The S-107 3 Channel Metal Series is one of the best flying micro RC Helicopters one can buy today!
Features a fully proportional dual stick infrared transmitter with a precision dial trim for quick and easy adjustments of tail sway. Has a realistic looking injected molded main body that is built to last. Dual motor design gives unprecedented power from a micro helicopter this size. A New generation gyro makes it hover hands off with no input at all ! As a Bonus! we include a USB cable for laptop or computer charging. Includes 3 CH Radio, USB charger, and one extra tail rotor. Available in Red and Yellow colors.
The S170 can be controlled to go up, down, forward, backward and turns left and right.
Can fly up to 8 minutes on one charge.
The charger is built into the radio and as a BONUS! also includes a USB cable
that can get power from a laptop or desktop computer.
The S170 has 3 diffrent channels built into each radio
(A,B,C) that allows for 3 RC helicopters to fly at one time.
Miniature sized & light weight design.
Long Range infrared control miniature design for indoor flying 19cm long and weighing an incredible 34 grams
32 step speed control for proportional precision control.
Dual rotor blade system for steady hovering with forward / backward / up / down / left / right
High strength propeller POWERED BY 2 micro motors WITH A 3RD MOTOR IN THE TAIL ROTOR
High capacity built in Li-Poly battery.
Can be recharged through the transmitter provided or USB cable off a laptop or computer.
Charging and power indicator Controlled by digital technology.
Infra red control system Tri-band Technology allows for 3 RC helicopters to fly at one time.
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)
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