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Heli-Max MD530 Scale FP Helicopter

March 31, 2014 - Comment

This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered Ready to Fly Heli-Max MD-530 FP Flybarless Helicopter. For Ages 14 and Older. FEATURES: Rotor Head: Flybarless fixed pitch, designed for forgiving flights Radio: 2.4GHz with SLT receiver and rotary drive digital servos with full case design, digital trims and beginner and expert modes Gyro: TAGs (Triple

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This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered
Ready to Fly Heli-Max MD-530 FP Flybarless Helicopter.
For Ages 14 and Older.

FEATURES: Rotor Head: Flybarless fixed pitch, designed for forgiving flights
Radio: 2.4GHz with SLT receiver and rotary drive digital servos with
full case design, digital trims and beginner and expert modes
Gyro: TAGs (Triple Axis Gyro Stabilization) system gives stability to
the yaw, roll and pitch axes
Battery: 3.7V 1S 150mAh LiPo
Battery Charger: USB compatible
LED Lights: One each on forward and aft areas of canopy
Warranty: Heli-Max guarantees this kit to be free from defects in
both material and workmanship at the date of purchase. This warranty
does not cover any component parts damaged by use or modification.

INCLUDES: MD-530 FP Helicopter, 2.4GHz Radio, Gyro, LiPo Battery, Charger,
four AA Cells, Screwdriver, and Instruction Manual

SPECS: Rotor Diameter: 9.4″ (239mm)
RTF Weight w/Battery: 1.6oz (45g)
Length: 8.25 in (208mm)

Product Features

  • FEATURES: Rotor Head: Flybarless fixed pitch, designed for forgiving flights Radio: 2.4GHz with SLT receiver and rotary drive digital servos
  • INCLUDES: MD-530 FP Helicopter, 2.4GHz Radio, Gyro, LiPo Battery, Charger, four AA Cells, Screwdriver and Instruction Manual

Comments

RustyB says:

Not worth the money 0

Brian Novotney says:

Great copter but NOT for 1st timers! OK this thing looks cool! and its ready to fly with EVERYTHING needed (but spare parts)..it is NOT for beginners nor is it easy to fly indoors…one of the reasons is the tail rotor is powered by a small motor vs direct shaft…what happens is this motor starts/stops at a certain power setting and you lose all control basically at lower power settings (which controls altitude)…maybe it was a problem w mine in particular? not sure but i sent it in to manufacturer for a warranty claim and…

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