Force MH-35 Heli RTF

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New Simplifly control option makes flying easier ID System for team play Built in Battle Module sends and recieves infrared signals Specially designed 5-Channel Battle transmitter Adjustable firing range evens the odds for newbies and vets

The Force helicopter battling system is designed to give you an out of the box air-to-air battling experience. The Force MH-35 is an ultra-lightweight, battle-hardened heli perfect for out-maneuvering opponents in tight quarters. Its self-stabilizing characteristics and mil-spec gyro stabilization system keep you rock steady and in complete control, even if you’re a Force rookie. Using our built-in battle module to send and receive infra-red signals that are range adjustable, you get to shoot down your opponent in mid-flight. YOU MUST PURCHASE A SECOND HELICOPTER IN ORDER TO BATTLE. Game play, using a newly designed 5 channel custom transmitter, will focus on the themes in either one v one, or team play mode, like dog fights, target practice, and heli v ground. While in battle, the helis will react to being shot by spinning in place, through a system called VDAS, and eventually being grounded by safely powering down. Key Features New Simplifly control option makes flying easier ID System for team play Built in Battle Module sends and recieves infrared signals Specially designed 5-Channel Battle transmitter Adjustable firing range evens the odds for newbies and vets Everything needed is included in the box.

Don’t listen to Chuck…sounds like he just crashed and burned one too many times.

Got mine from Horizon Hobby for $99 and let me tell you, these are great little 4ch helis. Very stable, and very controllable. Ready to fly out of the box with little to no trimming needed. Myself and 3 coworkers bought these to fly around in the shop and we have all had some hard crashes, and these things just keep flying. Two of them had no RC heli experience and had them flying all over the place in no time. Great for beginners.

Now, I will admit that certain parts do break upon hard crashes….landing gear and flybars. But those parts are cheap and normally available at your local hobby shop.

I do recommend getting bigger batteries, the stock 120mah battery does not last long. The 150 to 160mah adds more flight time, and the longer battery also shifts the fwd CG just a bit and creates a lil more fwd flight.

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