Airhogs Sonic Rocket Review

Kids Sonic Rocket


It is not often you hear those words coming out of a child’s mouth but all three of my younger children made that exclamation when playing with the Airhogs Sonic Rocket.

It says it is ready to go right out of the box, but we ensured it was fully charged before heading outside but boosting it with its USB charging cable.

Airhogs Charger

The only assembly it requires is the launch pad, which takes seconds as it simply slots together.

Airhogs Sonic Rocket

The Sonic rocket is now ready to be unleashed outside.

Airhogs Sonic Rocket Isaac and Sebby

For a full adrenaline-pumping experience, this rocket features a rotating countdown – simply press the button, step away and watch it go!

Airhogs Sonic Rocket Launch

You can choose between three power modes which can send the rocket up to 200ft into the air.

Sonic Rocket Isaac

Press the button once, the rocket flies to 50ft, press it twice and it is 100ft and finally if you press it three times then the rocket goes up an amazing 200ft.

Sonic Rocket Flying

It has an impressive 50 launches per charge, you can send your rocket into the atmosphere again and again, which is perfect for when the kids have to take turns to launch it!

Eliza Airhogs Sonic Rocket

The rocket is designed to last and made from a crash-resistant EPP foam to help keep it in once piece when it comes back down to earth. It is so lightweight it lands rather gracefully and the kids raced after it to try to catch it.

Catching Airhogs Rocket

I would recommend finding a large open space to launch the rocket as it does fly for a staggering distance and we almost lost it after setting it to 200ft.

Eliza Rocket

I would also recommend you choose a solid surface or very short grass to launch the rocket from.

Isaac and Sebby Park

If you are looking for something to get the kids outside and running around, then this is it.

Kids Sonic Rocket

When it does run out of charge, it only takes 20 minutes to fully re-charge, so you are soon back outside and having fun again.


The Airhogs Sonic Rocket has an RRP of £19.99 is recommended for ages 8 years and over, although with adult supervision it is fine for younger children.


17 thoughts on “Airhogs Sonic Rocket Review

  1. Jem says:

    This looks like a lot of fun. I know my older nieces and nephews would love it.

  2. Dannii says:

    Best toy ever is quite the review! I can’t believe how high it goes – my nephew would love this.

  3. Oh wow! My son would literally love this (as would I to be honest!)

  4. Anosa says:

    I want to get this for my nephew, I love that it is easy to assemble and ready to go from the package

  5. That’s such a good price for what I’m sure is hours and hours of fun. I’d love to see how it faired at 200m x

  6. Woweee! That’s quite an accolade. It does look like a fantastic toy and I’d love to set up the charge and run after it!

  7. Oh wow this looks brilliant and you’re right, great to get them outside and running about!

  8. Katy says:

    Mine would absolutely love this! Also loving the photos you got of it in the air – very cool!

  9. Hannah says:

    I can’t believe how high it goes! It sounds great fun – and something for adults as well as kids. £19.99 is really affordable too.

  10. L dove says:

    Wow. This seriously is the best toy ever!! Forget the kids, I’d love to play with that myself!

  11. Elizabeth says:

    200 feet into the air?! That’s really impressive, and something my youngest two would absolutely LOVE!

  12. Alison Rost says:

    Talk about a toy that will get the kids playing outdoors more! I think this is fun and definitely something they can play with all season!

  13. Sarah Bailey says:

    Ok now how much fun does this look! I can just imagine shouting TAKE OFF and watch it zoom into the air!

  14. That’s an awesome looking rocket. My hubby and son would definitely be fighting over that!

  15. Sonia Cave says:

    This looks such fun. My three love learning about rockets and space, and they’d be amazed to see this launch

  16. It sounds like you all have had lots of fun playing with the rocket. Running after it must have tired the kids out!

  17. Jess says:

    What a great toy to get them outside! Good job the weather’s picking up lately. I suppose with a 20 minute charge it doesn’t take much to power it, right? You could probably just bring a mini portable charger with you on outings & holidays.

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