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Syma S107/S107G R/C Helicopter – Yellow

The brand new GYRO S107 3.5CH Mini RTF RC Helicopter comes with the greatest advancement in Helicopter Technology, a Gyro. No more crashing, no more replacing parts, the GYRO has changed the Helicopter industry completely, making this RC Helicopter super easy to fly and maneuver. Great for people of all skill levels, this bad boy features a coaxial rotor a single rear rotor for precise movement and a GYRO for increased stability whether flying or hovering. This RC helicopter has a metal body making it strong yet light weight so you don’t have to worry about breaking anything when you land it a bit too rough. It can go forward, backward, up, down, left, right and hover. What really makes the Mini GYRO S107 stand out is the built in gyroscope making it automatically stabilize allowing you to focus on flying instead of trying not to make it crash. This product is ready to run, there is no assembly required. Just put in 6 AA batteries into the transmitter/charger and charge the helicopter and you are good to go. Small enough to fit on the palm of your hand, be the coolest kid on the block by getting the GYRO S107 3.5CH Mini RTF RC Helicopter!

Product Features

  • 2 Selectable Frequencies Let’s You Fly Up To 2 Helicopters At Once
  • Full 3 channels: up, down, left, right, forward, and backward
  • The transmitter has an alignment trim, a charging and power indicator, a left/right lever and trimmer
  • Suitable for indoor flying only
  • Flight range is approximately 30′

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  1. J. Leutgens "Little Leu" says:

    Best $22 Toy Ever Made! I’m a 47-year-old kid who has always loved aviation and RC models. Cars, planes, everything. I currently have two other small scale rc helicopters that I have enjoyed, but they are NOTHING like the Syma S107. Not even close. The thing is, they cost A LOT more.I see a lot of comments here about how easy this model is to break. The two channel models I have are much more likely to break because you have very little control. With the Syma S107, you have ABSOLUTE control. Have you ever seen a dragonfly in flight – stopping and turning on a dime? That’s what this helicopter reminds me of.Right out of the box it is impressive. The quality of construction is beautiful to look at. If you’ve ever seen one of the huge rc helicopters that the pros fly, this looks like a scaled down version, with a metal frame and boom tubes just like the big ones. Two separate motors operate the main rotors independently. When you initiate a turn, one rotor spins faster than the other to generate torque, which turns the aircraft. It’s the same principle that is used to turn real twin main rotor helicopters like the CH-46 Sea Knight and the CH-47 Chinook.The really cool part is the tail rotor. It’s mounted at 90 degrees to what you’re used to seeing on a helicopter. It blows air up and down, not left and right. The tail rotor is what generates forward and backward movement by raising or lowering the tail, and it is very precise and responsive.A couple of tips if you’re new to this type of toy:1. After charging, put the helicopter on a good, clear section of floor and turn on the helicopter and remote.2. Don’t touch the right control yoke yet – you don’t need it.3. Hold the throttle yoke in your left hand and the small trim adjuster knob in the right.4. GRADUALLY move the left yoke forward to increase throttle until the helicopter barely leaves the ground. Watch for left or right rotation and turn the trim knob to make the helicopter hover without rotating. Once it hovers without turning by using only the throttle, you’re ready to fly.5. Get used to the throttle by GRADUALLY increasing and decreasing. The biggest problem is using too much throttle and hitting the ceiling, then the helicopter falls all the way to the floor. That’s how they break. If you’re careful, you’ll be OK.6. ENJOY. This is the coolest toy I’ve had in years, and my kids like it so much, I bought another for each of them today.

  2. K. Amir "amiracle" says:

    Fun toy, too bad I bought it in Tokyo for way more… This toy is great, even for the big kids to play around with. It’s a very durable and easy to use helicopter and requires no previous skills to fly. Best of all, you can charge it using your computer’s USB port or the remote controller it comes with. One thing to note is that this toy is IR controlled, not radio controlled. That means that it’s more line-of-sight than being able to control it from another room for example. That being said, it will not get interfered with by cordless phones or other radio emitting devices.You can fly this little guy in a small apartment or a small room and you will have fun doing so. It’s great for offices since it’s not too loud and again easy to maneuver.Hope you enjoy it!

  3. J. Bailey says:

    Best Micro Heli for the price: Bar none I purchased the syma 107g for the specific purpose to do a product review. I fly and review R/C edf jets, fixed pitch, and collective pitch helis. I purchase everything myself and do the reviews specifically for the informative purposes of others. Having flown only the blade micro helis, I was skeptical as to how these would perform. Regardless of the other great reviews I was prepared to be underwhelmed by the heli as Co-axial helis aren’t really my idea of fun. This toy was enjoyable for the first couple of flights; however as someone who has flown far more exciting helicopters I quickly became bored with the s107g. This is in no way a bad mark for the product. It does exactly what it advertises and the price is absolutely remarkable. I was overwhelmed with how well it performed and how easy it was to control. Plain and simple its a great product for a great price.Pros: Very stable, Co-axial design helps greatly in this. Gyro makes flying extremely simple and easy Design of heli is very sound, and durability is terrific. (I purposefully crashed it into a few objects to see how it would respond, also flew it directly into the ceiling on purpose and absolutely no dmg, cosmetic or otherwise.)Cons: Control is infrared. This can be problematic when around LCD tvs, Compact flourescent light bulbs, etc. Absolutely no wind, Turn off all fans and stay away from vents. Also small spaces will result in the air generated by the heli being pushed back onto it causing difficulty of control. (I turned multiple fans on and was still able to fly it fine; however I wouldn’t recommend this. Also flying outside is possible, but not advisable. Wind being the main issue; however the sun will also affect the infrared remote. The throttle stick on the remote is spring loaded; however it was easily fixed. (if you want the step by steps just leave a comment here.)This can be a good thing and a bad thing. (Bad in that it teaches bad habits to someone looking to move up past these helis, good in that someone who is new won’t tear blades apart by forgetting to kill throttle on a tip over or crash.)A few friendly tips: Be careful when purchasing these helicopters. There are multiple knockoff versions out there so pay careful attention when ordering. Be sure to get the real deal.After flying the heli let it sit for roughly 30 mins before starting the charging process. This will greatly increase battery life.The included USB charger will not shutoff automatically so time the charge and pay attention. Overcharging is not good on battery life. When the USB head turns a nice bright red you can unplug your heli. I would recommend using the USB charger as it seems to be a little quicker and it will save you battery life.When installing the batteries in the controller I noticed they didn’t all touch properly and my controller wouldn’t come on. Check the batteries and be sure they are all making proper contact; as the spring hinges in between them seem to inhibit the contact just a bit in some places.Overall this micro heli is probably one of the easiest and most forgiving helis you can purchase. At less then $20 you will be hard pressed to find a better heli for the money and frankly im not sure you will. I applaud syma for bringing this micro heli to people at an affordable price and hope other companies take notice. If you do plan on moving up to the more expensive and advanced helis take note that they will not be as forgiving as this one. Don’t run out and buy a blade 450 or blade mCPX and expect to fly it or even hover for that matter. Take things in moderation and move up slowly and I promise it will save you heartache and money.Any questions just leave em in the comment section

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