Get ready to fly through the sky with ease, with the GYRO Metal Valkyrie 3.5CH Electric RTF RC Helicopter! This great 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 GYRO Metal Valkyrie 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 4 AA batteries into the transmitter and plug the helicopters battery into the included wall charger and battery box and you are good to go. So what are you waiting for? Take to the skies with style and precision with the GYRO Metal Valkyrie 3.5CH Electric RTF RC Helicopter!
Built In Gyroscope For Maximum Stability
3.5 Channel Transmitter
Single Main Rotor
Single Rear Rotor
Detailed Paint Job
Easy To Fly
Ready To Fly
GYRO Metal Valkyrie 3.5CH Electric RTF RC Helicopter
Transmitter: 4 AA Alkaline Batteries (Not Included)
Average Customer Rating is 3 out of 5 stars
Date: March 06, 2012
I JUST RECIEVED AND REMOVED THE HELI FROM THE PACKAGING, I WANT TO CLEAR UP ONE QUESTION I HAD, THAT WASTHE COAXEL ROTOR. IT IS A SINGLE AS SHOWN, BUT HAS THE GYRO SYSTEM. RIGHT NOW ITS CHARGING THE ALREADY INSTALLED BATTERY. THE INSTRUTIONS SAY FIRST CHARGE SHOULD TAKE 180 MINS. YOU WILL KNOW ITS CHARGED WHEN YOU SEE THAT THE BLINKING GREEN LIGHT IS A STEADY GREEN. ILL LET YOU KNOW MORE AFTER FIRST HOVER ATTEMPT.THANKS
Date: February 26, 2012
you still need to change the infor to match the photo. photo shows single rotor not co-ax. and infro says co-ax. i believe that is wrong.