WL Toys V933 2.4GHz 6Ch Flybarless RC Helicopter RTF
The V922 is a 6Ch collective pitch flybarless helicopter from WL Toys. The collective pitch means that as you increase the throttle the blades automatically rotate upwards also to give increased lift and it is this increased lift that allows for inverted flight and aerobatic flying. It's an awesome machine packed into a small ready to fly package. You will be amazed by this little heli and its capabilities. The V922 is equipped with a 3-axis gyro that makes flight really stable. The gyro acts like a kind of auto pilot and automatically holds the helicopter steady if there is a gust of wind or something. This means you can spend more time enjoying trying new tricks and less time have to constantly adjust to keep it steady. The flybarless rotor head is newly designed for increased efficiency and stability with main rotor blades that add some weight to balance the helicopter. The helicopter is built from durable material so can cope with multiple light collisions but should a repair be needed the flybarless system is much simpler to work on. Typically, it's complicated to set up a 6Ch flybarless helicopter with a 3 axis flight control board, however this has been eradicated as the V922 is RTF (ready to fly) straight from the box which is fantastic for those who are new to 6Ch collective pitch helicopters. Instead of messing with settings and other complicated parameters, you can focus on your flight abilities and having fun. The V922 has an unconventional way of allowing new pilots to fly inverted. There is a helpful function dubbed “Easy control”. You will find a switch on the top left hand corner of the transmitter that helps you to keep the same direction control when flying inverted so you will not feel lost in orientation when performing inverted flight. Of course, some of you may feel that this is cheating! Therefore, you can switch off easy control and fly inverted normally!
|Radio Equipment||2.4 GHz|
|Motor / Engine||Brushed|
|Required To Use||6 x AA batteries for the transmitter|
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