easy to assemble and uses rubber bands as a launching system.
Tips and Tricks
- Use at Night
It is highly recommended that users launch their Rocket Copters at night. This is due to the fact that it is dark and you will be able to see the lights much better.
- Use in Clear Weather
It is best to use Rocket Copters in clear weather. Do not use it when it is raining or foggy as this will make it very difficult to see this product.