A Review of The SYMA S108G Helicopter

SYMA S108G is a make of a helicopter that is infrared mini radio controlled with three channels and it is one of the newest or most current. The micro helicopter is known to use an electric co-axial motor thus a perfect choice for beginners and advanced helicopter users. This is a RC helicopter as it comes with a remote control.

Some of the common features of this helicopter include its micro or small size; it looks realistic with the mini spot light that is situated at its front side. It has up or down, left or right, and forward or backward controls, these enhances easy and reliable control of this device. The copter also features a flight stabilizing systems.

The helicopter uses a rechargeable battery with a USB charger and a charging time of thirty five to forty five minutes. It has a controlling distance of up to ten meters and a full flying time of between six and eight minutes. The use of this battery makes the copter light and also contributes to the smaller size.

This micro helicopter highly powerful as compared to other SYMA micro helicopters, it is easily modified using some specific spare parts that are offered by the manufacturer for those willing to upgrade it. The copter is durable or has a longer useful life as compared to many others.

The cost is considerably fair for such a micro helicopter with an advanced flying system. This device is very easy to fly and control thus making it an advancement of its predecessor that had easy controls making flying very simple. One can easily fly it around a room and still maintain complete control of the device.

Unlike its predecessor, the micro helicopter has a vertical control that is not spring loaded thus easy to hover it. Controlling response is stronger and forceful thus making it difficult to manage for those who have never handled a micro helicopter before. The copter is much lighter as its body is made of plastic frame unlike the predecessor that was made of metal alloy.

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