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Black Spider Remote Helicopter

2.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

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  • Easy to fly
  • 2 Channel Infrared Helicopter
  • Built in LED Light
  • Remote Controller Requires (6) AA Batteries (Not Included)
  • Ages 9+
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Black Spider Remote Control Helicopter

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 6 x 6 inches
Item Weight 13.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B00A10DRUO
Manufacturer recommended age 9 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #366,570 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#2,396 in Toys & Games > Play Vehicles > Toy RC Vehicles & Batteries > Toy RC Vehicles
#8,902 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids
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2.5 out of 5 stars 22 customer reviews

2.5 out of 5 stars

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If one if the rotors stops take the nose cover off you will see a broken wire under the battery. Resolder the wire and put the battery on the black plastic not the board.
Once this is fixed the helicopter is pretty durable.
Good luck
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This is a decent helicopter for the price. The only issue is that the wires used to connect the motors that spin the rotors are VERY thin. On top of that, for some reason the manufacturer glued these wires to the LiPo battery, which is relatively heavy in comparison. So, if you crash it in the right way, the battery gets flung around in the nose cone and rips the wires from the control board.

How to fix/prevent this: If this hasn't happened to you, you should unscrew the plastic nose cone and remove it. Inside, you'll find the battery with an adhesive backing and the tiny wires stuck to it. Detach the wires from the adhesive (the tiny wires stuck to it, not the fat wires soldered to the battery), then press the battery to the black plastic frame so it sticks to the frame solidly. Problem fixed.
If this has happened to you, remove the nose cone, detach the wires from the sticky backing of the battery, then you need to strip (teeth work great!) the tiny wires and resolder them to the board. The wire colors seem to be different for each copter, so you need to look at both motors wires to see which way they go. On the back motor, note which side of the copter the wire is. For instance, on mine the left wire was white and the right was black. Follow each wire to the front of the copter and see which PCB pad they are connected to. The pads will have labels: M1-, M2- and M+. One of the back motor wires will be attached to M1- and one will be attached to M+. Now, for the front motor (which is usually the broken one) you simply need to reverse the sides. So, if for your back motor, the left wire was attached to M+ and the right wire was attached to M1-, then for the front motor, the left wire should be attached to M2- and the right wire should be attached to M+.
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I bought this for my grandson for Easter... sad to say that it didnt even work from the beginning. I charged it myself before giving it to him... just wished i tried it first. What a bummer for him when it didnt even work!! I have had many other remote Helicopters (not of this brand), and this is the second one that has done this. I switched brands from the first one that didnt work, and ordered this one.... and this one didnt work either.
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Don't Bother. Pass on this for better options. This helicopter is very unstable because it is only 2 channels and has no electronic gyro stabilization. My son had it for one day, and now it is trashed due to multiple crashes that broke the rotor stabilizer and cracked 3 out of 4 rotors. I have the Syma 107G that is about $20. Much better helicopter.
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For what I paid My dad Loved it for the 15 minutes he used it. It held up to quite a few crashes
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Almost all of the helicopters we ordered were broken. Some of the packages had been previously opened. Disappointing and could not be given out as gifts as we intended bc we didn't trust that they worked.
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It was hard to fly it at first. I dialed in the trim and played with it for a few days to get the hang of it. It is a cool toy! When my dad crashed it the bottom rotor stopped working. So I took it apart and found that one of the wires for the bottom rotor motor was detached. So I soldered it back and it works great. I think its durable for what it is. You can fly it from room to room in the house. I haven't tried outside yet. The key to takeoff is thrust and controlling the spin with the right stick. Maintaining flight is a matter of throttle control and steering. Stay away from walls- you'll get sucked into it.
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We bought two of these for our son for Christmas. The first one didn't work at all, right out of the box. The second one did work...for about 15 minutes. Our daughter bumped it into the ceiling, a wire connection must have disengaged inside the copter, and only one propeller worked after that (enough to make it spin around on the floor but not get off the ground again).
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