We have adapted the controller allowing the user to input their own 4 capability switches.
Undoubtedly one of the easiest to fly remote controlled helicopters ever, My First Heli Station has been designed to get the younger enthusiast off to a flying start. Featuring contra rotating rotors for superb stability, plus protective rings and an emergency stop button provided for extra safety, Silverlit's My First Heli Station offers the ideal entry point for any lucky youngster!
The attractive Silverlit Power in Fun packaging includes a fully assembled helicopter supplied ready-to-fly, complete with a pre-installed wide beam infrared control system, a My First Heli Station play mat, plus an informative flight manual. Requires 6 x AA alkaline batteries (not included).
Independent Life Technologies
17 Springfield Road
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