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Super Micro Dragonfly R/C Helicopter is now back down to just £12.99 delivered from!

One of the smallest remote control helicopters in the world! Weighing in at less than 10 grams and measuring only 6.5 inches in length.

The Super Micro Dragonfly is capable of flying both indoors and outdoors (in very calm conditions only) and features a red flashing light for visibility...should you want to take it on a night flight...
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This little beauty is constructed from polypropylene foam making it tough enough to withstand the punishment invariably meted out on those first few landing attempts. Precision user control and responsive trimming functions ensure the Dragonfly is easy to operate and consistent in flight. Instead off dual buttons to control the trim, the Super Micro has a dial switch which allows you to continuously monitor the helicopter's trimming. This enables flight through the air without the errant spinning seen in some models.

Three bandwidths are available allowing three individual Dragonfly's to be flown at the same time without cross-signal interference. This micro copter charges from an AC adaptor with auto shut off; providing optimum battery life for the handset and maximum charge for the helicopter.

Genuinely one of the easiest Micro Helicopters to'll be performing `bump and runs' into your outstretched hands before you know it!


[*]Product Dimensions: Main Rotor Diameter 130mm (5.25")
[*]Length: 170mm (6.5") excluding rotors. Rear Rotor diameter 30mm (1.25")
[*]Product Weight: Only 10g, including Flight Battery
[*]Rechargeable Flight Battery: High capacity integral Lithium Polymer battery
[*]Charger: A/C Charger supplied with LED indicator/Auto shut off
[*]Simply plug in and charge, with easy to use connections
[*]Charging Time: 20-30 minutes for full charge
[*]Flight Duration: 8 minutes or more between charges
[*]Batteries Required: 1 x 9v Alkaline Battery for Transmitter (Battery included)
[*]Control Specification: Supplied completely assembled and already charged ready-to-fly, with pre-installed 2 Channel Proportional Infra Red Control System[/LIST]
Reviews trash this copter
I've just received my one of these today.

Has anyone else got one? :?

Mine just doesn't want to lift off the ground! :shock:
I've just received my one of these today.

Has anyone else got one? :?

Mine just doesn't want to lift off the ground! :shock:

Reviews online said its rubbish - i had the picco one on order from blah but they cancelled my order as they had none left
I had one of these and found it better than the pico's I've played with.
dealxtreme have some better ones and r a lot cheaper!!
I've just received my one of these today.

Has anyone else got one? :?

Mine just doesn't want to lift off the ground! :shock:

tried charging it?
Which ones set themselves on fire?
dealxtreme have some better ones and r a lot cheaper!!

Which ones do you recommend as dealxtreme seem to have loads. Thanks
Hi all

I got one of these when they were £7.49, they are a complete waste of money! Again does not lift off the ground
Dont buy the rigid the plastic landing feet and body.

These struggle to get off the ground and then invariably break up when crashed a few times.

Buy the moulded polystyrene ones, as these are virtually crash proof!!!

easy to trim and fly too.......will go from floor to ceiling in about 2 seconds!!

mines been smashed into walls and even under water in a washing up bowl......blast of hair dryer and was good as new..

Bought from Firebox ( picoz)for about £20.00 as I always get what you pay for!
Pico-Z is the original model. These ones are fake copies with less internal parts and are more likely to break quickly. This was pointed out in the French show "Capital", a few weeks ago, who went to China to investigate the toys made over there.

no longer stock it......

I presume the ones on dealxtreme (only a tenner!) are copies of the picco's

EDIT..sorry only just noticed the above post!
FOUND BY: millarcat 3 months, 4 weeks ago


Why on the FRONTPAGE??
I have owned serveral of these copters, clones and genuine Picoo's and can honestly say that there isnt really any difference. The only thing to be aware of with the clones is that they are not built aswell as the genuine deal. Thats not to say they don't fly as well, in fact the best 'copter i ever owned was a fake one and it flew superbly and lasted me ages, trouble is of all the fake ones ive had only that one was any good so i think its just down to luck.
tried charging it?

I didn't think of that!! :roll:How silly of me!:oops:

Mine is still rubbish....perhaps I have a dud, who knows! :thinking:
I agree with the Pico-Z ones, they are much better and easier to fly and that fairy fly one is rubbish....exactly same as the ones which were posted on here a week or so, sold in homebargins...took mine back for a refund.....stick to Pico-Z ones in my opinion

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