This detailed Vortex M100 is beautifully designed and made in high strength aluminum frame, so it is highly stable and durable. Advanced pilots are impressed with this new amazing helicopter; at the same time it is great for beginners to learn flying.
It is able to fly freely in 4 directions, as a high performance infrared 3.5 Channel controller is included. Built in Gyroscope let it flies stably and smoothly in easy to learn controls. Amazing flight distances, long flying time, and Ready to Fly, Vortex M100 is another welcome addition in our Dynam product line.Dynam Mini Vortex Features:
- Function: Up/down, turn left/right, and move forward/backward
- Interference is not a problem with 2 bands of frequencies
- Outstanding Hovering ability
- Rotor and Altitude Speed Control with Easy Landing Brake feature
- Coaxial Structure and Flight stabilizing system with Gyro
- Lightweight and fast, highly durable material
- Fun for all ages
- 3.5 Channel Wide Infrared Controls
- USB Charge
- Ready to Fly
- Weight: 33g
- Size: 220x38x98mm
- Dimensions: main rotor diameter 200mm
- Helicopter battery: 3.7v li-po battery
- Charging Time: 40 minutes (usb charger)
- Flight Duration: about 8 minutes
- Frequency: Infrared control system - bands A, B, C
- Control Specification: forward / backward / up / down / left / right
- Range: Up to 10m (30ft)
This model is miniature in size and lightweight, making it incredibly portable so you can take it anywhere you go. It also offers a wide infrared control and a design that is customized for indoor flying. Available in blue, red, and yellow.Needed to complete: AA Batteries (Not Included)
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