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Remote Control Helicopter - Gyro Stealth Attack

Released on 10 June 2011

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RRP £39.99

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As if flying remote control helicopters wasn't fun enough, this 3-channel military-inspired number comes with a built-in missile launcher too!

Complete with a super-bright LED and two missile launchers on its nose section, the Launching Missile Helicopter really looks the part. Not only that, it's fitted with a gyroscopic stabiliser, making it super stable and really easy to manoeuvre - ideal for when you're taking aim and hitting those targets! Talking of targets, the helicopter comes with two cardboard cut-outs of tanks - perfect for practising your precision control.

Another feature worth mentioning is the trim function; it allows you to prevent the helicopter drifting too far to the right or left, ensuring directional control is maintained at all times. Plus, with its tri-band transmitter, you can operate up to three helicopters in the same vicinity - perfect if your mate's got another missile launcher and you want to go into battle!

To charge the helicopter, simply use the USB cable provided or attach the helicopter to the battery powered remote control.
  • 3 channel with built-in gyro
  • Six missiles included
  • Powerful LED on nose
  • Two missile launchers, one either side of the nose section
  • Two cardboard cut-outs of tanks provided for target practice
  • Full charge time: Approx 30 minutes
  • Controller requires 6 x AA batteries (not included)
  • Dimensions: 22.0 X 4.8 X 10.5 cm

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)

 Brilliant Fun

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My wife bought me this for Christmas. I'm 37 and I think that this is one of the best toys that I've ever had. It is very responsive to commands to rotate, but going forwards, backwards, up and down takes a bit of getting used to and a steady hand. At first I found myself yo-yo-ing up and down trying to find the right throttle setting to maintain the altitude that I wanted. You also have to increase the throttle slightly to maintain this altitude if you then want to move forwards or backwards. Bit like the real thing I suppose. Having rockets that fire is the absolute icing on the cake and everything becomes a target.
Brilliant fun and highly recommended.