The new Nine Eagles Twingo is a sub-micro coaxial tandem helicopter that is incredibly stable and fun to fly. If you are looking for a unique flying experience thats stable, easy to learn and looks great, then you can't go past the new Twingo from Nine Eagles.
No assembly required; be in the air within 10 minutes of opening the box!
4-channel control enables movement up/down, forward/backward, left/right, spin left/right.
Well-designed mechanisms and electronics makes it very stable and extremely easy to hover
Both "standard" and "aggressive" flight modes can be enabled by Sensitivity selection switch on the transmitter
Transmitter Display shows current power level, mode, sensitivity selection, trim settings, and throttle speed
Integrated LiPo Battery Charger built in to the transmitter enables the battery to be recharged wherever you are.
Overall Length: 382mm (approx. 15 inches)
Main Rotor Diameter: 190mm (approx. 7.5 inches)
Weight: 60g/ 2.1oz (including battery)
Main Rotor Drive System: 4 x 7mm Brushed Motors
Receiver: 4 Channel 2.4 Ghz
Battery: single Cell 3.7V 250 mAh Li-Po
Transmitter: 4 Channel 2.4 GHZ
227A Twingo pre assembled
Transmitter with Built-in Battery Charger
4 x AA Batteries
1 x 1S 3.7V 250mAh Li-Po battery
100~240V AC/DC wall adapter
I got my "Twingo" helicopter about 3 weeks ago.
It came in a good situation w/o any cracks or faults.
The binding process was vet easy and the twingo was airborne very soon. The flying is very pleasant
since thus heli is very stable and controlable.
I got my "Twingo" a day or two ago, in good condition. For the price, it's v. good value. The shell is vac-formed and light, so it's a little distorted, and one "engine" has been glued on a little crooked, but it flies well and is stable.
The instructions are badly translated and very difficult to read. The notes say its been bound, but mine wasn't. I guessed how, and it worked, but I'd sure like to know if the trim can be adjusted.