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4CH 2.4GHz Mini RC Helicopter with Mode 2 Transmitter

4CH 2.4GHz Mini RC Helicopter with Mode 2 Transmitter

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4CH 2.4GHz Mini Radio Single Propeller RC Helicopter Gyro V911 RTF Red&Black

4CH 2.4G RC helicopter with built-in Gyro.
The first RC helicopter that can fly outdoor in wind weather (outdoor wind grade 3-4).
Pioneering single propeller design, it can greatly avoid the resistence of wind.
High quality ultrathin metal canopy with ultra light weight and strong resistance of impact.
High tenacity rotor wing.
Better flying performance than ALIGN T-REX 100S: extremely steady and extremely agile.
The remote control is designed with a LCD disply for easier and more precise operation.
Freely flying up, down, forward, backward, left to fly, right to fly, hover with rapid response.
It is suitable for both indoor and outdoor flying (the wind grade should be no more than 4).
22cm mini helicopter.

Do not operate or expose the RC helicopter or the remote control in the rain or at damp places with moisture. 
Please read the user manual carefully before assembling and flying the RC helicopter to avoid any unnecessary damage.

Color: Red + Black
Item No.: WLtoys V911
Battery for helicopter: 3.7V 120mAh/15C Li-Polymer
Flying time: About 5-6 minutes
Charging time: About 30 mimutes (USB charging)
Controlling distance: 50-80 meters
Battery for controller: 6 * AA batteries (not included)
Helicopter size: 22 * 5 * 8.2cm
Helicopter weight: 27g
Remote control size: 18.5 * 14 * 7.6cm
Remote control weight: 210g
Package size: 26 * 27 * 8.5cm
Package weight: 560g

Package including:
1 * 2.4G 4CH RC Helicopter
1 * LCD Display Remote Control(mode 2)
2 * Main Blade
1 * Lipo charger
1 * USB Charging Cable
2 * Li-polymer Battery
1 * Bilingual User Manual (English + Chinese)

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What is the range of this helicopter?

  • About as far as you can still see it with the naked at least 50-100 yards.

    By Jason Varvas on January 4, 2018

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what is the average flight time per battery?

  • If you are using the standard batteries that come with the copter (130 mah) 6 to 7 min. is average. If you get some of the replacement batteries that are sold by the different dealers out there (200 mah) you can get 8 to 10 min. These replacements are usually sold in lots of 5 batteries and cost $12 - $15 per lot. Hope… see more If you are using the standard batteries that come with the copter (130 mah) 6 to 7 min. is average. If you get some of the replacement batteries that are sold by the different dealers out there (200 mah) you can get 8 to 10 min. These replacements are usually sold in lots of 5 batteries and cost $12 - $15 per lot. Hope this is helpful. see less

    By roghill on February 23, 2018

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  • Yeah! It's the best remote from the beginner 4ch helicopters I've seen

    By Geo Williamson on March 3, 2018

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Can it be controlled by other transmitters, like Spektrum DX6i?

  • As far as I know, you cannot use the Spektrum transmitters for the WL V911. The Spektrum transmitters will work with most Blade heli's and quads.

    By Robert J. Pearce on January 6, 2018

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It can fly in a city that is located at 9000 feet above sea level?

  • Hi; I would say yes but. The Alt. might limit flying time due to the density of the air at your Alt. You might want to pick a larger, more powerfull Helo to compensate. If you buy one. I hope Im right.

    By Ironcitytunes on April 23, 2018

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Will this helicopter model take the upgraded 3.7v 200mah batteries...? And also can the V911 Pro stronger landing skids fit this particular model...?

  • Yes it takes newer battery 200 mah. They are 3 helis. Version 1 old battery, version 1 new battery, and version 2 or pro. this is a version 1 with new battery. I think it is a better flyer than the pro. and no the pro landing skid will not fit version 1. It has different mounting holes. Buy the spare parts. you will ne… see more Yes it takes newer battery 200 mah. They are 3 helis. Version 1 old battery, version 1 new battery, and version 2 or pro. this is a version 1 with new battery. I think it is a better flyer than the pro. and no the pro landing skid will not fit version 1. It has different mounting holes. Buy the spare parts. you will need them. Very fun heli. see less

    By Randy on April 19, 2018

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Can this heli perform flips and loops?

