Remote control Helicopter 2nd edition,Syma, 3 channel Gyro @ Amazon £12.20
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Remote control Helicopter 2nd edition,Syma, 3 channel Gyro @ Amazon £12.20

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Found 26th Oct 2013
Lowest price ever sold on Amazon, great price delivered.

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ooohhh might grab a couple of these for the nephews .. (and one for me as well !!)

heat added

Looks good.. Says 14+ but from the reviews I can see people have purchased this for younger....

This band isn't safe for helicopter products. Only the Silverlit products are good, even though they are more expensive

Syma products are pretty good in all fairness I've got a chinook made from the same company very responsive. Just make sure the battery's are charged and each flight is only around 6-10mins

Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only standard. Good though

I'm looking for a minimum 3.5 Channel as I want something that can hover.

Gage84

I'm looking for a minimum 3.5 Channel as I want something that can hover.

This can hover if you know how to control it properly.

djdynamite123

This can hover if you know how to control it properly.



What does 3.5 channel mean

Gage84

I'm looking for a minimum 3.5 Channel as I want something that can hover.


I have 2 of these and because they have a built in Gyro you can not only hover them but have them sit in the air at any point with no movement apart from the rotors going round ( Indoors of course ) and yes the flight time isn't very long but they charge up from the transmitter via built in cable in around 20 mins.

djjonze

Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only … Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only standard. Good though



I got one of these last xmas and still have the same set of eneloop rechargable batteries in the handset and they are fine. I havent had to recharge them since I put them in.

Great product - I have 2 of them and with a little practice you can get them doing all sorts of groovy things. I would recommend using Flubit to get the price down another 10% or so

Dont buy unless you can see a picture of the controller ,would be my advice

mine (same copter) is very bad

It's worth putting Syma 107G in the title (or first post) as these things have a great reputation.
Got 2 for our boys - one remote has a spring return on the throttle and so needs to be held to hover, and the other doesn't (have a spring) so doesn't (need holding).
You can get spares for the breakable bits very cheaply, although ours still fly with a couple of broken bits ;-)
They can be controlled by on two different frequencies, so you can operate two independently. They 'auto-tune' when switched on, so if you have two get the first going before you switch on the other, or they will both tune to the same controller... brief hilarity ensues, followed by a crash!

Is there pic of controller in fact ..???

it would be cheaper for me to buy whole thing

Ah ,scrub that ,mines the next size up

Thanks, these are great!

buy it from eBay at half the price. comes from China tho! so u might have to wait a bit longer

fairy225

buy it from eBay at half the price. comes from China tho! so u might … buy it from eBay at half the price. comes from China tho! so u might have to wait a bit longer



Fake

Ordered from Amazon, thank you

djjonze

Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only … Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only standard. Good though



are you for real??

their is no way that is true their would be no reason what so ever why it would be

I'm confused. Does this need AA batteries or not? In the description it mentions AA batteries, but doesn't say they're included. But then it also says that it's ready to go. Can someone please clarify?

Excellent price.

qwerta369

I'm confused. Does this need AA batteries or not? In the description it … I'm confused. Does this need AA batteries or not? In the description it mentions AA batteries, but doesn't say they're included. But then it also says that it's ready to go. Can someone please clarify?


The remote controller needs 6 AA batteries (Not included - I use rechargeables).
The helicopter has got a very small battery built inside (separate charger included).
Great little toy,lots of fun,highly recommended.
Edited by: "Total" 27th Oct 2013

Great toy! For grown ups and kids!

Coming up as £12.99 now. So even bigger bargain!

Original Poster

gavandchar

Coming up as £12.99 now. So even bigger bargain!



Thanks, edited post.. according to Camel, this is the cheapest it's ever been..


uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Sym…66O
Edited by: "logie31" 27th Oct 2013

Good deal, voted hot.
Bought one....for my grandson of course

Only £12.50 for the yellow one :-) oops plus 99p postage

Edited by: "chunder1974" 27th Oct 2013

Thanks OP, another xmas present sorted.

Heat added. That's 2 Christmas presents bagged.:)
Cheers OP

The reviews are excellent, thanks

Just got 2 using flubit for £22.86 :-) that's £11.43 each, thanks op

Original Poster

Price dropping a little..

£12.20 now (_;)

Flubit came back with £10.28

djjonze

Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only … Got this last week but it doesn't work with rechargeable batteries, only standard. Good though


your rechargeable batteries probably need recharging

gone back to £14.99 today but free delivery
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