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Taking to the Sky with Air Hogs + GIVEAWAY

I love it when I’m introduced to a new product especially when it is one that keeps the kids (and husbands) amused and occupied. It’s no secret all boys (and a lot of girls I’m sure) love remote control gadgets, planes, stunts, rockets and basically anything else that could possibly fly or hover. When I’m looking for something to entertain my boys or a gift for parties these are type of toy I look for. Air Hogs has been my go to brand for boys for a while now and their Air Hogs Skywinder has not disappointed. It swoops, loops, dives and flies. What more could you want?

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It doesn’t use a million batteries which I love! It is perfect for inside use and won’t damage the walls/furniture. It is so unbelievably easy to use, simply pull the trigger and away you go. There is no trying to get it balanced or having to hold it steady, etc. The only downside I found to the Skywinder is that it is made of a foam type material so it isn’t extremely tough but with saying that it is durable enough to cop a beating from the ceiling that we forgot to turn off and come out in one piece – still working perfectly!

The Air Hogs Skywinder has been a huge hit in at our place and 2 lucky readers of Mad Mummas will have the chance to win one for their the stunt lover in their house.

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Enter below to win: 1 of 2 Air Hogs Skywinders (RRP $39.99 ea) – Total prize pool $79.98

**As the winners are chosen based on skill and not chance; you will be sharing for 0 extra entries. It’s good karma though and I’d love you to share the giveaway with friends and family**

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58 Comments

  1. Jo kennedy
    26/05/2014 / 10:44 am

    My son deciding to ride his bike backwards down a hill, ended up crashing breaking his arm, lesson not learnt he is still a thrill seeker.

  2. Narelle Rock
    26/05/2014 / 12:56 pm

    I didn’t realise that I was pregant when in LA and riding on all the theme park extreme rides, my boy was hanging on for dear life, and has turned out to be an adrenaline junkie!

  3. Charl Lowther
    26/05/2014 / 4:39 pm

    My son has always been a climber. He started with bookshelves, then gates and moved onto trees. He can climb very high!

  4. Karrie Millheim
    26/05/2014 / 5:42 pm

    My son made his own ramp and made it a little “too” high..went full speed ahead on his bike over the ramp and crashed..never did that again

  5. 26/05/2014 / 6:20 pm

    My youngest daughter (13) would love this, she is the dare devil in the family. After both her sisters broke arms last year playing sport she signed up for the mud rush run.

  6. Rachel K
    27/05/2014 / 2:10 am

    My niece is forever climbing on things and jumping off announcing to the world she is flying! I have to laugh because it reminds me of myself at her age. As a kid I wanted to FLY too! However as a teenager I wanted to be invisible and now that I’m older I want to STOP TIME!

  7. Kim
    28/05/2014 / 9:48 pm

    My son sparred blackbelts at tae kwon do, that took guts I think

  8. Mick G
    28/05/2014 / 9:57 pm

    Aaron was in the Airforce Cadets and went for a ride in a Hercules and helped with an practice aerial cargo drop

  9. Lisa
    28/05/2014 / 10:03 pm

    10-year-old Victor was angry that he couldn’t go all the way round on a swing. I looked away for a minute only to find he had climbed to the top of the swing set. Settled once again in the swing, he took off. He had the swing of his life – still not going all the way around though. Then he got the lecture of his life.

  10. Karly
    29/05/2014 / 10:20 pm

    Climb the fence into next door’s yard to retrieve his lost ball, not thinking about the cattle dog that could have chewed his arm off.

  11. Sonya N
    30/05/2014 / 11:00 am

    My daughter decided it’d be fun to jump off the top of our caravan. Thank god we got to her in time!

  12. Soni P
    30/05/2014 / 11:02 am

    Luckily, my daughter and son are both risk-averse, so we are happy!

  13. Debbie O'Donnell
    31/05/2014 / 7:42 am

    This Skywinder toy might just keep for when my daughter has a little one.

  14. elisha
    31/05/2014 / 10:58 am

    ran under the barriar at Malaysia to pat the elephants, i was terrified!!!

    • Mad Mummas
      23/06/2014 / 10:16 pm

      You’ve won!

