Syma S033G 3.5 Channel 700mm Large RC Helicopter Ready to Fly. Colors May Vary in Yellow or Red.
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- Condition:100% Brand New
- 3D full functions Helicopter
- LED flashing lights
- Coaxial structure provides stable flight and easy operation
- Super durable and anti-crash
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Syma S033G Larger RC Helicopter Specifications: Product size:67 x 30 x 13 cm Package size:86 x 50 x 15 cm Helicopter Battery: 7.4V 1100Mah Li-poly(include) Transmitter Batteries:4 x AA Batteries(not include) Flying time:8-12mins Remote distance:approx 60m Remote control frequency:27mhz/40mhz Syma S033G Radio Control Helicopter Package Include: 1 x 3ch S033 helicopter 1 x Remote Radio Controller 1 x charger 1 x instruction 1 x 11.1V 1100mah battery 1 x tail blade(Free) 1 x screwdriver(Free) Available in Red or Yellow Color
Top Customer Reviews
1. Battery position: I read all over where people said to move the battery forward an inch to help with forward thrust. That worked great except That I could not swap batteries out, creating a sucky long recharge wait to fly my new toy again!.... Too impractical for me. I want to fly longer than 6 minutes! So I found the best way was to REMOVE THE BATTERY ENTIRELY. Place velcro on the bottom front of your chopper and put velcro on your BATTERIES(plural). Wow..I can swap a dead battery out in 10 seconds, and even place my battery as forward as I want, to help the out-of-the-box forward thrust issue.
2. Antenna: I read different ways to wrap your antenna here and there to get best signal. Would your wrap your automobile antenna around in circles to get better reception? The manufacturer wraps the antenna nice and neat as part of packaging and making everything look cool, new, and neat when you unpack your new chopper. That's the only reason as far as I'm concerned. Bottom line: LET YOUR ANTENNA DANGLE. I have never had a signal problem. Yesterday, I sat in the dug out of a adult softball field and flew this at least 20 feet beyond the home run fence, and at least 60 feet up...I could barely see the chopper it was so far away and flew it back to me. In other words, I flew over 225 feet(softball fence distance) with a dangling antenna. Don't loopty loop or cut one inch of the insulation off at the end.
3. Tail Rotor: I ordered the $2.99 Double Horse 9104 Helicopter Spare Parts Tail Blade (Blue) B0089VMSZ2 . This was larger, fit on the chopper and gave much better forward thrust. While waiting for the upgrade, I took a couple old credit cards and cut them into two nice big rudder props for the existing tail rudder. Next, I cut the width of the existing tail rudder in half with heavy duty scissors. About 2/16" from each side of the existing prop to help offset weight with the added credit cards props. I used plain old super glue to glue the American express and master card props to the cut props. I made the bond stronger by using vise grip pliers to hold steady pressure while drying. 30 minutes later I tried it out and it works just as good as the double horse modification. Tail rudder mod + forward battery mod = forward thrust issue solved. You can now fly into small winds. Only problem is your forward and rear thrust will be reversed, since the Double Horse prop is opposite angled from the S032. If you are good with circuit boards you can reverse this little issue. Otherwise I adjusted fine to the reversed controls.
4. Main Rotor Blades. I read where someone said that the Main Rotor Blade Set A And B 4 Pc For The Double Horse 9053 Gyro Helicopter B003PNSO4S are sturdier and fit onto the s033g. The person claims that with these new rotors he had better performance and more stability control. A couple of times, my top and bottom rotor blades hit each other because of their flexibility while flying at a good height, and i make a sudden turn, making me temporarily loose control of the chopper...giving me a moment of panic. I am still awaiting these new blades and will post my results if I can get back into this thread. UPDATE: The 9053 blades didn't fit so don't do it unless you are adept at engineering and can adapt the blades somehow.
1. You can order every part of this chopper down to the screws. The spare parts are pretty cheap and easy to replace parts yourself. So if you manage to break something, don't sweat it too much. I'm no engine mechanic and was able to tear this chopper down and rebuild it. I used the wrong type battery once, during a drunken stupor and fried the circuit board. I ordered a new one for a few bucks and figured out how to replace it. All i needed was the small head phillips screw driver and needle nose pliers. I own two 2033gs now.
2. Like TIMEX, these take a licking and keep ticking. Example= yesterday while I was flying the s033g at a softball field, i turned my attention away from flying for a moment resulting in the chopper directly crashing into the field steel light poles, at least 30 feet up. I ran to the chopper like one of my loved ones were seriously injured....and nothing but a couple scratches. After close inspection to make sure no rotor parts broke away, I flew it again...flew perfectly.
1. Some parts can take a couple weeks or more to get since most spare parts sellers are in china.
2. If your a supper NOOB like I was and fly your chopper as high as it will go straight out of the box, the crosswinds you didn't know were up there, will take your bran new chopper bye bye. I hope you have running shoes on.
That's all folks!