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Old 12-09-2012, 08:19 AM
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Hi,
I have flown and have gotten bored of the syma s107 i would like an outdoor helicopter as my 2nd heli an if possible a helicopter that i can fly at the start and then be able to preform acrobatics later with it.

I have been considering the following-

Solo Pro 328

Esky Honeybee CP2

TWISTER 2.4G CPGOLD

TWISTER 400S SPORT -http://radiocontrolledshop.ie/easy-f...elicopter.html

Titan 450- not sure if i could afford depends on deal i could find

Kds qs450 -not sure if i could afford depends on deal i could find

Let me know on what you think are the best options for.
Thanks
Jamie
Old 12-10-2012, 05:18 AM
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ORIGINAL: jamiek123

Hi,
I have flown and have gotten bored of the syma s107 i would like an outdoor helicopter as my 2nd heli an if possible a helicopter that i can fly at the start and then be able to preform acrobatics later with it.

I have been considering the following-

Solo Pro 328

Esky Honeybee CP2

TWISTER 2.4G CPGOLD

TWISTER 400S SPORT -http://radiocontrolledshop.ie/easy-f...elicopter.html

Titan 450- not sure if i could afford depends on deal i could find

Kds qs450 -not sure if i could afford depends on deal i could find

Let me know on what you think are the best options for.
Thanks
Jamie
Not sure about the first few listings since Ive not owned them or even aware of what size they are. But Ido know a 400 or 450 isnt an indoor heli ATALL...unless you are a PRO.

If you want a good small heli that is CP, can be flown inside or outside, and is durable with great spare part support...I would look at the Blade mCPX or Nano CPX. If you dont already have a Spektrum radio...get the RTF version of either heli.


Old 12-11-2012, 07:57 AM
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Those all pretty much junk. If you really want to progress, get something decent. Buying really cheap heli's don't give much help in learning and usually end up with more frustration than enjoyment. If really want to progress but hard up for money, then at least get a trex 450 clone. Even though clones aren't as good, it will give you the ability to upgrade as needed and/or your wallet allows.

As an example, here is something you could work with.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-TREX-450-SE-V2-Hausler-clone-Receiver-Ready-11-1v-Lipo-Charger-included-/170955285571?pt=US_Character_Radio_Control_Toys&ha sh=item27cdbaa443
Old 12-30-2012, 04:05 PM
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I would recommend a Blade MCPX2. I have a Raptor 30, 50, and 90 as well as a Mini Titan. I fly the MCPX2 every day in my front yard and it has dramatically improved my flying because I am not afraid to try something and crash.
Old 12-30-2012, 05:11 PM
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I would recommend the blade nano cpx, great flying little heli

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