  • No it can not. This a 4 channel setup and 3D style flying requires 6 channels

    By tlbrooks on April 15, 2018

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New to 4channel Heli's. Purchased 2 v911 will it work with Trunigy 9x Radio and do you recommend. When one is cooling down I can fly the other one ?

  • I'm assuming you meant Turnigy, and no it won't work with this or the 912. Both have everything soldered to the board. Plus, the module for the Turnigy is pretty big, no way of even fitting it in the tiny housing of the 911. As far as cooling down, you can just get the 200 mah battery packs. 5 in a pack and they la… see more I'm assuming you meant Turnigy, and no it won't work with this or the 912. Both have everything soldered to the board. Plus, the module for the Turnigy is pretty big, no way of even fitting it in the tiny housing of the 911. As far as cooling down, you can just get the 200 mah battery packs. 5 in a pack and they last almost twice as long as the stock ones. see less

    By viper4024 on April 14, 2018

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I have finally figured out that to get the video recording to work I needed to be sync'd and flying. But, the video it is blurry. Is this normal?

  • Video?

    By Chris Lockeman… on April 10, 2018

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will it fly outdoors

  • it works great outdoors, but the wind shouldn't be any faster than 5 mph (slow to no wind)

    By Mr. Sunshine on April 8, 2018

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  • By Brandon Spradlin

    January 3, 2018

    This helicopter is great! I have very little experience with RC helicopters, and had it flying around my apartment right after getting it out of the box. I've had it about a week now, so I guess it hasn't really had time to 'mess up'. I'll start with the cons, and then move on the the pros. Cons: 1) The landing gear is really fragile. 2) The battery life is only about 4-6 minutes, depending on how aggressive I fly it. I bought an extra set of batteries, but to avoid burning the motors out (which I also bought an extra set of), I fly two batteries back to back, then let the motors cool off. 3) When I start flying it aggressively, the balance bar sometimes makes it go crazy for a few seconds. Pros: 1) I was not expecting it to fly so well since it wasn't expensive. I used to have a double rotor helicopter about 7 years ago that cost around $150 (it lasted maybe a week). The v911 kicks that helicopter's butt. 2) It has a very forgiving learning curve. I flew it in my small apartment and got used to just keeping it in the air and moving it to where I wanted it to go. I haven't flown it outside yet because of the weather, but I took it to a gym and it was a blast. 3) I didn't think I would be able to tell a difference between the two modes, but once I got it in the gym I switched it to mode 2 and was amazed at what all it could do. Since it is so light, it can move decently fast, but yet stop on a dime. I was expecting it to just hover and move slowly, but when I give it throttle and move the right stick forwards, it actually picks up some decent speed. 4) I've only crashed it a few times, but nothing has broken so far, even when it hit the wall at full speed. Summary: If you want to get into flying RC helicopters, or just want a small indoors heli, I would definitely suggest this thing. For the price of the overall setup, and the price of replacement parts, it is well worth the money. I suggest getting extra batteries- it is way too much fin to only fly for about 10 minutes, then wait an hour for them to charge. I would also get an extra main and tail motor, since they will eventually burn out.

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  • By Barry K.

