A Remote Control helicopter looks just like the real thing, and flies, well almost, like the real thing! They follow the same laws of aerodynamics as real, full-size helis. By flying a remote control helicopter, you can experience the thrills of flying without worrying too much about crashing – or where to store it – or expensive flying lessons!
Choosing your RC Helicopter
Before you decide which helicoper to try, you should consider a few points:
Do I want to fly something inexpensive or am I willing to spend time and money repairing it if it crashes?
Do I want to fly helicopters indoors or outdoors?
Do I want to grow into my RC heli?
Once you know the answers to these questions, you are ready to make a decision on which heli to fly.
Syma S107/S107G R/C Helicopter
The Syma 107 has excellent directional control, with no spinning out-of-control. It will follow your instructions precisely.
Hero iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Helicopter
Hero iRocket 4 is a 4 channel fixed pitch helicopter, high powered and easy to fly, making it a good choice for novice pilots.
Syma Coast Guard Rescue RC Helicopter
Easy to fly, even for youngsters, and can be flown in the dark using the searchlight.
Q: What is the transmitter range? A: The transmitter distance ranges from around 30 yards to two miles.
Q: What is the top speed? A: Most will fly around forty mph, some as fast as ninety mph.
Q: What engines do they use? A: 2-stroke, 4-stroke glow engines and 2-stroke gasolineengines
Syma F1 Large Armor 3
Can be flown indoors or outdoors; 6-8 minutes flying time.