Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter with Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade and USB Charger
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- Indoor/outdoor capability.
- Dual mode operation.
- Lcd transmitter/fine tuning.
- Convenient binding.
- Servo cyclic control.
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Hero RC H911 is a 100 class helicopter. It is a 4 channel fixed pitch helicopter providing true radio control helicopter flight performance. It is constructed with composite plastic materials providing light weight and durability. Its elastic properties make it great for novice pilots that may crash frequently. The H911 comes equipped with a 2.4ghz transmitter with an LCD screen. The LCD screen provides the pilot with trim information and a visual aspect of trim settings. It also has a plug allowing you to charge the batteries if there is no USB port around. The Hero RC H911 is all about the fun and excitement with radio control helicopter flying. The entire package allows the pilot to be ready to fly within minutes of charging the battery. Extra spare blades are also included in the package in case of mishaps. Specifications:
Length: 223mm (~8.7in)
Height: 81mm (~3.2in)
Rotor Diameter: 189mm (~7.4in)
Flight Duration: 5-7minutes
Charging Time: 50-60 minutes
Range: 50-80m (~54-87yards)
V911 4-Channel Helicopter
2x 3.7V 130Mah Li-poly
Extra rotor blades
Required to Fly:
Transmitter requires 6 AA Batteries to operate
**Can not be flown in windy conditions
**NOTE** Extra spare parts are on the bottom side of the box.
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The gyro works. It's mentioned in the instruction, but I'll say it again. You need to set the heli on a leveled surface as soon as you insert the battery, because it will initialize the gyro right after that and uses it as the "base" meaning the heli will always try to return to this position during flight until next initialization. So imagine the heli's "base" is in a tilted position... Not fun! Fly indoor first if the space is big enough, or fly outside when there is NO WIND during your leaning period. I'd still call it a toy, but there is still a little bit of learning curve, because the heli is very agile and the control is very sensitive compared to the indoor infra-red 3.5-channel model. If the gyro is initialized correctly then it should hover pretty easily. After some trimming, it will hover by itself, and then you will have some serious fun! Remember, crashing is inevitable, at least for me, so practice practice and practice. This little bird can take some `unintentional beatings'. There are a lot of cheap replacement parts you can on eBay, so don't worry about your wallet being too shallow. Some personal advice: I'd buy another charger and some high capacity (200 mah) batteries to allow more, if not continuous, flying time. I also bought a few replacement canopies and replaced the original one before I destroy it. The shark face is just too cool!
That's all. I hope that would help you making the final decision. Any comment is welcome. Thanks for reading.
Here is some advice for beginners or anyone having problems with this heli:
1.) The heli has lots of cyclic movement for anyone new to flying. Before you fly, disconnect each control linkage from the servo horn (from the factory it's connected on the outer-most hole) and connect to the inside hole on the servo horn. This substantially reduces the amount of movement the swashplate will receive resulting in a much tamer heli. As you progress, use mode 2 to get the full amount of movement to the swashplate which allows faster turns and forward/back. When you're comfortable with mode 2, switch the control linkages back to the outer hole on the servo horn. Now you can really make the heli move around, especially this combined with mode 2.
2.) My heli would not stay in one place. It drifted substantially forward and to the left. Per the instructions, I lengthened the control linkages (by unscrewing the control end outwards) until it hovered in one place. Use the instructions to fix the "drift". If you have to use excessive amounts of "trim" on the transmitter, you NEED to adjust your control linkages.
3.) I had a heck of a time getting the gyro to initialize properly (perhaps it was due the drifting of the heli). My process now is this: A.) Put the battery in as instructed on a level surface B.) WAIT while the light on receiver board flashes fast C.) When the light switches from a fast flash to a slow flash THEN turn on the transmitter and wait for it to bind with a solid BEEP. My heli has a pretty damn stable hover every time I do this and NO trim is needed, ever.
Battery is a trick to remove..I pulled the battery out from the copter without really giving any consideration on how the batteries were made and separated the top part of the battery from the battery itself.That is operator error! Not the battery manufactures fault. You need to be careful when removing the battery. I really thought that this helicopter had issues because of the flying characteristics after flying the 3.5 channel copters. This helicopter can fly just like the real thing once you get the hang of it. Thanks Folks For Reading This Review.
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