  15. Lady Tiffany
    31/05/2014 / 3:33 pm

    my son hanging off a 10 metre tree upside down pretending to be a traipise artist…good grief…heart attack material

  16. Michelle Harris
    01/06/2014 / 7:56 am

    My daughters not a climber
    Has a fear of heights
    But take her to her school camp
    She straps into a harness and does a ten meter leap of faith

  17. karolina
    01/06/2014 / 12:51 pm

    He jumped in a pool fully dresse, but Dad had to rescue him, because he could not swimm.

  18. Phillipa Giltay
    01/06/2014 / 8:10 pm

    lucky for me my boys aren’t really dare devils, the scariest thing they’ve done is jumping from giant boulder to boulder when we were doing a bush walk in the hills

  19. kelly mccarthy
    02/06/2014 / 12:22 pm

    try to fly from bed to bed

  20. Holly
    03/06/2014 / 10:09 am

    My 4.5 year old, trying to jump his motorbike!

  21. Katy Nudelman
    03/06/2014 / 6:29 pm

    My daughter broke her fingers doing a handstand and within 10 minutes of coming home from the hospital she starts doing 1 handed hand stands 🙁

  22. Summer
    03/06/2014 / 10:58 pm

    that would be at 2yo thinking he can scoot down the highest skate ramp without a helmet or any adult supervision!

  23. 05/06/2014 / 4:12 pm

    Jumping the rocks as we came down from Frenchmans Peak in Esperance WA – 262 metres above sea level and steep.

  24. Chris
    06/06/2014 / 11:21 pm

    My 10 year old son has no fear and we are up to our second lot of stitches so far this year, AND he has split both of them open in separate incidents after the main event and had to have them fixed! Riding, running. climbing, hills … there is nothing he won’t try!
    I wonder if telling hi that the next lot of medical bills is coming out of his bank account might scare him enough!

  25. MargC
    07/06/2014 / 11:06 am

    My son thought he was Superman and kept jumping off the back of the couch – despite numerous warnings. He ended up hitting his chin on his last “flight” and had to be taken to hospital for several stitches…. sigh

  26. christina
    07/06/2014 / 11:16 am

    He jumped in a mud puddle like a pig in mud..

  27. Jessica Ashbrooke
    07/06/2014 / 4:41 pm

    Slid on tummy down huge slippery dip pretty daredevil for a 2 year old

  28. Nichole Mckee
    07/06/2014 / 11:32 pm

    Our 7 year old Big Jack spent an afternoon sliding down the huge Sand Dunes at Moreton Island, even I won’t do that lol 😉

  29. Kirsten W
    08/06/2014 / 9:15 pm

    Convinced his little sister that they were the secretly the spawn of Superman and Wonder Woman and that they could both actually fly. From the house roof.

  30. Col
    08/06/2014 / 10:54 pm

    In my family, any fall that doesn’t involve glue or stitches is a good fall. If you are going to fly head first into anything, don’t make it the coffee table, concrete, coffee table again, sliding door frame… ahh the list goes on. We dont call him Flash… We call him Crash.

  31. Kira B
    09/06/2014 / 7:08 am

    My son was born 6 weeks early & battled a whole bunch of stuff & had his first plane ride when he was on 6 days old

  32. Chris Higgs
    09/06/2014 / 8:25 am

    My son thought it would be fun to run barefoot down a pile of old railway sleepers that were on the side of a hill. We spent the next 6 months gouging enormous splinters out of his feet.

  33. Leanne White
    09/06/2014 / 9:05 am

    Wow. There would be some very happy children in my household

  34. Sharon Markwell
    09/06/2014 / 11:12 am

    Walking over clover which was in flower & covered with buzzing hungry bees. He won’t do that again!

