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Proto CX Micro EP RTF 4-Ch Heli

by Revell

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Product Description

This is the electric powered, 2.4GHz radio controlled, ready to fly / Revell Proto CX Micro Helicopter. / No previous flying experience required. / / **Additional Technical Info Will Be Added When It Becomes Available.** / / FEATURES: Hovers, climbs, descends, turns and flies forward and reverse / Coaxial design produces smooth flight without spinning the fuselage / 2.4GHz 4-channel transmitter with LCD display and built-in battery / charger / Heading hold gyro / High capacity 3.7V LiPo battery / Flies for 10-12 minutes on a single charge / / INCLUDES: Revell Proto CX Micro Helicopter, 2.4GHz 4-ch Radio System, two / Motors, LiPo Battery, four AA Batteries, spare set of Rotor Blades / and Screwdriver / / REQUIRES: Charging battery / / SPECS: Rotor Diameter: 7.4" (188mm) / Overall Length: 8.4" (213mm) / Weight: 0.95oz (27g)

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0030ZWB0Y
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 14 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #625,855 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Please take my advice and get a different brand..
Drew
After two flights with a combined flying time of about 20 minutes I have already broken two sets of landing skids and two flybars.
Michael
Just don't crash it- even a little- or parts are sure to break.
Mikey

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roger in PA on July 20, 2011
I have read the other reviews and feel like I need to stick up for this little guy.

This is my second r/c helicopter. The first was one of those tiny ones you get for $20 at the mall, it was junk. I couldn't control it at all. I ended up throwing that one away.

This one however I like a lot. I find it pretty easy to control and was flying within minutes of having it charged up. You can control throttle, make it turn, make it lean left or right, and make it go forwards and backwards. I am not an expert r/c person so forgive me not knowing the correct terms I see everyone else using. You can fine tune the controls so if it spins in a certain direction or goes forward out of the box, you can dial it in to make it hover straight up and correct stuff with the tuning on the controls.

I also see a lot of people talking about needing to buy parts for it. I don't know what these people are flying into but I have crashed it a bit. I haven't had any problems that it wasn't designed to take. The tail piece on the end came off once but it is just a slip fit. I slid it right back on. The balance bar comes off if you crash it right but this to is made to pop right back on. It seems the stuff you are likely to knock off was made to where you can put it right back on. I haven't had to buy any parts and am hoping this remains the case.

Bottom line is I like it. This is my first real r/c helicopter and from a novice standpoint I think it's fairly easy to control. Are there better heicopters out there? I am sure there are many, but in the end I am happy and don't regret my purchase.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mike on December 27, 2011
When you first see this RC helicopter your first thought is its toy. The fact its a hobby grade model. The major difference is that this one there are parts available for it and there others don't offer replacement parts. This one is just like the full size ones we use to get around. This one has a washplate which moves the blades to get the helicopter moving forward, backward, left, and right. It flies way better than most of the more expensive and well now models out there. I give Revel major props on there success in building a great model. The thing everyone needs to remember is that you need to read all the paper work and understand what control does what in order to enjoy and successfully fly this helicopter. Its also going to take lots of patience. If your having trouble take it to you local hobby shop for help or call customer service if there aren't any in your area.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kyle on December 25, 2011
Don't be fooled by some of the reviews on here. Just because they can't fly it and crash the damn thing doesn't mean it sucks. I suggest using finesse when controlling the helicopter. Don't drop the throttle from 80% to 0% like the other reviewer; of course it's going to fall out of the sky! I can't believe someone would give this a 1 star because they wrecked it.

The 4 channels are awesome. Having roll and pitch is amazing compared to the $20 ones. It has trim tabs for all axis.

Great toy with precision flying capability.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Axl Myk on January 15, 2012
While charging your battery, read the manual, twice.
Make sure the transmitter is set to beginner mode. The indicator is in the middle of the display.
Push the right control stick in to change. You want a half circle for the indicator.

Start with enough throttle to lift off, making sure you have enough space to fly.
Adjust trims for stable hovering. Take your time. If you get into trouble, bring the throttle down to land it.
Learn to hover, then start moving it forward and back. Try side to side. Then try a pirouette.
Take your time. If it wanders, let go of the right control. It will steady itself.

This is not a 3 channel heli. Those are kids toys compared to the 4 channel models. It takes time to learn these.
You WILL hit things. It CAN break. Expect it to happen. CA glue can make temporary fixes until you get new parts.
This is a re-badged Nine Eagle Solo. Most parts are inter-changeable.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By couch flyer on December 13, 2011
After getting the turkey stuffed and in the oven I asked my 25 year old son to get some boxes out of my car. He looked at me kind of funny and saw I had something up my sleeve. He came back with a big grin and he started loading batteries and getting all three ready. I fly RC electric planes and so does my son. I bought these from RC place in Sacramento. They suggested I buy a few spare parts. Namely the flybar and inner shaft. We'll by the time he had all three charged up I had a good tumbler going and was feeling ready for a test flight. We tried the carpeted area in our family room and after a few pops and drops from ground to ceiling along with some gyrations we got our birds trimmed out and were able to hover, chase, and compete for targeted landings and obstacle course runs. Since we had a third my wifes cousin got in on the fun. Now his wife is asking me where to get one. I have to say, the 4 AA batteries in the kit wore out after 4 or 5 charges so go buy some extra. So far I've used one of the flybars because I took the bird outside and ended up sticking it in the top of one of our oak trees. After extracting it with one of my numerous throwing sticks we lost the flybar. After a little practice you can re insert the flybar by pushing it down into the prongs with the catch points vertical and then twisting it back till it locks / snaps back into place around the two hard points. Best to keep indoors. So far we've flown each one at least 15 times and crashed off of walls, ceilings, light fixtures, fans, you name it. One of the skids also broke. Heated up a small nail off the gas stove with pliers and fused the skid back together. Need to be careful inserting and extracting the batteries. Overall a lot of fun. I may graduate to something a little larger with more speed. Not for indoors though. Comes with extra rotors, so far have not needed them. Just take your time trimming it out, getting used to it and then take some chances.
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