Yet another great product from the Nine Eagles line of micro helis, the Solo Pro 328 is the complete package for the new heli pilot and experienced pilots alike.
Whether you are a first timer, stepping up from a coaxial, or a seasoned pilot looking for a low stress flying experience, the Solo Pro 328 is for you! This heli is slightly larger than most other micro fixed pitch models on the market today, adding to it's stablility. With it's easy to handle flight characteristics, you will be in the air and impressing your friends in no time.
Also, a unique feature to this model is two selectable flight modes - "Primary" and "Advanced". Primary mode is the default setting and is recommended for indoor flying and less experienced pilots as it offers smoother and easier to control flight characteristics. Advanced mode offers a more aggressive throttle curve and response and is recommeded for more experienced pilots.
The Solo Pro 328 comes fully assembled. All that is needed to be done is to charge the battery with the included variable rate charger, insert the AA batteries into the radio, and your ready to fly.
The included 2.4ghz transmitter with digital trims offers interference free flying, and can be easily converted from mode 1 to mode 2 in about 30 seconds. A spare set of main and tail blades come with the kit to get you back in the air if you have any bumps.
Rotor Diameter: 12.91" (328mm)
Overall Length: 14.17" (360mm)
Weight: 3.8oz (108g)
Power System: 180 Motor (main motor)
Tail Motor: Coreless Brushed
Battery: 1-cell 3.7V 500mAh Lipoly
Charger: 3.7V Variable Rate Lipoly Charger
Transmitter Type: Mode 1 or Mode 2 (user selectable)
I received the nine eagle today and for my surprise the canopy was broken. The helo looks good not yet tested. I had to replace the power plug from the charger. Here in Brazil we do not use this style of plugHave had the solopro for about a month now and its an amazing heli . Great step up from coaxils . Ordered 2 nanotech 600ma batterys for it and they are as good as the origional and easier to slide in to the battery holder . Canopy is pretty weak and has broken . New one arrived but will keep old one on all taped up at the moment . Our dog tried to eat the rotor in mid flight and broke the fly bar so ordered 2 new ones and other rotor parts . arrived yesterday . very cheap and good shipping time .Amazing heli to fly indoor. It is simple and easy to fly and it come complete as in the picture.Received this heli a couple of weeks ago, pretty happy with its performance. Only bad thing is the swash plate breaks easily, solved the problem by buying and upgraded metal swash plate from miracle mart.Graet helicopter! For start your semi pro flying this is just great! now Im moving on to the 3D one.I have been trying to ask 2 simple questions about the 328 a helicopter for 5 freaking days now and hobbyking continues to ignore me. Do not order anything valuable or that you can not afford to wait an extreme time for from this company. I tried to order over the phone and they have closed their phone lines completely to avoid having to face all the angry customers. Their customer service is a joke.cok gzel helikopter zevkle uurabilirsiniz ok stabil yeni balayanlar iin tavsiye ederim hobbyking en iyi fiyat bence oniki gnde elime ulat alacak olan arkadalar hi dnmeden aln teekkrler hobbykingThe Solo Pro 328a is a easy to fly and good quality fixed pitch heli. The canopy does break easily but can be repaired with clear tape from the inside. The stock flybar is too light to stabilize the 328 in a fast, banked turn, resulting in sliding out and crashing. For moderate flying, though, it is a great little heli. Add a little weight to the flybar if you want to fly more agressively.Just got the Solo Pro 328, upgrading from a smaller coax micro-copter. Nice presentation amazing, actually, for the price and the helicopter has a satisfying weight to it, despite the thin canopy.
I would have given five crowns for quality if not for said canopy (I don't see it surviving a serious impact), plastic parts throughout the mechanism and, most unforgivable, a LiPo charger with Asia-type prongs (I'm in North America). Gotta buy a travel adapter, then it's on for serious indoor/outdoor flying!
I did manage a short one-minute flight on the charge in the battery. Very agile and fun. Very noisy, however. More later as I have a chance to check out the full range of flying characteristics.