Most helpful positive review
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2013
The whole package (Shown in the picture) came in one small plastic baggie. No complaints about that.
My only complaint is that it does not come with screws! Screw that! So if you happen to lose one of the screws, then you might as well buy a new helicopter. So be careful and make sure you don't lose any screws. You can replace any parts of the helicopter but not the screws.
The rotor blades chip and form "bite marks" from hitting each other mainly because they're thin and not a heavy-duty plastic. Not really anyone's fault but Syma's and the person who crashes the helicopter. So I do recommend replacing the rotors blades every now and then so that the helicopter can optimize it flight capabilities. I'm sure damage blades hinder the helicopter's ability to hover properly as in staying still in the X and Z coordinates.
Here is one thing I cannot emphasize ENOUGH. The rotor blades are strictly for the S111G. The S11G are a fourth of an inch shorter than other versions like the S107. If you use the S107 blades with the S111G, it'd be hitting the rear blades.
Overall, I'm pleased.