E-flite is a leader in the electric flight community for good reason. This company’s airplanes and helicopters are all excellent performers in their respective categories. Their quality and innovation leave nothing to chance, and their excellent reputation is consistently embellished by word-of-mouth comments from pilots.
Movies Added! The first in a low-cost, just $70, co-axial helicopters designed for younger pilots, the Revell Fire Strike Pro is a great looking quad-rotor helicopter that is safe, durable and easy to fly. Check out this exciting machine in the Park Pilot Section.
Movies Added! Smaller than its BLADE CX brother, the BLADE MCX is a joy for anyone, regardless of piloting experience, to fly around a room or a big indoors arena. It still excels in forward flight, easy hover and maneuverability. Get out of the winds and the cold. Come inside with us to the Park Pilot Helicopter Section. A fun time is guaranteed with the BLADE MCX.
Movies Added! – Heli-Max’s Ready-To-Fly AXE EZ Twin Rotor helicopter is an exciting helicopter for the first time chopper pilot. The AXE EZ is not only a fine first helicopter but an excellent value as well. The AXE EZ includes carbon fiber trainer landing gear, extra blades, extra landing skids, plenty of decals, a DVD and complete instructions in addition to itself, the 4-channel transmitter, Li-Po battery and charger. Learn about it in the Ultra-Lite Helicopter Section.
After flying the E-flite Blade for approximately three months, it is clear that the Blade is well worth the money and is considerable fun.
The new E-flite Blade CX is an excellent first helicopter for any RC pilot who can fly a basic trainer. Ready-To-Fly and factory-trimmed, The Blade CX even has reasonable outdoor and forward flight capabilities. Read about it in the Ultra-Lite Section. Includes 3 movies and 2 music videos.
A fast responding, yet gentle and easy to fly helicopter, Hirobo’s new XRB SR Sky Robo Lama offers plenty of fun in a small size and space. Everything necessary for flight is included plus training gear and landing skid braces. Strong, durable and fun to fly, this helicopter offers fixed-wing pilots a painless transition to rotary flight. Read about it in Sport Aviator’s Ultra-Lite Section.
Helicopter flying is supposed to be difficult and expensive. Is it? A non-helicopter pilot flies the new Hobby Lobby Hobby’s Co-Co-Lama alone, without help from an experienced helicopter instructor. Find out what happened and the lessons learned in Sport Aviator’s “Ultra-Lite” Section. You will be very surprised.