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Syma S107/S107G R/C Helicopter with Gyro- Red
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- Highly Rated: 4.0 star rating with over 13,100 reviews
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- Easy to Fly
- Great for Beginners
- Battery Type: Lithium Polymer (LiPO Battery)
- Motor Type: Brushed
- S107 and S107G differ only in labeling. Either may be shipped.
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3 Channels Infrared RC Helicopter
Gyroscope system can constantly adjust the aircraft Various spin phenomena in flight. Let the airplanes in flight is more stable, more easy to operate.
Helicopter flies more safely, as it will be power-off automatically when chocked.
Colorful flashing lights
Colorful flashing light, keep your aircraft at night flying is quite excellent.
Battery: 3.7V 150Mah Li-poly.
Charging time: About 50-60 minutes (USB Charging).
Flying time: About 6-8 minutes.
Syma S107G is equipped with a 4-in-1 infra-red receiver (Gyro, ESC, Mixer, Receiver). This palm size S107 Toy Helicopter (18.5cm long) comes with Aluminum Frame and a Great detail canopy. It is able to move in 3 Direction base on the 3 Channels, anyone can hover it easily. Since it is made with Aluminum Frame, very light weight and almost indestructible in any crash.
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Syma S107G 3.5 Channel RC Helicopter with Gyro in Red color scheme. Flight Control Includes Up/Down, Left/Right Turn and Forward/Backward movements. Includes USB Charger and Spare Tail Blade. For Use Indoors ONLY Due to Infrared Control. Battery Type: Lithium Polymer (LiPO Battery). C Rate: 15C. Volts: 3.7. Capacity: 150mAh. Cell Count: 1S. Continuous Discharge: 15C (2.25A). Watt Hours: 0.56. Motor Type: Brushed. Age Rating: 14+ With Adult Supervision. Charger: USB. Radio: Infrared. Fuel Source: Electric. Length: 8.7 in (220.98mm). Height: 1.5 in (38.1mm). Width/Diameter: 3.9 in (99.06mm).
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I see a lot of comments here about how easy this model is to break. The two channel models I have are much more likely to break because you have very little control. With the Syma S107, you have ABSOLUTE control. Have you ever seen a dragonfly in flight - stopping and turning on a dime? That's what this helicopter reminds me of.
Right out of the box it is impressive. The quality of construction is beautiful to look at. If you've ever seen one of the huge rc helicopters that the pros fly, this looks like a scaled down version, with a metal frame and boom tubes just like the big ones. Two separate motors operate the main rotors independently. When you initiate a turn, one rotor spins faster than the other to generate torque, which turns the aircraft. It's the same principle that is used to turn real twin main rotor helicopters like the CH-46 Sea Knight and the CH-47 Chinook.
The really cool part is the tail rotor. It's mounted at 90 degrees to what you're used to seeing on a helicopter. It blows air up and down, not left and right. The tail rotor is what generates forward and backward movement by raising or lowering the tail, and it is very precise and responsive.
A couple of tips if you're new to this type of toy:
1. After charging, put the helicopter on a good, clear section of floor and turn on the helicopter and remote.
2. Don't touch the right control yoke yet - you don't need it.
3. Hold the throttle yoke in your left hand and the small trim adjuster knob in the right.
4. GRADUALLY move the left yoke forward to increase throttle until the helicopter barely leaves the ground. Watch for left or right rotation and turn the trim knob to make the helicopter hover without rotating. Once it hovers without turning by using only the throttle, you're ready to fly.
5. Get used to the throttle by GRADUALLY increasing and decreasing. The biggest problem is using too much throttle and hitting the ceiling, then the helicopter falls all the way to the floor. That's how they break. If you're careful, you'll be OK.
6. ENJOY. This is the coolest toy I've had in years, and my kids like it so much, I bought another for each of them today.
I googled this problem, and I tried a few things that DIDN'T work (it's not because lubrication is needed, or because the rotor shaft is loose, or because the balance bar is bent or needs to be replaced).
The REAL reason for the problem is subtle breakage in a key part of the upper rotor assembly. It's not the balance bar that needs replacing, but a plastic molded part that is a point of common connection for the central rotor shaft, the upper pair of wings, and the balance bar. I've attached a photograph of the part and HOW IT BREAKS. That is, two tiny arms of the piece snap (the two broken parts are shown). It is very difficult to SEE this breakage because it is mostly hidden, but a careful examination will reveal that this break destabilizes the upper rotor assembly.
SOLUTION: Buy the "commonly needed" replacement parts. They're just $5 on eBay (you'll get much faster free shipping from U.S. based suppliers on eBay, because the suppliers here on Amazon are all based in China). Make sure you have a small screwdriver set, and get to work. A little bit of silicone spray lubricant (not WD40, because that will attract gunk) can't hurt. Note that because of small variances in part sizes and screw sizes, I found it best to replace as much of the entire upper motor assembly as you can, rather than just this one piece that breaks. Also note that the replacement kits that I got didn't have every single part (namely, missing the horizontal brackets that hold the wings).
Now, instead of two duds plus one functional, I have THREE working copters! Hope this helps.
(Oh, and I rate this toy 4 stars, and not 5 because of lack of instructions for how to deal with what seems to be a very common and fixable problem.)
The primary difference seems to be a change of software. The S107 had an issue where when turning and moving the throttle far up and down, the helicopter would spin very rapidly. This would cause it to be a bit out of control, but was kind of fun if you learned to work with it. the S107G has fixed this issue. While turning, the turn speed is almost completely unaffected by throttling up/down.
The USB charging cable has been slightly improved in the S107G. With the S107, it would glow dim red while charging, and bright red when done. On the S107G, it is completely off while charging, and glows when done.
Finally, you've got more color choices on the S107G.
I hope this clears up some confusion.