Water Shooting 3.5 CH RC Helicopter Gyro V319 (Colors May Vary)
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•Function: Up/down, turn left/turn right, forward/backward/shoot water
•Battery: 3.7V 240MAH LI-POLY
•Charging time: 45 minutes
•Playing time: 10 minutes
•Controlling distance: 10 meters
•Battery for controller: 6 Pcs x AA (not include)
•Product Size(CM): 24*11.7*4.7
•Carton size(CM): 57*36*89
•Gross Weight: 8.5
•Net Weight: 6.2
•Frequency: A/B/C Channel Selector
•Style: 1color, 1 style
•Package Display box
•Test report: CE FCC ROHS
Top Customer Reviews
In the Aerodynamics and Fun categories, this bad boy goes to 11. But it has one serious drawback. I've been flying it for only a few days and the battery life is already down to 8 minutes. (I'm talking about the battery in the actual helicopter unit; the controller is powered by six AA batteries.)
I thought maybe Einstein's Theory of Relativity was at play here -- and that the battery life just SEEMED short. So I flew it last night until the battery was completely drained, charge it overnight, flew it again this morning, and timed it: 8 minutes total flight time before the battery died again.
OK, there's an upside: I might actually get some work done. Because if it flew for hours...well, it would fly for hours. Still, 8 minutes? I'm barely getting warmed up by then.
***UPDATE (six months later): I've now bought and flown four different remote control helicopters (both radio and IR) and can confidently say that they are all a blast to fly, but that Syma makes the most durable models.
I have smashed this thing into walls, ceilings, spinning fans, cats, my girlfriends face and the floor after a two story drop and it hasn't ever stopped working or flown differently
It is super responsive, and the controller is awesome, I'm not that big into looking like a huge nerd with a gigantic square RC controller with knobs and an antenna, so this is an absolutely great controller for me, since it looks basically like a cool modded out playstation 3 controller, you even fire the gun with the trigger!
The water cannon part is a lot better than I was expecting, I thought it would just kind of spritz out wimpily, but this thing actually jets out really far, and I can make it about halfway across the living room when I'm flying it up by the ceiling, great for covert cat tormenting
I am so glad I bought this thing and if you're in between getting this or a different indoor helicopter definitely go for this one, after flying for a few days and getting the hang of things with other helis you start to get bored, but with this one you can attack people, animals and inanimate objects without doing any damage and it is super hilarious to surprise everyone with a jet to the face
5 stars and 100% durable, worthwhile and fun
My V319 came with instructions, a controller, a USB charger, The helicopter itself, and some spare blades. My Heli is blue, whereas the picture of the product is red. The description does say that color may vary. The heli charges in about 45 minutes for me with the USB charger, which has a light indicating when it's done. This will always charge the battery of the helicopter fully when allowed to finish. The controller is capable of charging the helicopter but unless you want to spend a ton on new batteries as well as VERY QUICKLY RUIN YOUR HELICOPTER BATTERY by giving it progressively lower and lower charges, I would advise against using it while the USB functions.
The flight times on indoor helicopters vary considerably with how they are flown, the payload they are carrying, and what other devices draw off of the battery, basically everything. An average flight time seems to be about 4 minutes. If you back off the power too quickly and have to save the helicopter by using much more to compensate for the fall and catch it, the flight time goes down. The more you use the water gun, the more drains from the battery and the flight time goes down. The less aggressively you move the helicopter, the less you have to save it from falls, and the less you use the water gun (and fill the tank), the longer the flight time. I've flown aggressively and emptied the tank on the same flight for a shorter flight of about 3.5 minutes, while flying more carefully and without using the water gun I've managed 7 minute flights. I always turn off the lights on the front.
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My son was very excited but this would not work