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New Boeing Chinook Wireless 3 Channel Cargo Helicopter - £19.99 delivered Ebay daily deal

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Novel Design - Coaxial rotor blade on front & back Very Easy to control - Once you appropriate Eight way directions, forward, backward, up, down The real Boeing CH-47 Chinook is a very distin…
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Novel Design - Coaxial rotor blade on front & back
Very Easy to control - Once you appropriate
Eight way directions, forward, backward, up, down

The real Boeing CH-47 Chinook is a very distinctive looking versatile, twin-engine, tandem rotor heavy-lift helicopter. Its primary roles include troop movement, artillery emplacement and battlefield re-supply. There is a wide loading ramp at the rear of the fuselage and three external-cargo hooks.
This Syma RC model is styled like this famous military helicopter and like the real thing features a real working tandem rotor system. It comes complete with a super wide infrared control and UK charger. Its miniature size and light weight construction ensure that it can withstand most crashes and fly with an unprecedented level of stability and precision.

The Chinook comes in a nice window display box which makes it a great gift. The transmitter and UK battery charger are included in the box. The model is made from strong plastic instead of similar models on the market that are made from polystyrene. The model also comes with a better Li-polymer battery which gives more power for better flight and a longer flight time.
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#1
That looks like a lot of fun!
3 Likes #2
I use this to get to work, beats driving in the snow and ice. Practise on Microsoft flight Sim first, cyclic controls can be hard to grasp. Dont stand up straight when walking to cockpit
#3
wow shame really as this was £17.99 on play.com a few weeks ago I didnt realise it was so much cheaper.
#4
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)

Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.
#5
andysubaru
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)

Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.


Your link doesnt work
#6
poisondwarf
andysubaru
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.
Your link doesnt work

Replace the stars with cgi. ebay with no spaces
2 Likes #7
Could this airlift a rich tea? This is a conundrum that has been bothering me for a while now and this could be the answer.
#8
it could airlift a small rich tea crumb, hope that helps
1 Like #9
If it hasn't got a giro on, give it a wide berth! (not saying this hasn't)
It will wallow around virtually out of control, which is why I binned mine after hours of use (well minutes).
The newer versions of mini copters have giro's in, and dont cost any more, much more fun as they are much more controllable!
Someone recommended a SYMA S107G (g for giro) I have one, £20 delivered off ebay and is SO much fun and very accurate, it will properly hover without 'circling' around.
Another thing to mention, on ebay you can get plenty of cheap spares for syma's, if you don't mind waiting a week or two the spares are stupidly cheap from Hongkong. Even though they are tough, bits WILL dent/break/fly off so be prepared if you can't get spares all the fun is over!


Edited By: G0OSE on Dec 18, 2010 11:33: .
#10
Thanks I guess I will have to keep looking
#11
lumsdot
I use this to get to work, beats driving in the snow and ice. Practise on Microsoft flight Sim first, cyclic controls can be hard to grasp. Dont stand up straight when walking to cockpit

Fail!
#12
The one I attempted to link to does have a gyro. Go for that one, you won't regret it!
#13
these mini-copter toys are awsome.

I got the micro mosquito a while back when it came out & was about £80 or so ( couple of years maybe ? ) and I still muck about with it. I guess the newer ones are much better.

I used to fly RC planes so have a bit of savvy about controlling these things, even the cheap ones are pretty stable.

Buy. Have fun. (get one with a gyro)
#14
You can get this from Boots under the Red 5 brand ( but marked as Syma also on box) in their 3 for 2 gift offer. Price is £25, but if you're buying something else anyway it could be nowt. Really easy to fly, my 11 year old mastered it in 5 minutes, wheres as the Silverlit he go last year ended up in the bin from frustration after several hours of attempts.
#15
andysubaru
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.

This doesn't look like one with a giro, 'm no expert so correct me if I'm wring.

Is this the right one? Seems very cheap if so? http://****.co.uk/Syma-S107G-GYRO-MiNi-3CH-RC-Helicopter-RTF-Metal-Gift-/120657355840?pt=Radio_Control_Parts_Accessories&hash=item1c17bd2440

I really fancy one of these, they look a right laugh :D

Edited By: The Governor on Dec 18, 2010 11:55
#17
The Governor
andysubaru
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.


This doesn't look like one with a giro, 'm no expert so correct me if I'm wring.

