This little coax heli is a blast to fly, in fact its so easy that a complete beginner can pick up the controller and be flying in just minutes.
The Helicopter comes completely assembled and all you need to do is charge the included battery using the supplied USB cable or via the transmitter and you will be ready to fly in around 15 minutes.
The included 2.4ghz transmitter with digital trims offers interference free flying while the built in gyro ensures stable and level flight. A spare set of blades come with the kit to get you back in the air if you have any bumps.
Size: 189 x 39 x 119mm
Battery: 1s Lipoly (Included)
Radio: 4 Channel 2.4Ghz (Included)
6 x AA Batteries
The copter is ok, the nipples of the rotors breaks very quick, the charger don't stop charging, accu may be ready in 0,5h, but the charger-LED are on and on . . . one accu is demaged (blowed).Loving this little heli. Took a while to sort out a wobble problem, resulting from the stabilizer bar link slipping off it's ball on the bar, but now it's fine. If you've ever had a 3ch coax and missed being able to drift left/right, then in "easy" mode, this is just the ticket. In "hard" mode, the controls are much more responsive, but still surprisingly stable. Changing from Easy to Hard requires pushing down on the throttle lever until you hear it click. It takes quite a bit of force to get it to click. Two beeps means easy mode (70pcnt deflection), one beep means hard mode (100pcnt deflection). Can't comment on resilience yet, as it is too easy to fly for me to have crashed it yet.
Surprised with the overall quality. There is no play in the swash or the linkages. I did need to tighten the stab. bar a bit to reduce play there.
I have mine since August 2011 and still is working. Crashed several times and replace the flybar 3 times, it's my fault because I flown it outdoors when there's almost no wind. I made some modification to limit the movement of the flybar so that it will not hit the main rotor when there is a sudden movement of air or moving the control suddenly.
When flying and you're about to hit something or about to crash just throttle down let it fall, it's better that way than having your heli hit the object at full power.
Don't try to use usb charger it seems there a problem with it, don't take the risk of using it, it damage one of my lipo.timo modelo pelo preo. Voa bem e garante voos divertidos dentro de casa. Tem quase todas as peas de reposio. Infelizmente no vendem a bateria original.i am from Argentina. arrived in about 20 days. perfect condition. its mi first rc helicopter. excelent choice for beginners, really easy to fly and very fun. i have crashed it several times trying some extreme flights and blades were damage, that is totally normal. if you want fun and durability, this is the helicopter to choose.Cool heli but extremely fragile. Im on my first battery and trimmed it out fine but while flying I lightly touched the ceiling in my living room (which is flat) and like a Nicolas said the tiny white ball joint broke. Not very pleased with how fragile this heli is. It will definitely not stand up to hitting wall or other obstructions. I can clearly see it won't be long before it ends up in the garbage. Thank god it was cheap.After flying planes for years, this was my first Heli. A few crashes later and I could hover. After many flights and crashes I broke a servo gear, however HK does stock parts. Thinking on buying one for my 24yr old son. This is a good and stable heli, worth the $ especially since HK has parts. Rated 4 on value as the gear cracked too easy....I think.Great little Heli, great to learn the basics on ensure you get plenty of spare blades and a spare flybar if you are learning. They're the only things I broke, well snapped a lot of the little ball joints off the blades, everything else was fine.
well recommendedFantastic micro heli, better than the SYMA 107 (has said before) or JAMARA 136 or SH XPower. The HK136 is a real 4ch. I have found clone battery at 3dlrs a piece in germany expensive compared to the NANO but less trouble (I believe so). Now I would like to mount a 7.4V 2S lipo in the RX. I have opened the RX, connected the lipo red to red and black to black, doesnt work. When looking at the wire inside the RX it seems the board requires 2 different voltages. The battery in the external "legs" are connected to another point as the other 4 batteries. Does anyone has ever connect a lipo in this radio ? Thank you for your advice. ThierryGuter Heli um lernen der eigenschaften SUPER