    December 23, 2017

    Simply put, this thing is stable and durable. It's both a great 4 channel trainer and a great indoor flyer for more experienced 6 channel pilots. I now have 8 helicopters, ranging from the V911 all the way up to brushless flybarless 250 class collective pitch, and just about every other well known 6 channel helicopter in between. This is the best built most stable helicopter I own. I have over 500 indoor crashes on hardwood floors and so far repairs have totaled less than $5. I have replaced one flybar and one rotor blade, both a victim of full speed crashes into a brick fireplace. I bought 5 of the 200mah batteries with it, and flight times are just now starting to get shorter. I'm not sure if it's the batteries or the motor starting to wear out, but either way that is very impressive longevity for both. While this is fast for a beginner helicopter, it is actually much slower than a 6 channel flybarless helicopter. Also if you let go of the right stick, it will self level and hover without skidding, very rare. This is great for new pilots to learn with, or for experienced pilots to practice new stunts indoors on rainy days because they can recover an out of control heli before it hits the wall. I can now do hurricanes, nose down funnels and tail down funnels easily on this thing. Also, you can upgrade this thing, there are how-to's all over the internet. The V911 is compatible with the Turnigy 9x transmitter (much better feel and infinite adjustments, I love mine). I have also done the flybar to paddle bar modification which I use when it's windy outside. Among serious helicopter hobbyists that actually own a V911, it's considered a must have "guilty pleasure" newbie class helicopter. Buy it! Don't sell it if you move up to 6 channel, put it in the closet and break it out next winter.

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  • By David G

    December 16, 2017

    I have been flying 3 and 3.5 channel helicopters, and wanted to get into the hobby a little more serious so I decided to go up to a 4 channel and found this little gem. This helicopter is fairly easy to fly especially if you have been flying the 3 and 3.5 channel helicopters. It flies really smooth in the house and outside it does a really good job with no wind and pretty good job even with a light breeze. I would say that the most wind you could fly in is 5 MPH. If you are going to fly this helicopter outside I suggest you fly it in an area that has a large open field with not much trees around, unless they block the wind for you, because if the wind picks up or a gust comes in it will sail on you and you can't get it back (personal experience). This helicopter is very fast in comparison to the 3 and 3.5 channel ones it is very quick, but it also has a mode to slow it down. I recommend mode 1 for indoors and mode 2 for flying outside. Now to tell you about is toughness. I have crashed this little helicopter probably twenty times just trying to get use to the controls and it is one tough bird. The only thing that is weak on it is the main rotor blades.

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  • By Kent

    December 9, 2017

    I bought a  New WL V911 4 CH Single Rotor Helicopter Version 2 *New & Improved* Black  in Dec 2013 and just started flying it at the end of Feb 2014. After a few crashes I figured out what it was doing and how to adjust it, now this little heli flying almost perfect and I can't put it down until the batteries need charging, so I bought  WL V911 Upgraded battery 5 pcs combo 200 mah - * New Version*  but there was another problem the batteries were heavier and the heli was taking off in reverse fast, not a problem added a few clicks forward and BAM I'm back in business. I fly this heli from the living room to the kitchen to the bedroom and back to the living room, I still crash sometimes, the mode 2 is still new to me. I've been flying the new  Cheerwing Syma F3 2.4g 4ch LCD Remote Control Rc Single Rotor Helicopter *Colors Vary  and the controller is mode 4, that is like the  Syma S107G 3.5 Channel RC Heli - Yellow  so going to mode 2 is very different. The V911 hovers good but it still move a little but I've been watching RC Helicopter videos of the V911 and mine hovers as good as theirs does and maybe a little better. .

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  • By Austin David

    December 7, 2017

    If this were more expensive, I'd be disappointed. But it isn't so I'm not. The seller I got this from kinda screwed me so I'm annoyed by that for starters. The unit didn't ship for a week and they wouldn't refund me, just made me wait 2 weeks for the thing. I ordered two units. They arrived in good shape, but one of the controllers didn't work right -- the left stick left/right is basically all or nothing. There's a lovely indicator screen which shows stick position, so easy to diagnose. The copters themselves fly pretty well, 7-8 minutes sounds about right for a full charge. The come with two batteries, they're easy to swap out and easy to charge. This is a flybar unit; it's a little more capable than a coax 4-ch copter, but not a LOT more capable. Once you warm up you'll find yourself fighting that flybar. The controller has a 'mode 1"/"mode 2"; the mode 1 has reduced control movement. So mode 2 is a little more aggressive ... That said, any slight breeze is enough to make this challenging to fly. Because the flybar wants to keep it level, it's kinda hard to fight the wind. For the $70ish I spent for two, I don't regret the purchase. But within a week of receipt I've bought a more capable flybarless copter.

