Pros: It does fly, and if you are lucky it will fly a long ways
Cons: Cheap materials were used to make this toy!
We got this plane at our local grocery store for twenty dollars. Supposedly it fly's at 150 miles per hour and looked really cool on the box. Since my son wanted one for weeks we decided to purchase it and took it home. When our son opened the box the first thing I noticed was it had styrofoam wings and a flimsy plastic boot over the propeller. We had to put it together and in ten minutes we had the Air Hog looking like it did on the box. We took it out to the park by our home an gave it a try. The pump they provide feels really solid and seemed like it did an good job of airing the plane up. The nozzle was another story it was very difficult to get it into the nozzle when attempting to fill up the air chamber. After working on it a bit we got it in and I filled it up. When we tried to get it to launch the directions became fuzzy an suggested that we launched it into the wind. After several attempts we got a good flight out of it of approximately 100 yards and 15-25 seconds long. All was well until we tried to get it to fly again. After just one crash landing the wings middle and rear had to be adjusted, the flexible rubber nose cone had come off and it took ten minutes before we were ready to fly again. Once we got going again it flew straight up in the air onto a three story building. Once we got it back whenever we tried to fly it it went for the nearest large object which it could stick on or land on making it very difficult to keep flying. We again got it stuck on the roof and just left it. My advice is to only play with this thing if you are in an open field 100 yards wide and long then you might be able to have some fun with it. If not then try something else. It is not very durable, its hard to fill and the materials are not top quality.