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Transformers RC Blackout Helicopter - now £14.99 @ Argos!!
Transformers RC Blackout Helicopter - now £14.99 @ Argos!!

Transformers RC Blackout Helicopter - now £14.99 @ Argos!!

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This Transformers RC Blackout Helicopter is now just £14.99 @ Argos!!

Description: Launch your air attack. Burn up the skies with this RC helicopter. It's sleek design allows you to move in all directions and has a 25-foot control range. Inspired by the Transformers, you can fly as Blackout and pursue your enemies with ruthless efficiency.

# Requires 6 x AA batteries (not included) # For ages 10 years and over.

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Original Poster Editor

I've taken the following description from Amazon as Argos have very few details:

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/353-3872424SPA68UC428844X.jpg

[COLOR=DarkSlateBlue]Features include

[/COLOR]* Digital proportional for realistic; reliable control in all directions

* 25-ft. control range lets you control the helicopter without moving around

* 7-function control: left; right; up; down; forward; backward and stop.

* 30-minute battery recharge time

So, it is a three channel (allows backwards and forward movement control) RC helicopter? That might be the best priced 3channel one out there

Why vote it cold?:thinking:

gazter

So, it is a three channel (allows backwards and forward movement control) … So, it is a three channel (allows backwards and forward movement control) RC helicopter? That might be the best priced 3channel one out there



Appears to be a 2 channel youtube.com/wat…Up0

melted

Appears to be a 2 channel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7L1ZE2bUp0



Only watch the first minute and the last minute unless you want to spend a long time looking at the inside of his garage, lol! :w00t:

I have reserved one at Argos - just what smallest DS wants for Xmas - Thanks!:santa:

emmad

Why vote it cold?:thinking:



Perhaps because it's a Transformer that doesn't transform?

(I haven't voted cold by the way!)

Usually the rear rotor on these types of helicopter is horizontal which allows the helicopter to tilt forward or back and allow it to travel forwards or backwards however as the one on this model is vertical I'm guessing it's movement is limited to vertical and rotation only.

John
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