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Syma F1 Armor Large 3 Channel 2.4Ghz Single Rotor RC Helicopter with Gyro

March 23, 2014 - Comment

F1 is the newest product of Syma and convergent core technology has finally developed. With single rotor structure, it is suitable for flying indoors and outdoors. When the helicopter is chocked, it will be power-off automatically, so it flies safely. With high and low speed mode switch, beginners can practice in lower speed first and

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F1 is the newest product of Syma and convergent core technology has finally developed.
With single rotor structure, it is suitable for flying indoors and outdoors. When the helicopter is chocked, it will be power-off automatically, so it flies safely. With high and low speed mode switch, beginners can practice in lower speed first and then switch to high speed mode. Best of all, its reaction speed is 100 times faster than other helicopters.

Product Features

  • Stabile Flight Characteristics
  • Easy to Fly
  • Great for Beginners
  • Battery Type: Lithium Ion (LiLO Battery)
  • Motor Type: Brushed

Comments

Wayne Hubbard "Wainzwhirled" says:

Syma Does It Again! Not since the S107 has Syma created such an extraordinary helicopter. Finally, a single blade as stable as a double blade!! Even a first timer could fly this. If Syma keeps leading the way in helicopters that are actually fun, they should have a big Flybarless 4 channel fixed-pitch single some day that flies as stable as the S107. You can actually take this heli outside in a 3 mph wind and not lose it. The 2.4 G also keeps it from dropping out of the sky. The only difference between this…

ron says:

really great helicopter After flying several micro-size helicopters and a few 4-channel ones, I bought this F1 because of its looks and size, and I wanted to try a 3-channel single-rotor heli. I am impressed with the stability of this heli – it is about as stable as the Syma S107, which says a lot for a single-rotor helicopter. It is also (relatively) quiet. It flies straight-forward, with no pull to left or right. And it hovers on a spot (with no breeze).I’ve flown it in mild breeze conditions, along…

James A. Boone "Jimbob" says:

Fun 0

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