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)
Great Heli out of the box, flys good, swap the links on the swash plate it flys better, great price from HobbyKing, works great with the Turnigy nano-tech 600mah.
- Body is thin, motor is loud, spins slow.
If you are going to order this heli, get some xtra flybars too.I got me SoloPro 328 last friday, charged up the battery, trimmed the heli in my basement, i flew good. Flew it outside wind was around 10-20 km/h it was not so great, swapped the links to the outter balls on the swash plate it was alot better. Its a good size for flying outside, vs my MSR. If your are going to get this heli, order some flybars. Broke mine 2 fights in, ca glud it together, it lasted 2 more. The Turnigy nano-tech 600mah pack works really good, lots more power compared to the stock battery. The things I dislike is the fact the main motor is really loud, it spins slow compared the my MSR, and the body is very thin. Things I really like, the price HobbyKing is the best price I seen anywhere, easy to fly, stock out of the box can fly in 10-20 km/h wind (where I live thats a calm day, avg here is 30 km/h wind) parts easy to find again HobbyKing is the best price but sometimes no stock, you can get upgrade parts for the SoloPro 328 as well.I've yet to fly this unit due to a cracked swash plate,but it seems to be a great value for the money.I hope it's as stable as others who own the Solo Pro 328.I'm looking forward to flying it outside to see how stable it is.I got one of this from HK some months ago.
I also bought a couple of NE260A and a SP180
While the 180, being a flybarless - is always needing 100pcnt concentration
The 260A is a pocket rocket - don't underestimate the performance because of its size
The most stable and docile is this 328 - simple to control and very stable.
But if i get to choose (apart from size) i will choose Solo Pro V 260 anytime, because its very controllable and is able to do alot more stunts with.it's a nice helicopter, not for beginners. Very fast, but the battery runs low too soon. The controller is very good, and the charger also.nice heli, if you are looking for some relaxing flying this is the one, just a little trim to have it hovering in my living room hands free. but wtf! it came with Aus plug, I'll need to find an adapter.
Got this last week (2pcs)
Very stable heli (not totally good for beginners BUT if your pocket is deep and if you can get parts readily available - you can make this your first)
Had a 260A (FP), 180 (CP) and now this 328 (CP) <also a mustang>
:) This one flies very stable - in my opinion more stable than 260A (260A already super stable)
:) Can take a little more wind than 260A.
:) Came with spare blades.
:) Finishing is grade A
:( Uncommon battery size, so need to stock
:( Slightly less powerful motor
:( Difficult to get parts
:( With Dual Rate, the heli still respond less 'excited' in changing direction
For those looking for a good 4ch FP heli, this will be a very good model to consider.
this helicopter does fly well .
your going to want some batteries (PRODUCT ID: 9210000002)and charge lead (PRODUCT ID: PC-BEC)This is very stable helicopter. I also own the Solo Pro v2 which is a nice heli but nowhere near as stable as this. Tail gyro is rock solid and locks in beautifully. Yaw has no ill affects on stability unlike the Solo Pro 2 which drifts a little while rotating. The Solo Pro 328 feels much bigger than it is. Highly recommended.not a bad heli for the price, it does not like any wind!!
i have had problems with it moving backwards i have adjusted it as much as i can and it pitchs foward not a problem but is very slow in reverse. i also own a blade 120sr, the blabe is a better heli but is double the price....