Reflex Helicopter Uses Counter Rotating Blades

Posted: Jun 13 2007, 4:59pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:20am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Reflex Helicopter Uses Counter Rotating Blades
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I am a big fan of RC helicopters, especially when they are full function and small enough to fly indoor from the comfort of my couch. Having counter rotating blades means there is no need for a tail rotor making for less complexity.

Less complexity means less to break when you crash it or run them into the obligatory ceiling fans in all homes here in the South. The Reflex R/C copter is a three-channel design that allows up/down, rotate right/left, and forward/back movements.

Powered by an internal rechargeable battery that gets its juice directly from the wall rather than from the remote like the Picco Z I reviewed before. The controller is powered by a 9v battery. Via ThinkGeek

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