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  • By Rockin ROB

    September 25, 2017

    awesome little bird! i have had 3! so i must like it! the only thing in its class, was the e-flite, at up to a $100. at 38, dollars, a real bargain indeed. perfect trainer, to jump in true 4 channel.. packing is superb, easy opening, it that ur case for transport.. and you get 2 batteries, eflite gives you one, and spare's are ten a pop.. Although, in my purchase batteries, were MISSING!... THE LAST TIME! WHY 4 STARS, SLOTS WERE EMPTY, IN THE PACKING, I HAD SOME FROM MY LAST PURCHASE, SO I KEPT IT ANY WAY. HENCE 4 STARS.. very tricky to fly, esp if you had a quad drone, or a syma s107. its get's you on the sticks!!! also forget, the wind, as it says on the box, Wind will blow this right away!!! to your hated heli - kite eating tree! truley, get on a tree less park, esp for newbies, with grass, it's fragile! esp , the rotor head, and in a crash ..CUT THE POWER! BEFORE IMPACT! THE LINKAGE, IS TRUE BELL-HILLER, [AWESOME FOR THE PRICE, ] SWAG PLATE AND ALL] ITS A HAND-FUL, BUT A GREAT TRAINER, , ESP WHEN, YOU go 3-d.. highly recommend heck had four.. expect 12 hour's before it fall's apart, yet, at 4-6 mins, a flight, thats a lot of flights, Gang !, remember, to tighten, every couple of flights, all the screws, before something falls off, [ all birds are like that! happy flying..,

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  • By Seth

    June 19, 2017

    I am fairly new to RC helicopters. The only reason I wouldn't rate the Improved V911 a 5 out of is because their build quality isn't 100%. The first one I received had a defective tail motor, so I couldn't fly it at all. That being said, the seller was fantastic and sent me a new one right away free of charge. The replacement V911 Improved model I received works fantastic! Out of the box I was having trouble trimming the little bird, then I realized the flybar (balance weights above the main rotor) was overtightened. I loosened it up, and it was trimmed perfectly right out of the box. I flew it for about 15-20 minutes (3 batteries worth) in my front yard in a light breeze, and it flew wonderfully. If you're experienced (even a little bit) with 4-channel helicopters, you should be able to handle this one. Battery life per battery is about 5 minutes. For those who are learning rc helis like me a few things to do before you fly this outdoors: Make sure you set the main rotor to the long balls on the swashplate so you can get maximum control inputs. Make sure you have you remote control set to high rate (reads "mode 1" on the controller). This little heli should handle winds up to about 3 MPH steady. I found it hard to fly upwind when the breeze got up to about 5 MPH. If you're looking for a greater challenge than a 3-channel heli, and you're not sure you're going to get into this as a hobby, try one of these helis for sure. Definitely take it slow at first though, because, unlike a Syma 107, there isn't any play in the rotors, so if your rotor strikes something it could do some damage to the blade grips, or the main drive gears. Cut the throttle right away if you think you're going to crash. The heli is light enough if you're in grass it should come down safely. I've flown a Syma S107, the WL V911 (improved), a Blade MSR, and a Blade Nano QX Quadcopter. The Blade MSR was a more expensive copter, and was far more difficult to control than the Improved V911. I think the V911 and my Nano QX are now my new "go to" RC Helis. In short: take a chance that you might get a defective one the first time out, and if you do get another one, you won't be sorry. I'm definitely not!

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  • By Daniel

    June 3, 2017

    Paid under $50 for this kit. I was very surprised at the quality and durability of this heli. The Gyro is fantastic, control is very precise, 2 batteries a plus and the transmitter is very good for the money. I have flown Nitro RC Airplanes for 20 years and decided to try out this heli. A little bit of a learning curve but with patience and practicing over carpet is all you need to look like a pro. It has two modes on the transmitter for the performance levels. Mode1 for beginners and Mode2 for enhanced fun. The LCD display shows you the trim settings and battery life. I get around 5 minutes of flight time which is more than enough to allow the motors to cool down as they do get warm. With all my crashes, I've yet to have had to replace blades or anything else. It definitely needed a little trimming to get it to hover perfectly. Don't fly outside until you have mastered heli flying as you can only fly outdoors in mode2 as Mode1 is not near enough for even the slightest wind. Trust, you will love this little machine as I plan on buying my son one for his birthday in a couple weeks. Please be aware, this is NOT A KIDS TOY as it is fast and can hurt somebody.

