Dynamic Falcon Mini Copter ~ cheap and cheerful | 8.99 @ B&M Instore
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Dynamic Falcon Mini Copter ~ cheap and cheerful | 8.99 @ B&M Instore

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Found 30th Apr 2012
Probably a good beginners helicopter. Great price. Plenty available.
Different colours. 3 control bands (fly 3 at the same time).

The Dynamic Falcon Mini Copter is the perfect gift for the novice infra red helicopter pilot.

Futuristic looking and easy to fly; this infra red remote controlled helicopter comes equipped with a built-in Li-poly battery for longer flying time.

At just over 6 inches in length, it's small enough to be taken anywhere and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor flying.
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Edited by: "yeahbutitsnotfree" 30th Apr 2012
these are great fun & a bargain at this price, voted hot
But is it gyro stabilised? If not it really won't work well and you may be better off spending double on a good one. Syma is the brand to look out for.
Edited by: "Besford" 30th Apr 2012
I've just gone and bought one, it has a stabilizer above both rotar blades, looks pretty good to me.

HOT.
djhazardous

I've just gone and bought one, it has a stabilizer above both rotar … I've just gone and bought one, it has a stabilizer above both rotar blades, looks pretty good to me.HOT.



No, that's not it; a gyro is internal and means you can actually control these things. Good luck!
No these dont have a gyro, it isn't needed.

Wouldn't even think of flying these outside with the slightest of breeze tho, they are far too light. Good for indoors.
I just took mine in the back garden and it went for orbit luckilly i managed to steer it towards me before it lost control, and it landed in next doors garden. Got it back and all is good. You can control it fine once you adjust the trim. They do require skill though.
Original Poster
I think im gonna get one then because there's a kid on youtube who's controlling this perfectly around his house.
and I'm abit of a kid myself.
Anyone know if this would work with it?

ebay.co.uk/itm…684
yeahbutitsnotfree

I think im gonna get one then because there's a kid on youtube who's … I think im gonna get one then because there's a kid on youtube who's controlling this perfectly around his house. and I'm abit of a kid myself.



If you see one under what looks like 'perfect' control it will have a gyro - which this one almost certainly doesn't. Believe me I've had both types and there's a world of difference!

The Syma 107G is reckoned to be one of the best.
No, you're wrong.

If he/she was referring to this video, it's the exact same model and this little whipper is controlling it perfectly.

youtube.com/wat…d8c

Can anyone answer my question please?
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djhazardous

Anyone know if this would work with … Anyone know if this would work with it?http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/S107-S105-USB-Charger-Charging-Cable-Mini-RC-Helicopter-Syma-S105-S107-2A-/180815255172?pt=UK_ToysGames_RadioControlled_JN&hash=item2a196dd684



sorry havn't had a chance to go get one yet but, from what it looks like it should work, only thing is that a normal usb port gives around 5v and certain amp so you need to check what the mini chopper is charging on at the moment before you plug it in.
Hope this helps.

EDIT: ive just read the description and it does actually mention that it has been scaled down to 3.7v so it could actually do the job.
Edited by: "yeahbutitsnotfree" 2nd May 2012
Thanks for that.

Just been looking at the Syma 107's and they do look nice, not much more expensive either AND they include a USB cable.

Think I might get one and take this back.

... Or keep it. We'll see.

Edit:

Must say, the propellers aren't great, they crack very easily.
Edited by: "djhazardous" 2nd May 2012
djhazardous

Thanks for that.Just been looking at the Syma 107's and they do look … Thanks for that.Just been looking at the Syma 107's and they do look nice, not much more expensive either AND they include a USB cable.Think I might get one and take this back.... Or keep it. We'll see.Edit:Must say, the propellers aren't great, they crack very easily.



You can get spares for the Syma from Amazon, etc (or do an ebay search).
djhazardous

No, you're wrong.If he/she was referring to this video, it's the exact … No, you're wrong.If he/she was referring to this video, it's the exact same model and this little whipper is controlling it perfectly.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYC1jLjOd8cCan anyone answer my question please?



Compare with this:

youtube.com/wat…dkY
Yeah, I'm going to buy one, going to get the bigger Syma 031 too.
Hi there what is the way to set it up it is just spinning when you put it in the air thanks bailey
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09bailey

Hi there what is the way to set it up it is just spinning when you put it … Hi there what is the way to set it up it is just spinning when you put it in the air thanks bailey


its called trimming, something to do with the L and R buttons
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