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Syma S107/S107G R/C Helicopter - Yellow
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- 2 Selectable Frequencies Let's You Fly Up To 2 Helicopters At Once
- Full 3 channels: up, down, left, right, forward, and backward
- The transmitter has an alignment trim, a charging and power indicator, a left/right lever and trimmer
- Suitable for indoor flying only
- Flight range is approximately 30'
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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.Read more ›
Pros: Very stable, Co-axial design helps greatly in this.
Gyro makes flying extremely simple and easy
Design of heli is very sound, and durability is terrific. (I purposefully crashed it into a few objects to see how it would respond, also flew it directly into the ceiling on purpose and absolutely no dmg, cosmetic or otherwise.)
Cons: Control is infrared. This can be problematic when around LCD tvs, Compact flourescent light bulbs, etc.
Absolutely no wind, Turn off all fans and stay away from vents. Also small spaces will result in the air generated by the heli being pushed back onto it causing difficulty of control. (I turned multiple fans on and was still able to fly it fine; however I wouldn't recommend this. Also flying outside is possible, but not advisable. Wind being the main issue; however the sun will also affect the infrared remote.Read more ›
You can fly this little guy in a small apartment or a small room and you will have fun doing so. It's great for offices since it's not too loud and again easy to maneuver.
Hope you enjoy it!
Sometime in the 1990s RC copters became available, but they were thousands of dollars and out of reach of most people.
Then about 5 years ago they started to make affordable ones, costing around $100. These copters always seemed to last about 5 minutes, and then crashed and snapped a wing. Nobody likes that very much. They were also harder to control.
Now lets visit the present, where you can get a $20 Syma 107 that is absolutely awesome in every single way.
Here are some great attributes from my personal experience:
1. I have crashed the darn thing over 50 times and it has not broken yet. Still flies right and true.
2. It was extremely easy to master the controls after dedicating about 3-5 flights (battery lasts 15 minutes)
3. Easy to control with just 2 joysticks. There is an up and down, and a fly around (there is also a trim tab but I never use it)
4. The battery lasts a solid 15 minutes. This is enough time to keep a grown adult's interest. I fly mine at coffee breaks to curb the monotony of my desk job.
5. It only takes 45 minutes to charge, and the charger has a light indicator to tell you when it is done.
1. You really cannot complain about this copter. It is an incredible $20 toy. The battery time of 15 minutes initially sounds disappointing, but after you have had it a couple days it is just enough of a "play break".
2. You cannot fly this outside (but so what?). The wind does not favor well with this little guy. You can upgrade to a larger Syma copter for around $50-$100 and get an outdoor one.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Although it is a little bit smaller than I thought it would be, it's a very well constructed toy. The charging port took a little time to figure out but after doing so, everything... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Daniel White-Odudua
Toy didn't work right out of the box. It was a gift and missed the return window to return. Not pleased.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
We got great mileage out of these. Kids love them. Great for compelling a bit of multitasking processing in those little noggins.Published 14 days ago by Twisted Barbed Wire