How to Fly a Remote Helicopter

Introduction: How to Fly a Remote Helicopter

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I am going to show you how to fly a mini helicopter. I'm using a Ed hardy toy helicopter that i got for 15$.

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Step 1: Charging

First put batteries in your charger and remote. After that, charge your helicopter.

Step 2: Take Off!

To fly start out slowly then add on more speed as you go. Make sure you do not hit your ceiling.

Step 3: Landing

To land the helicopter you have to go down slowly when its close enough from the ground you can land it there but do not let it keep flying when it lands.

Step 4: Steering

To go forward push the stick on the right  up, backwards = down, right = right, left = left.

Step 5: Flying

Now that your flying be sure to not to have so much power that you hit the ceiling or any other high objects.

Step 6: :D

Now you know how to fly a helicopter. :)

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    9 Discussions

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    10 years ago on Introduction

    These things can be quite tricky, as you've learned how could you add more to this?
    So far you've only really said to start slowly then build speed, and not to use so much throttle as to hit the ceiling.

    E.g. how do you combine throttle with direction, how do you land it etc?

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    HarveyH44
    HarveyH44

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    There is no forward or reverse control, its 2 channels.  It goes up/down, turns to the left/right.  Mostly, it just crashes into things, until it breaks.

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    cloot100
    cloot100

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Well... i hope have fun with breaking your little toys.... they're not all the same.

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Yes they're like that. I suspect it's a marketing strategy to get people to buy better models...

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    sharlston
    sharlston

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    The best helicopter ive come accros is the syma s107 for around £20 with LiPo batterys 3 channel and a alumium body