  35. Nicole C
    09/06/2014 / 7:08 pm

    The most daredevilish thing in this house was putting on princess fairy wings and deciding to try and fly of the kitchen bench :/ Scared the bejeezers out of me lol

  36. Ang t
    09/06/2014 / 9:38 pm

    at 14m old my little girl climbed the massive ladder at the park which was over 3storey high all by herself to the top, whilst I was pushing her sister on the swing, thankfully she didn’t fall, but no height even climbing ladders onto roofs by herself at 18m nothing stops my Houdini from climbing anything and everything she would love to see if she could climb high enough to reach it in the sky

  37. Sarah Collett
    10/06/2014 / 2:54 pm

    My little cherub (at times) jumped off his trampoline while on his bike. Not the result he thought it would be but luckily no broken bones.

  38. jody buhagiar
    10/06/2014 / 3:19 pm

    My son had a fascination with cars. He use to line up all his matchbox ones from the front to back door. One day my husband was working on our car in the driveway, he was under the front checking the brakes. My son decided to get in and put his hands on the accelerator!!! Thank god the car didnt move but I havent seen my husband move that quick , ever!!! 😀 …… He still loves his cars 😀

    • Mad Mummas
      23/06/2014 / 10:34 pm

      You’ve won!

      • jody buhagiar
        03/07/2014 / 10:09 am

        thank you so much lovely 🙂

  39. sam greenwald
    12/06/2014 / 10:19 am

    My son sparred blackbelts at tae kwon do, that took guts I think

  40. andreea nicolescu
    13/06/2014 / 10:55 am

    Having just learned to walk and climb, she decided to climb a industrial size ladder that was in a hopping center, scariest moment, I could hear him but couldn’t see, until I looked up, then just about had a heart attack.

  41. Kristina S
    15/06/2014 / 5:28 pm

    Tell me no… LOL… Living on the edge

  42. Sue
    15/06/2014 / 7:08 pm

    My boy tried fire walking, he was ok, but the sandwich in his picket got toasted

  43. nicole larsen
    16/06/2014 / 10:55 am

    Thinking he could fly he jumped from the tree. Not only braking one arm but both

  44. Josh
    16/06/2014 / 3:16 pm

    My little daredevil, he’s only two,
    And what he sees, he does too!
    Down the Zipline, one hand, whew!

    More
    Unreal
    Magic
    Moments?
    AirHogs,
    Skywinders!

  45. Becky Downey
    17/06/2014 / 10:51 am

    Going on all the rides for his age at Alton Towers, UK. His same-aged cousin shrieked and cried and hardly went on any ride!

  46. Tess Howard
    17/06/2014 / 11:39 am

    Yes, he rides his bike while standing on the seat…….screams down steep driveways on his skateboard and even backflips OFF of the Trampoline (I have alot of grey hair). But his be daredevil move was giving our cat a bath….my son is 6. I worry about how I’ll survive his teen years 🙂

  47. Maria P
    17/06/2014 / 3:28 pm

    Climbed onto a table! My daughter (no complaints here) is extremely cautious!

  48. Tamara Lamb
    18/06/2014 / 12:27 pm

    Climbing on the roof to get his ball in a Batman costume!

  49. Cheryl McKibbin
    18/06/2014 / 9:41 pm

    Master 5 tried to take the cats favourite mouse toy away mid play! Even i wouldnt dare to do that lol

  50. Carolyn Mazzeo
    19/06/2014 / 12:15 am

    My son decided it would be fun to climb onto the roof of the cubby house (because the next door neighbour dared him too!). Falling off and fracturing his leg wasn’t as much fun!!

  51. Jessica Lawton
    19/06/2014 / 10:39 am

    Kids can have more fun chasing after this than ever being stuck in front of a television. Great idea

  52. Fiona
    19/06/2014 / 10:51 am

    Kite surfing, impressive for his age but worrying for mum, windy, rough seas, I felt a little numb!

  53. mellie jane
    19/06/2014 / 11:44 am

    Skateboarding down the biggest hill in our neighbourhood the first day he ever got on a skateboard.

  54. sonia c
    19/06/2014 / 11:59 am

    Decided to put a bird house on the top of the chimney….so the birds had a warm bed!. Slid down the roof (iron) and got caught on the gutter.

  55. Rosslyn T.
    19/06/2014 / 12:30 pm

    My 8 year old active son just loves living here in the bush. Whilst I was down town he climbed a huge tree to retrieve his kite and got stuck there. I had to call the local fire brigade to get him down.

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