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  • By Aaron Meyette

    April 4, 2017

    I've had more fun with this RC Helicopter than any other RC model anything! I feel like a kid every time I take it out. I've been extremely aggressive flying it into trees and walls and the ground and even the pool!! Yeah I put it in the pool and it still flies. Amazing little bird!! I've put at least 150 flights on this one so far. Now I've added parts and had to do some fixes but they are minimal and it's part of the fun really. The one part that is essential is the black delrin plastic main gear, it took all the vibration away that mine came out of the box with. I got some extra batteries and then burnt up the main motor pretty quick. I suggest a 10 min wait period between flights to let the motor cool off. It's so light that it does not break on impact like many other RC helicopters of a larger scale, excellent for learning a 4ch control setup and a good step from the dual main blade versions out there. Much more nimble and difficult to fly than a 3ch or 3.5ch bird but not so difficult that a newbie couldn't pick it up. Does not take much wind and can be easily lost behind the neighbors house into the swamp on your first outdoor flight thinking "wow this thing really gets up there" If your debating this still I'm screaming at you right now... SPEND THE $40 AND HAVE A BLAST!!! If you outgrow it great!!! It will still be the most fun with $40 you've had in a while.

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  • By Nathan Donart

    March 27, 2017

    A lot of fun, but it does not hover quite as well as it claims to. Also, the top weighted stabilizer bar is pretty fragile. It is a long bar and is only connected by thin plastic loop which cracked fairly quickly. Replacements are readily available, but still annoying. Last complaint: It is rated for outdoor use, but any kind of wind will carry off the heli. The gyro seems to accomidate to the wind after a couple seconds making it impossible to fight against a sustained breeze. That said, this is a lot of fun (for me and my dog) and can easily be flown indoors. I don't regret purchasing this, and will continue flying s long as I can!

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  • By Christopher Waggoner

    March 22, 2017

    I'm a hardcore hobbiest by heart ... meaning, when I pick up something, I do excruciating research before I get into it. I purchased a UDI U13A about a year ago of this writing and have learned the ins and outs of indoor flying versus outdoor flying with that. It has a camera and we have had much fun with it over the past 12 months. This year for Christmas, I decided to get This helicopter along with the MJX F45, V912 and V913. I have a rather large garage and a large game room to fly this and the UDI U13A around. Let me say this, listen to what people on here are saying about using this as a trainer. This is by far the helicopter I use most at the moment. Deadly accurate and stable. Will get you up and running with the larger helicopters rather quickly, but the feel and style of flying between the two classes is by no means a joke...its very real in the difference. This helicopter turns on a dime, allowing you to gain confidence in your skills rather quickly. The larger ones for a beginner will destroy your confidence. In fact, I encourage learning in tight quarters with this helicopter versus larger open rooms to fly in. I now challenge my self not with the speed, but precision of tight quarters while indoors. I have the other helicopters, I want to fly them, I look at them all the time on my shelf. For now though, this is the way to go unless you are just determined to spend money on extra parts as a beginner. For you seasoned flyers...I'm sure your reviews will be much different than what I'm saying. I've not taken this outside at time of this writing due to it being winter with mega winds, rain or snow pretty much every day around here. It is usually like that all the way until June where I live to where it goes to extremely hot and no wind at I probably won't be flying this much outside anyway as I have bigger helo's to do that and I'm working up to a flybarless model.

