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Syma 3CH S107 RC Helicopter

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Syma S107 RC Helicopter

Syma S107 3CH Mini Indoor RC Helicopter is one of great syma rc helicopter product. This syma S107 is mini indoor co-axial rc helicopter with metal body frame and build-in gyroscope. This is yellow body paint rc helicopter. The syma S107 is great for indoor flying because this rc helicopter is designed for indoor rc helicopter flying with only 19cm long and about 34gr weight. Infrared control system is used in this rc helicopter.
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The other Syma S107 Feature

  • Controlled by 32-level high precision speed.
  • Auto stable, rotor blade system for steady lifting-up
    3CH RC Helicopter movement forward / backward / up / down / left / right
  • High tenacity propeller
  • POWERED BY 2 SOLID MOTORS WITH A 3RD MOTOR IN THE TAIL ROTOR (more about syma helicopter parts)
  • High capability, dynamical Li-Poly battery. Can be recharged through the transmitter provided with Charging and power indicator
  • Tri-band Technology. Nonintervention used 3 bands
  • High efficiency, driving motor and surge power

Syma S107 Specification

  • Weight: 34g , size: 220x38x98(mm), Dimensions: main rotor diameter 190mm
  • Helicopter battery: 3.7v Rechargeable lithium polymer battery
  • Charging Time: 30-35 minutes
  • Flight Duration: 6-8 minutes
  • Frequency: Infrared control system - bands A, B & C
  • Control Specification: forward / backward / up / down / left / right
  • Range: Up to 10m (30ft)

What do you think about Syma S107 above? I think Syma helicopter is cool stuff.

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2 Comments:

Abosolutly the best toy/gadget money I have ever spent in 39 years. Love it, buying one for all my friends !

June 23, 2010 at 2:19 AM  

This is really great. The gyroscope is a big advantage.

However, if your a beginner but want to fly a bigger helicopter, try the Syma S001 Helicopter.

Visit the review, http://snipsly.com/2010/08/05/syma-s001-helicopter/

August 7, 2010 at 11:24 PM  

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