Is this the right one? Seems very cheap if so? http://****.co.uk/Syma-S107G-GYRO-MiNi-3CH-RC-Helicopter-RTF-Metal-Gift-/120657355840?pt=Radio_Control_Parts_Accessories&hash=item1c17bd2440

I really fancy one of these, they look a right laugh :D


It says in the spec it has a gyro. I have the same one and it does. I think the later ones had G added to the name to make the model line up clearer.
Its so easy to fly even my 4 year old can do it! I took it outside on a dull day and got it higher than the house, dont try it on a windy day though!
#18
So the one in the OP does it have a giro? Or is there another one which is better to get?
#19
my son is obsessed with these helicoptors - we live near a base and he legs it outside rain or shine when he hears them and just stands there :)
hes only 4 but even if he just plays with it on the ground until he's older it will be worth the look on his face when he opens it :D
thanks
#20
http://****.co.uk/SYMA-S022-CHINOOK-CH-47-3-CH-RTF-RC-HELICOPTER-/110618117858?pt=UK_ToysGames_RadioControlled_JN&hash=item19c15a86e2#ht_1434wt_1139

This one is massive its 40Cm long ! the youtube vids of the big one look great. GOt a couple of these anyway for a play on Christmas with nephews.
#21
I want a remote chopper now so badly I can taste it :D I wonder what my best bet before Christmas is...
#22
I know me too, its says 2-3 dys delivery so its all up to the snow now
#23
rent-a-tent
Could this airlift a rich tea? This is a conundrum that has been bothering me for a while now and this could be the answer.
"Airlift a rich tea" had me in tears laffing. Thanks mate,lol.
#24
lumsdot
it could airlift a small rich tea crumb, hope that helps

I once saw a porn film about a biscuit orgy. Some of the crumb shots were fantastic !
#25
If my kids play with this and inevitably fly it into someone's face,will it damage them,or their eyesight?
This is what worries me about them.
I apologise if I sound daft,but this really concerns me,as my son of 8yrs really wants one,but he has younger siblings.
Thanks for reply.
#26
lumsdot
I use this to get to work, beats driving in the snow and ice. Practise on Microsoft flight Sim first, cyclic controls can be hard to grasp. Dont stand up straight when walking to cockpit
My colleague use to fly Helicopters and he told me the same thing to practice first on Microsoft Flight Sim then go onto the real thing. Awesome.
#27
lumsdot
I use this to get to work, beats driving in the snow and ice. Practise on Microsoft flight Sim first, cyclic controls can be hard to grasp. Dont stand up straight when walking to cockpit

My colleague use to fly Helicopters and he told me the same thing to practice first on Microsoft Flight Sim then go onto the real thing. Awesome.
#28
Thanks for the OP.

I bought the S107 that was linked here instead. Looks brilliant.

Bob.
#29
i have one of these and the're great fun - battery last about 15 mins tho - charge takes 25mins

Edited By: Deal_HUNT3R on Dec 18, 2010 14:27
#30
dh058977
poisondwarf
andysubaru
I had one of these last year but would recommend this one (Syma S107 from same seller)Its much easier to fly and a lot more fun. The chinook can be quite frustrating in smaller spaces.
Your link doesnt work


Replace the stars with cgi. ebay with no spaces


Thanks for that
#31
Not bad, think i might an apache one instead :)
#32
rent-a-tent
Could this airlift a rich tea? This is a conundrum that has been bothering me for a while now and this could be the answer.


Was wondering if it would airlift the cash to the front door when that pizza delivery guy calls... and then airlift the pizza straight to my coffee table
Now that would be a challenge!
Where is Anneka when you need her?
#33
Voted hot,looks excellent,though after researching this product and others in the range,my mind seems to be made up and im gonna plump for the s022 (big) model (for my son of course..he he)
The reviews and youtube posts look awsome......now....just how cheap can i get this model ?.....£38 delivered is looking about best at min or anyone do better than that ??
#34
all sold :(
#35
What was the original price? Because now it says 20 quid and the deal's over.
#36
The best 'RC Chopper' I've seen in recent years is THIS ONE A 15 seconds in. ;) A proper chopper!

Edited By: Ripperoo on Dec 18, 2010 19:05:  
#37
dogger3513
......now....just how cheap can i get this model ?.....£38 delivered is looking about best at min or anyone do better than that ??


Where from Dogger? I'm interested in the big Chinook too.

The only one I can find is this one on Ebay, but it has ended.




Edited By: Ripperoo on Dec 18, 2010 19:55:  
#38
lolzzz all watch this flying penicopter.....

thanks reperoo
#39
has anyone actually received theres? by the looks on their feedback no one has?
looks like a bit of a con to me getting us all to purchase for xmas, it says 1/2 days for delivery and i paid saturday morning, i know there has been snow but theres none down here and we ordered a wii on wednesday and it came from the other end of the country the very next day
not impressed i am going to have to pay to send it back
#40
Got my S022 delivered for £39.99 on ebay.Got to say it really is the dog`s !!

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