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  • By Bean

    March 13, 2017

    Initial review 3 stars: It's more like it's ready to launch hard to the left. I had to put in full right trim, and then it still needed right stick. Then it took a ton of fiddling with the servo pushrods to wind up with a compromise I can live with. Now it'll generally behave, but it'll just barely fly laterally to the left now. Still fun though. UPDATED and upgraded to 4 stars: My BNF/BTF back-up just came in today, and flies great out of the box. I gave it 5 stars, so averaging that with the initial 3 here. Minimal trimming required throughout the flight. I'd recommend getting the BNF at the same time as the RTF. It'll get to you weeks ahead of any parts that have to ship from China. It did take a second try, using normal binding instructions, to get transmitter to connect to BNF.

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  • By Phil Hittel

    March 10, 2017

    I love this helicopter. I am an entry level hobbyist and I really like this copter although this particular one has developed a problem. The copter intermittently loses power and crashes to the ground. I have had it for a week and a half and I just started the return process. Now having said that I have to say I am very impressed with this copter in spite of the problem it has. I have already purchased a second V911 and cant wait to get my replacement for this one. It handles well and it's fairly easy to get the hang of piloting this machine. Prior to this purchasing this I had only flown a coaxial a dozen or so times (it was a Christmas gift I got for my grandson). Well he went home after the Christmas vacation and took his coaxial with him, it seems I was bitten by the bug! This copter is much more capable and fun than the coaxial and I cannot wait for some calm days so I can try it outside.

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  • By DANNY

    March 3, 2017

    I've had several RC helicopters this size but never a 4 channel one. I had already mastered the flying 3 channel like the Syma S107 and controlling the helicopters had become instinctive. Well the learning curve for 4 channels is a steep one . You have to retrain your brain to make the heli turn with your left hand while at the same time keeping the throttle, also operated with your left hand, consistent. However, after a few hours it becomes a lot of fun. Even though this helicopter looks like it is very fragile, it is very sturdy. I crashed hard so many times that I cannot remember. The only thing that broke on me a couple times is the balance bar, so you may want to order a couple extra to keep on hand since they are cheap and the heli wont fly without it. One tip to avoid this... once you know you are going to crash cut the throttle all the way off as soon as possible as this will prevent the balance bar and the rotor from breaking.. This heli is much, much faster than the Syma 107. It will fly outdoors, but only in almost windless conditions. Even a breeze will not let this helicopter fly very stable because it is so light. The battery last longer than i expected, several minutes maybe 5-7 minutes? and they take more than 1 hour to charge; so I also recommend getting extra batteries. That way you can extend flight time and learn how to operate it quicker. I bough 5 for $6 on ebay and they work great, just make sure you get the right ones because there are two types of batteries for this Heli depending on what model you get. ( evidently there is an old version and a new version but both are the same model number, the battery mount is what changes.)

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  • By Bill B

    February 15, 2017

    It's zippy and responsive, charges in a reasonable amount of time, and functions fully across all four axes of control. It's more durable than I would have expected and has taken a few crashes that would make Syma copters cringe. It flies like a real chopper and is a world of fun! It's powerful enough to use outside in VERY light wind, but also agile enough to fly indoors. It's extremely stable and a real pleasure to fly. The only caveat here is that its flight characteristics change as the battery drains, so you'll be adjusting the trim controls pretty frequently. There's a learning curve here, and while it's a little steep for the first couple flights this thing is easy enough to master and a real pleasure once you've done so. The ability to charge the copter batteries from a USB port also saves you a fortune in AA batteries. If you're looking for a toy copter, LOOK NO FARTHER.

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  • By Mike in AR.

    February 1, 2017

    This was ordered through my daughters account so it won't list me as a verified buyer. I started with a Syma 107 3 channel which is a fun, leisure inside copter. Very quickly I knew I wanted something more challenging. The V911 is 4 channel fixed pitch with a mode 2 radio Transmitter that will fly outside in light wind. It is very light weight, but extremely durable. You will discover a lot of plastic with a carbon fiber tail boom. These materials are used for weight reduction and to absorb crash impacts. Take my word for it, if you are new to 4 channel you will crash. The good news is it will stay in one piece, pick it up or get it out of the tree and take off again! Flight time is about 6 minutes , but it comes with two batteries that can charge at the same time. Let the motors cool a few minutes between flights. The transmitter has low/high modes that let you fly more aggressive as skill builds. I am very happy with this product and it is a great way to be introduced to 4 channel RC at a low cost. I wish I would have started with this copter rather than the 3 channel as I learned some bad 3 channel habits that have to be unlearned for 4 channel flying. You will be happy with this product.

