RC Apache Helicopter 4 Channel Remote Control Ready To Fly
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- 4 channel radio control duel propeller system.
- Full movement controll: forward, backward, left, right, up and down.
- Revolutionary co-axial rotor technology.
- Replica design.
Top Customer Reviews
Battery lasts for about 10 minutes and takes 40 mins - 1 hr to charge fully
Tail rotor is cosmetic only, but still cool
Indicator on transmitter for batter power, and led on helicopter for battery life left in li-ion battery(sometimes hard to see)
Speed and control
BEST BY FAR IN CLASS FOR TRIM ADJUSTMENTS! CANT BE BEAT FOR PRICE!
Somewhat lacking on durability for an entry level helicopter
Notched throttle provides lack of precise control for hover flight, unlike a spring tension throttle (Only on occasion however)
This is not a good first helicopter; the parts are only available mail order and usually shipping costs as much as the parts. The controls are super sensitive and not good for a beginner.
It looks cool and maybe more experienced RC people can control it but the parts issue makes it too costly.
Trust me spend the extra dough and check out the Blade CX2 by e-flight its way better for a first time helicopter. Extremely stable and responds well plus parts are as close as your nearest hobby store and it's Fun.
I strongly suggest to anyone thinking of buying this product to look elsewhere for a better quality item. This piece of junk has had zero reliability for me, and the seller has not been adequate in addressing my initial request to return this piece of junk for a full refund to the person who attempted to get me a gift. Both the product and the seller have been sub-par for the duration of this purchase, and at this point I'm concerned that now it won't be returnable because it's been a week and a half (the seller's website has a three-day return policy on RC toys).
If you are looking for a known good remote control heli that is reliable and more likely to be worth what you spend, I suggest looking for the E-Flite Blade MCX at the same price point as this product, or if you're willing to spend a little more for good quality and a large replacement parts and support community on the web then search for the E-Flite Blade CX2. This piece of junk is not worth the money you pay for it, and getting any kind of reliable support from this seller has been a nightmare. If I could give this product negative stars I surely would.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Helicopter took off upon installation/connection of the battery. Remote control was off and batteries were not even on yet! (???) Returned. But it seems like a nice machine.Published 15 months ago by Rivan
took a little to get use to but works just fine. lotta fun outdoors.
goes pretty fast. very nice looking
I own six rc helis. This looks good in the add but that's where the good ends. You can't fly this inside unless you have a gymnasium. It's all over the place. Read morePublished on March 25, 2011 by PD
This is fun, challenging and really cool military heli, but it needs space.
My 11 yr old picked this one to step up from 2 and 3 ch heli's and is afraid to touch it. Read more
Cute. Hard to fly in the Texas winds because of the size of the copter. Kinda small, but too big to fly inside the house. Worth the money just to play with and the cats hate it.Published on January 19, 2009 by Terry Slade
This helicopter is extremely poor quality and the seller has been incredibly poor as far as service. Read morePublished on January 3, 2009 by John Lieske
- Ready to fly
- Comes with everything you need
- A little tricky to fly(Controls aren't to responsive)
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Whether you support my protest here or feel it's only a "worthless diatribe," please tell Amazon you support my request to have my account deleted. Thanks. Read morePublished on December 31, 2008 by TucsonShopper
I'm aware that there are some split opinions regarding this particular unit. Some people have loved it and others have had tough luck. Read morePublished on December 13, 2008 by Mark A. Johnson