The Turnigy FBL100 is a feature packed micro 3D helicopter like no other! Its advanced 3-axis flybarless system not only reduces drag on the rotor head, it also greatly increases the precision and agility of flight. This, combined with its ultra light airframe delivers a level of power and responsiveness that is un-matched by any other micro 3D heli on the market today.
This micro heli is truly 3D capable - inverted flight, flips, loops, rolls and funnels, the FBL100 can do it all! Despite its ultra capable flight characteristics, the FBL100 is also quite stable thanks to its precision flybarless control system. This means that it is a great way for new pilots transitioning from a basic coaxial or fixed pitch heli to learn how to fly a 3D heli without the fear of a large investment or costly repairs.
If your looking for exciting 3D heli action indoors or out, or simply looking to get into collective pitch helis without spending a fortune on larger models, the FBL100 is for you! It arrives completely ready to fly including a stylish and ergonomic 2.4gHz radio transmitter, two 3.7V 300mAh lipoly batteries, lipoly USB charger, spare blades and rotor head linkage rods. Simply charge the included flight batteries and your ready to fly!
High precision 3-axis flybarless system
Ultra light airframe
Fully 3D capable
Ergonomic 2.4gHz radio transmitter
Completely ready to fly
Main rotor diameter: 249mm
Tail rotor diameter: 45mm
Battery: 3.7V 300mAh 30C
Transmitter: Mode 2 (left hand throttle)
1 x Turnigy FBL100 Micro 3D Helicopter
1 x 2.4gHz radio transmitter
2 x 3.7V 300mAh lipoly battery
1 x Lipoly USB charger
1 x USB charger cable
1 x Replacement main blade set
1 x Replacement tail blade
1 x Replacement rotor head linkage set
1 x User manual
4 x AA batteries (for radio transmitter)
Unit Weight (g)
Max Charge Rate(C):
En mi caso me llego el producto defectuoso no iban bien los servos, hable con atencion al cliente y me enviaron otro con el mismo fallo, al final despues de meses me devolvieron el dinero en forma de puntos.great heli right out of the box. let the gyros setup correctly and its more stable even than my 550 hurricane. had a couple of sloppy crashes without any damage. the tail doesnt hold that greatly but it will do. good power and very little surging when moving cyclic. very good machine, good work hobbykingj ais commander ce produit designer . il a t payer et jusqu a maintenant aucune nouvelVery impressed, flies very well, lots of power. I have not had it long enough to see how well the parts wear, but the part prices are not bad. The 45C nano-tech's are a bit to thick, much better with the 35C. Radio has ratchet on throttle, so opened the radio and modified that. All in all very impressed with quality of both the heli and radio. I find if you use Scorpion motor oil on all moving parts including servos, they last much longer. Sorry this got posted in Discussion!
Este producto me llego defectuoso a casa despues de esperar 2 meses pero nada mas verlo contacte con el servicio tecnico y de momento me enviaron uno nuevo ahora estoy a la espera de que me llegue, buen servicio tecnicoDecent heli for the price. However, it's not without it's problems. The servos seem to fail often. I've already replaced 3 linear servos, 1 main motor and 1 gyro/rx board in less than 1 month. However, I heard the MCPX isn't much better. I guess helis in this size are very sensitive. They are not as crashable as advertised. I would say this heli is for experienced pilots. For beginners who will crash a lot, this might end up costing you a lot in repairs. The stock transmitter is not programmable. I find the Expos and D/R's are programmed far too sensitive. The heli reacts very quickly and seems setup for fast 3D flying. You will need to get used to how zippy it is. I recommend buying the RF module so you can use it on your programmable transmitter. With the Expos and D/R's dialed in properly, this is a very enjoyable heli. This is my second FBL100 and I should mention that the tail boom needs to be secured. It will pop out on it own. If you do not address the issue right away, the wires could get damaged from a light crash. Use some thread lock and stick the boom into main body.Brought one of these an they fly well. Goes invert quite easy..
They should bring out a brushless version.. :]