- Unique 3.5 channel wide infrared remote control.
- Easy to fly with simple operation, designed for beginner.
- Consolidated components for easy to install and fly.
- The toy is not recommended for children under 14 years of ages.
Package included :
- 1 x Helicopter
- 1 x Remote control
- 1. The control distance will shorter when the quantity of electricity is not full.
- 2. The operational range of the helicopter is 15m, please keep it in the operational range, otherwise the helicopter may lose control.
- 3. Following behaviors can extend the life of the battery: when stop flying please turn off the power; when the helicopter launches difficulty or flying not high enough please stop playing and charge the batteries; when longtime not use, please charge the batteries and remove them from the helicopter, push the power switch to the OFF.
- 4. If the helicopter got damaged or deformation, please repaired in time. If the rotor become damaged or broken, stop to fly, otherwise, it will lead to injury.
- 5. Drop the helicopter into water will damage it seriously or shorten the using time.
- 6. If you do not use the transmitter for a long time. Remove all batteries out, in order to avoid the battery leakage to damage the product.
|Ultimate Flying Height||12m/39.37ft|
- If only it was an original Review by Nick
I got for christmas 2 syma s107's in red and yellow. Well I just bought myself this third one and directly found out that it was a fake! Ugh! I am so pissed! I am going to get another one but never again from the 'colors may vary' I will be getting a blue one. My red one has lasted 8 monthes and still flys! First time I am so pissed about a toy. Unbelievable! (Posted on August 10, 2012)
- Simple controls Review by Petruhin
Well built, Good power, takes off very quickly
Simple controls (Posted on July 8, 2012)
- playfull Review by Karel 63
This item is very playfull. You can enjoy yourself, even if the battery runs out very fast (5 to 10 minutes) It was cheap and works quite well Hard to break smashing on things (Posted on July 8, 2012)