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This Brand New 3 Channel Gyro mini Metal rc helicopter is 1 of the world's newest, smallest and lightest RC Helicopter you can get! At approx. 7.5" long, it easily fits in the palm of your hand and is fully functional, equipped with latest Gyroscope technology, which makes this helicopter an instant hot seller in the RC World. This mini Gyro Metal helicopter charges directly either from the USB cable or from the controller which uses "AA" batteries and has a full-function trim control for the perfect flight. Get one today before they all fly away!

Customer Reviews

Nice, light weight, very easy to fly!

 on August 30, 2015
By Maniac Reviews
The Syma Helicopter is very easy to fly! I was surprised at the fact I could keep it in the air without losing control or hitting a wall! I have mastered landing it on my Remote Control Helicopter Landing pad!

So much fun! Even for a non remote controlled device operator such as myself!

 on October 22, 2015
By Lynn Jansen
Love this little helicopter! I got it for my nephew for Christmas but of course I had to play with it first and make sure it works. I suck at these kinds of toys I can never get them up or get them to work really at all. But I figured why not try. I put the batteries in the controller and charged it for 24 hours so that it would have a good first charge and keep a good life in the battery of the helicopter. I then took a deep breath and turned it on and got it to fly! It was really easy. It is very lightweight but a whole lot of fun. I got the yellow one in our order. The box does clearly say that although the box has a color on it, it may not be the same color inside. But all of the colors are fun! I also purchased a repair kit because I know that with a teen boy using this it will need a repair at least once! Great little helicopter that I found easy to fly. Can’t wait to see his face when he opens it on Christmas.

Fun for the whole family…. except your pets.

 on December 16, 2017
By tim
Many hours of fun flying this around the house pestering our pets. This little Syma S107 is super easy to fly and is a great beginners RC helicopter. I didn’t buy this for a kid, just myself as something to do while I’m watching TV with my wife. Fairly quiet while flying and very sturdy. I’ve crashed it many times with nothing breaking so far. This is not suitable for flying outside unless there is no wind. Also does’t work to well in direct sunlight due to this bing controlled via infrared controller.

Great heli for my 5 year old for less than …

 on June 26, 2017
By Motaflan
Great heli for my 5 year old for less than $20. Replacement blades and pieces are easy to find and pretty cheap too. It’s a lot of fun. Blades get your fingers every once in a while, but it helps build respect for things that can be both fun and dangerous. It’s a good toy for an adventurous, maturing boy.

Easy to fly and anazingly durable.

 on January 17, 2018
By Scrounger
I bought this for my son when he was only 4 years old. He has great skills when it comes to hand/eye coordination and driving other r/c toys so I thought he could handle it. Plus, he sees me flying my helos and wants to try it but mine are high performance ones and too hard to fly.

Great buy, it simply works every time

 on August 28, 2015
By Geoff
The helicopter is by far the best I have ever bought. Don’t get conned into buying one of those cheap, light as a feather AirHogs. I purchased one an AirHog and it was flimsy but worst of all, it just spun around in circles even with the trim set all the way to the other direction.

Great intro to RC helicpoters

 on August 12, 2015
By Trickster
This was a Christmas present for my husband because he really wanted a remote control helicopter. I was not sure what to expect given the low price of this helicopter, but when it arrived I was pleasantly surprised. Neither my husband or I knew anything about RC helicopters, so I can’t give a review with a lot of technical details.

Best micro helicopter I have seen

 on January 2, 2012
By P. Schmidt
I normally fly large RC fixed wing airplanes, but have long had a desire to fool around with small indoor helicopters. I tried various models over the years (including the popular Micro Mosquito).Most of them very very twitchy and unstable. Most could not be operated with any air currents and would crash if they flew near an air vent, open window, or of somebody walked fast through the room. Most required lots of effort to keep the heli’s from veering around and most required lots of effort to keep altitude stable. Most would hover but were hard to coax into any flight in the desired direction. Most were very plastic, although typically they would take quite a beating without damage.

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