syma 603 helicopter imagesThis is 2ch rc helicopter, the SYMA 603 REMOTE CONTROL HELICOPTER. This is another cool and simple rc helicopter for beginner. The syma 603 helicopter is easy to fly and stable too, with only about 10grams in weight and about 6" long. One of cool feature is the LED strobe light and the auto stability system. Know more the review here.

Syma 603 RC Helicopter Review

Syma 603 helicopter specs
  • Main Rotor Diameter: 5.25inches (130mm)
  • Length: 6.5inches (170mm)
  • excluding rotors: Rear Rotor
  • diameter: 1.25inches (30mm)
  • Helicopter weight: Only 10g, including Li-Poly 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
  • Flight duration: 12 to 15 minutes
  • Charge time: 20-30 minutes for full charge
  • Ready To Run: Supplied completely assembled and ready-to-fly, with pre-installed 2 Channel Proportional Infra Red Control System
  • Range: Up to 100 feet (30 meters). Frequency: Infra Red Control System - Bands A, B & C allow up to three models to be flown at the same time

Syma 603 helicopter feature
  • Auto Stable & Precision Speed
  • Miniature Size & Light Weight
  • Small Size Provides Agility and Speed
  • 3 Selectable Frequencies Let's You Fly Up To 3 Helicopters At Once
  • 2-channel, Infrared Control (Allows for left, right, up, and down movements)
  • Made of a Unique Material to Withstand Crashes
  • Super Wide Infrared Control
  • Easy to fly
  • Complete Kit, Ready to Fly (Everything is included and 100% assembled -- only required 8 AA batteries for the transmitter to start flying)

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my syma 603 is having some problems when i charge it the helicopter does nit get any power does anybody know wots wrong with it

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December 31, 2010 at 7:09 AM  

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