low cost electric helicopters, what does it worth

Discussion in 'RC Aircraft & Watercraft' started by Kif, Mar 24, 2004.

  1. Kif

    Kif New Member

    hi there,
    I would like to know if these helicopters are interesting to fly, or is it just an uncontrolable gadget, with "made in china quality".

    to be more precise, I m speaking about the Dragonfly, Feda, Aerohawk ans e-sky models. does anyone have one and can tell me his experience with it ? thanks !

    some of these helicopters are sold with spy cam, can you also tell me how good/bad it can be ?


  2. rc10gt3jimbo

    rc10gt3jimbo Member

    ive got a cam , got it off ebay for 50, it works, better then thos lil fm mikes, ive got a nexus 30, (the big ones ) and from what ive been told the high end lil ones are much more dificult to fly then the big ones,,, but make sure u get adjustablepitch, hummingbird i was told, but also strongly cautioned against getting a lil one first, which may or may not have been good advice since the hobby shop i was at has $ signs for eyes, i my self have never flown mine,,, not yet
  3. rcmonster

    rcmonster New Member

    i got jabo USD115.99 from ebay, search ebay seller: rcbeginners
    it flies great. if you want to buy spy camera, the best buy with a heli.
    it is cheapest way.
    Jabo is more easy to operate than smartech heli. esky. jabo /feda is for beginners
    check some deal from www.xmseller.com
  4. scar

    scar New Member

    I have a dragonfly 22a ccpm micro heli, if your new to it, it will take some time to get the hang of it, But most certianly worth it.
    Don't try to fly it right out of the box, make sure everything is tight and adjusted right.
  5. libertycat

    libertycat New Member

    I have a Dragonfly and became specialist !! flying so greatly well, for very lowest cost for spare parts in the future crashes !!
    Ask me, I can provide all about Dragonfly Walkera trade mark helicos... spare parts mostly, with top fast delivery time all over the world for usuall parts that breaks. . !!!

  6. Semper

    Semper New Member

    I just bought a Dragonfly 60, and the only problem I'm having so far is screws working themselves loose. It would be a good idea to use "lock tight" on all your screws before flying it. I was in a hover and the main blades came completely off. Nothing broke, but the screws holding the blades to the feathering shaft simply came loose. The blades went flying simultaneously across the ground and I lost one of the spacers that go in there. Tighten everything as soon as you get it out of the box.
  7. AVAS565

    AVAS565 New Member

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