Tuesday, September 20, 2011 5:17:06 AM
I had one of these. You need to bring it to a place that fills helium balloons, each time you want to play with it. Once it's filled (about $5), you need to added counter weights to get it perfectly neutrally buoyant. Once it is neutrally buoyant, you need to find a place to fly it. You need a large, indoor place. Our home was way to small.
After about half an hour of flying it, we packed it up, realized that we had spent over an hour setting it up and filling it etc. and decided it just wasn`t worth the trouble. We returned it and got our money back.
It`s a pain in the ass to build and fill. A pain in the ass to find a location to fly and the whole thing is made with very flimsy plastic that always feels like it`s just about to snap. I`d recommend passing in this thins.