In today’s review, I want to tell my read­ers about an inter­est­ing stunt toy. It’s about a remote-con­trolled heli­copter.

The toy is deliv­ered in a card­board box with a small win­dow on the front, which is cov­ered with trans­par­ent plas­tic. The box con­tains infor­ma­tion about the man­u­fac­tur­er and mod­el, which is locat­ed inside. On the back sur­face there is also an image of a toy.

The pack­age includes: heli­copter, remote con­trol, charg­ing cable and instruc­tions.

The heli­copter looks ele­gant, as it flies, unless of course you know how to con­trol it. But more on that lat­er. The case is made in a nice white col­or with small black accents. The design of the toy is quite attrac­tive. Every­thing looks plau­si­ble. There is a cab­in, blades, tail and oth­er com­po­nents, every­thing is like a real heli­copter.

The heli­copter has a com­pact size and eas­i­ly fits in the palm of your hand. The length from nose to tail is 19 cm, and the height is 10 cm. The heli­copter weighs 50 grams. The mod­el is made of met­al and plas­tic parts. The blades of the heli­copter are made of flex­i­ble plas­tic, so they absorb well when falling.

When you take the toy in your hands for the first time, you get the impres­sion that the heli­copter is very frag­ile and will break quick­ly. How­ev­er, this is just a first impres­sion. In fact, the toy is very hardy, it has repeat­ed­ly fall­en from a great height, since I do not man­age it very clev­er­ly;)) Pleas­ant­ly sur­pris­ing, the toy received only a few scratch­es from falls.

To con­trol the heli­copter, the kit comes with a white remote con­trol on a wide sta­ble stand, which resem­bles a joy­stick. Man­age­ment in the­o­ry is very sim­ple, for this you need to press the but­ton on the remote con­trol and by tilt­ing your hand up the heli­copter should smooth­ly gain height. Turn­ing his hand to the left, he should fly to the left, respec­tive­ly, turn­ing to the right he will fly to the right, tilt­ing down he will cor­re­spond to the giv­en direc­tion. How­ev­er, in prac­tice things do not go so smooth­ly. The hard­est thing is to get used to and learn how to smooth­ly lift the heli­copter into the air, for this you need to gen­tly press the key on the remote con­trol and gen­tly tilt your hand up, and most impor­tant­ly, do not make too sud­den move­ments, oth­er­wise your heli­copter will become a real “kamikaze”. Mak­ing turns and land­ing smooth­ly is also quite dif­fi­cult. You get used to the con­trols only after a while, but then it is sim­ply impos­si­ble to tear your­self away from the toy.

The heli­copter itself has a built-in bat­tery, which lasts approx­i­mate­ly 15–20 min­utes for a flight. Yes, this is not enough to play enough with a toy. How­ev­er, you can recharge the heli­copter direct­ly from the remote con­trol. The remote has a charg­ing cable. The heli­copter charges quick­ly enough to ful­ly charge the toy will take approx­i­mate­ly 15–20 min­utes. The remote con­trol runs on five AA bat­ter­ies. Remote con­trol dis­tance is 10 meters. Fur­ther, the heli­copter is espe­cial­ly reluc­tant to obey com­mands from the remote con­trol.

The toy flies almost silent­ly, as it has a small mech­a­nism. The heli­copter has spe­cial effects that are acti­vat­ed on the remote con­trol. To do this, there are two large but­tons on the top of the remote con­trol. Press­ing them on either side of the heli­copter’s nose will turn on the search­lights and a small light in the tail that flash­es blue and red. At night, the heli­copter looks very impres­sive.

Sum­ming up, I would like to say that as the first radio-con­trolled heli­copter, this is what you need. Yes, it takes a lit­tle get­ting used to the con­trols, but it won’t take long. While dri­ving, you will def­i­nite­ly get a lot of pos­i­tive emo­tions. Such a heli­copter is suit­able for both chil­dren and adults, and it can also be con­sid­ered as an orig­i­nal gift. Most impor­tant­ly, when buy­ing this or a sim­i­lar mod­el, be aware that this is a bud­get mod­el that is devoid of numer­ous func­tions and large dimen­sions.

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By Yara