Silverlit PicooZ Helicopter - 3 Channel Atlas - £10.39 Delivered Amazon UK - HotUKDeals
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Measuring only 7 inches from nose to tail, and weighing just 12 grams, The PicooZ Atlas fits into the palm of your hand and can lift vertically, hover or strafe left and right without fuss or nonsense. With its lightweight, flexible foam body the PicooZ Atlas houses a high-grade rechargeable lithium battery and a minute propeller motor that enable it to fly around for approximately 10 minutes from a single charge. The Atlas is a 3 Channel helicopter which means the user has the ability to control flight altitude, forwards and backwards movement and the direction of flight. The auto stability system incorporated into the mechanics make it easy to operate indoors and even outdoors in calm conditions. Charging the Atlas is simple. Connect the helicopter to the hand held remote control unit and wait for the charging indicator to signify the on board battery is being charged. Due to its size and weight the Atlas is most suited to indoor flight but will operate outdoors in still conditions.
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#1
very nice, i'm after one of those flapping bird/planes for my bro for chrimbo, this looks too tempting tho
#2
Just bought one, great price, thanks. Silverlit are good
#3
Are these like the ones you see in shopping centres for around £15?
#4
Bought one of these a few months back. Great little helicopter,very controllable and battery hasn't given up the ghost like other makes i have had in the past.:thumbsup:
#5
my 5 year s be son is after a helicopter for christmas, would this be suitable for him?
#7


I don't like the colour though !
#8
Red Devil
I don't like the colour though !


I was referring to this same one being posted in that deal.
Only messing really ;-)
#9
agriff2
my 5 year s be son is after a helicopter for christmas, would this be suitable for him?


They can be quite tricky to handle. Maybe a bit too much for a five year old, but at a tenner it will be worth the look on his face when he flies it up into the roof like my borther-in-law did on the first attempt. They are good fun and fairly robust
#10
Used to fly 4ch heli's, but this may just be fun to faff about indoors with :thumbsup: ordered mine!
#11
I have one of these and its a great little machine.The ones you see in the shops for £15-£20 normally are only 2 channel, so with this one being 3, then this is a great deal.
#12
Good price. I bought my grandchildren another make which is quite difficult to fly straight. I hear that these are better. Good find.
banned#13
Tonybeau
Good price. I bought my grandchildren another make which is quite difficult to fly straight. I hear that these are better. Good find.


Yeah, with this one they will be able to fly straight into your nose / hair / drink / etc. without missing! :-D
#14
had two of these last year and neither lasted more than two days! Disappointing!
#15
good deal, but the tandem is only a fiver more and is much better IMO.
#16
Can anyone tell me which of these are easiest to fly, the one advertised here or this one:-
#17
jen06
Can anyone tell me which of these are easiest to fly, the one advertised here or this one:-
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverLit-SE85615-Silverlit-PicooZ-Helicopter/dp/B000FNUF8O/ref=pd_sim_k_h_b_cs_3/275-9991130-1459546

Personally I'd get the tandem, this deal, the one you've posted.

In that order (tandem first obviously!)
#18
I can thoroughly Recommend the Tandem... awsome piece of Kit and fantastic value at £15.90 @ Amazon...

That said I've just gone for this Atlas as its bound to be worth the £10 being 3 channel

H&R OP :)
#19
Yeah look on youtube this chopper ain't as stable as the tandemz IMO!
#20


That is 2 channel this is 3 channel!
#21
What's the second reviewer on Amazon been upto with these?:thinking:

"although this is the best toy(flies forward yes-and its fast) i've ever had i must admit that out of the 7 pieces i received only 1 works perfectly. i originally ordered 2 and since then kept sending them back for replacement. i really thank amazon for their service. free shipping back!

-fault on 4: keeps spinning left!
-fault on 2: not flying forward!

i only got one which perfectly works.

by the way i still got a faulty one lying however i am actually embarrassed to send it back for replacement. but i guess i'll have to.
oh yes, the legs of of all the helicopters werent straight.

i guess that the series i got had a serious manufacturing fault. or is it just me?

still, if your one works trust me you'll have so much fun with it. flies forward yes. only a few low price helicopters can do that on the market. all the 2 channels are boring!"
#22
My Husnand will love this, great xmas pressie!
#23
My Fella would love one of these for xmas.

Ive been reading that the tandem one is better but having no idea what that is i was hoping that one of you could help me out with a link to it or something? Pretty please :)
#24
l_i_s_a
My Fella would love one of these for xmas.

Ive been reading that the tandem one is better but having no idea what that is i was hoping that one of you could help me out with a link to it or something? Pretty please :)


Try typing "tandem" into the search box (top right).
#25
l_i_s_a
My Fella would love one of these for xmas.

Ive been reading that the tandem one is better but having no idea what that is i was hoping that one of you could help me out with a link to it or something? Pretty please :)


Could this be the tandem?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverlit-PicooZ-Blade-Channel-Helicopter/dp/B001381O8U/ref=pd_sim_k_h_b_cs_2

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