I've gotten interests in it quite a while ago and got myself 2 choppers so far.. A mini one for indoor (really basic, to learn how to fly) and a bigger one for outside, a little more difficult than the little one (but still quite easy).
I've put my hobby on hold for a while and recently decided to put the chopper up the charger again and fly again and I'm getting myself a new one soon. Currently flying a 3 channel (with double rotors) and am planning on going to a 4 channel with single rotor, smaller one for indoor flights so I can practice in my room.
Anybody else here who's busy with such stuff?
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Thread: RC Helicopters
I've got a Syma RC cobra, it's very cheap and cheerful, but good fun and VERY easy to fly!
It's IR rather than RF so it's indoor use only.
My mates got the Chinook from the same manufacturer.
I would like to have a go at something bigger at some point.
I've also got an RC M1A2 Abrams in desert camo that fires BB's, but it hasn't had much use over the last few years.
Currently flying this one (though the camera's useless as the quality 's horrible). It's a 3 channel one, which was fun to fly with up til now;
So I'm planning on getting this one somewhere begin of July;
Want to start practicing a little more difficult flights in my room. After that, planning on getting a bigger version of it so I can fly one outside as well that's a bit bigger :P
Eventually, my plan is to make my way up 'the ladder' and get into 3D Flights which I really would love to get good at... Practice makes perfect.. And so will a full wallet help I think, as sometimes those heli's can be quite expensive :P
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I've been wanting a quadcopter!!
I been thinking of getiing one I might get the syma helicopter what model should I get
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