Silverlit: X-Rotor R/C Picoo Z Micro Helicopter RRP £29.99 reduced to £9.99 + Free Delivery @ Play
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Silverlit: X-Rotor R/C Picoo Z Micro Helicopter RRP £29.99 reduced to £9.99 + Free Delivery @ Play

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Found 13th Jul 2009
Following the spectacular success of the Silverlit X-Twin R/C Mini Planes comes the incredibly tiny Picco Z Micro Helicopter, the smallest and lightest miniature R/C Helicopter in the world!

Only six inches long and weighing an incredible 10 grams, Flying Toys amazing new Pico Z is a fascinating flying machine that is super stable and easy to fly in the smallest of spaces, and unbelievably fits in the palm of your hand for fantastic desk top fun!

Supplied completely ready-to-fly with an innovative pre-installed two channel proportional wide beam infra red control system, the lightweight Lithium Polymer flight battery will provide flights of 10 minutes or more between charges driving two powerful micro motors, yet can be recharged in less than half an hour with the portable charger provided.

The inexpensive Picoo Z Micro Helicopter is made of tough expanded Polypropylene foam, features a blue LED strobe light, and incorporates an auto stability system to make this easy to operate both indoors and outside in calm conditions.
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: Integral Transmitter/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:10 minutes or more between charges
Batteries Required: 6 x 1.5v AA Alkaline Batteries for Transmitter/Charger
Control Specification: Supplied completely assembled and already charged ready-to-fly, with pre-installed 2 Channel Proportional Infra Red Control System
Take off, hover and descend, turn left and right
Range: Up to 10m (30ft). Frequency: Infra Red Control System - Bands A, B & C allow up to three Silverlit Models to be flown together
Instruction Manual included: Providing helpful tips for the new Helicopter Pilot
Age Recommendation: 8+ Adult supervision recommended for operation

7 Comments

These are useless! Bought each of my sons one for Christmas and they lasted about two hours b4 breaking! Complete waste of money, even at this price!

This is a pretty good deal. They do take a bit of practise, and aren't really for younger children. Once you get the hang of it though, its fun to do circuits around the light fittings and scare the cat.

paid £15 for mine, great fun you can never get bored of! def. heat & rep

Bought them at this price before Christmas - bought two, they are supposed to be dual channel (yeah right). One bust immediately and the other the dog ate!

its only me;5738229

Bought them at this price before Christmas - bought two, they are … Bought them at this price before Christmas - bought two, they are supposed to be dual channel (yeah right). One bust immediately and the other the dog ate!



They are dual channel, they go up/down, spin left/right.

its only me;5738229

Bought them at this price before Christmas - bought two, they are … Bought them at this price before Christmas - bought two, they are supposed to be dual channel (yeah right). One bust immediately and the other the dog ate!



If you get different colour ones (red/blue/yellow) you can fly them together. The instructions tell you to choose A/B/C on the controller depending which colour chopper you have. If you get two the same colour then they will interefere.

Also direct sunlight, tv remotes and other IR sources can interfere with them (which can be fun if your little brother is playing with one :whistling: ).

Good deal, heat!

I have one of these; still going strong since Christmas and I crash it a lot too. The helicopter needs to be trimmed first quite a bit so that by default when it goes up it also goes forward. The faster forward it goes, the more stable it will be in flight, but the more you'll have to turn it in order to not crash into things.

Fun for £10.
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