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  • By Richard C.

    January 23, 2017

    Even without any RC helicopter experience, this is fun. It's so tiny and light, that even when I hit stuff, it somehow survives. All I do is turn off the blades right before it hits anything. I even took this thing as high as it would go, and turned off the transmitter. It fell and bounced off the grass, no damage. If you go all the way up though, make sure you aren't anywhere near tree's. It's so light, that even a tiny hint of wind up there will push it quite a ways. It's taking some practice to learn how to fly it of course, but that's part of the fun. When the battery starts to die, I'm actually a bit better at flying, because there is less lift. The battery life is only like 5-7 minutes as it says. I've actually been plugging the battery charger in and letting it dangle below the controller to charge while flying with the other battery. Thinking of adding a velcro strip (not over the air fins of course), to keep it in place. Of course, you can always charge batteries with the included USB connector with a lap-top, etc. Says for 14 years up, but I think even 10 would be fine.

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  • By Sean

    January 17, 2017

    This little helicopter is a heck of a lot of fun. It's my first non-coaxial helicopter. It came with everything in the picture, as well as a nice sturdy re-usable cardboard box with extra room for other gear. For instance, I like to take my Tenergy charger with me, and it fits quite well in the box. If you're coming to this from coaxials, it's a pretty straight forward move, but there is a bit of a learning curve. This heli is super quick, responsive, and a whole lot of fun to fly indoors and out. Indoors you're limited to hovering and some slow movements unless you're really good, like I said, it's quick, and you'll find a wall or piece of furniture pretty fast. 1 of the batteries was DoA, and that was a bit disappointing. I ended up buying a 5 pack of extended live batteries though. If this heli weren't so much fun, I'd have docked 2 stars, but it's so much fun, and aftermarket batteries are so cheap, I just took 1 star off. Overall, I'd say that if you're looking at this you should go ahead and get it. I don't think you'll regret it. You might want to pick up the aftermarket batteries though, there's a chance that one or both batteries will be DoA.

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  • By Ken Jang

    January 10, 2017

    All parts were packaged nicely in a case that can be reused to store components when not in use. This is my first cross over from coaxial to a single fixed pitch to widen my skill before going into collective pitch or larger scales. I searched for a low cost and yet effective models that I can train on. And this Copter delivered solid performance despite dozens of inflight crashes and hard landings. The first flight was in-door and the copter responded well and was able to hoover without too much fuss. The calm outdoor flight was bit challenging and the copter struggled and lost control when it flew beyond 25 yards. One battery flight time was around 5 minutes and it took around 45-50 minutes to recharge. There were 2 stock batteries so the combined total flight was around 10 minutes. The stock battery is rated at 120mAh battery. I should have ordered 300mAh battery to enjoy longer uninterrupted flight. This is a fun little trainer and won't hurt your wallet.

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  • By Peter S.

    January 6, 2017

    For less than 40 bucks you can have 4 channel heli! mine works great once the trim settings are dialed in. Great features, like the LCD screen to show the throw of the servos and throttle, and a real radio transmitter so you can fly outside! Super durable too! Only thing that seems to break on these is the flybar on top of the shaft. So be sure to buy some more of those. about 4.50 for 2 extras on here. The batteries last about 3-5 minutes and charge in about 30minutes. Be sure to charge using the USB cord, or your transmitter batteries won't last more than a few flights. Outdoor flying is possible, but very hard and frustrating with any sort of breeze. Check out some forums online about the V911 to see some upgrades to improve on that. Great fun, and really satisfying to master flying. The 4 channels make close proximity indoor flying super fun. Worth trying if you want something better and harder than a 3 channel coaxial helicopter

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