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Flying Sphere Indoor RC Helicopter with Gyro, 3.5 Channel - Black
Experience the magic of flight using this Flying Sphere Indoor RC Helicopter from Monoprice!
This RC helicopter resides inside a plastic sphere, which protects the helicopter from crashes and also protects against injury from the spinning propellers. The 'copter has a built-in rechargeable battery, which allows for up to 5 minutes of flight on a full charge. The battery can be charged using either the controller or by plugging it into a USB power source, such as a computer USB port or a wall chargers.
The controller supports three different channels, so you can operate up to three helicopters within the same area without interference. The controller communicates using infrared signals, so this toy should be used indoors only and should be kept away from sunlight and other bright lights.
PROS: This thing is very entertaining. Was fun while it lasted.
CONS: Lower rotor mechanism is fragile. It no longer flies.
Thank you for your review. Sorry to hear that PID 12086 is no longer functioning. We do offer a 30 day return policy as well as a one year warranty on this item. Obtaining a replacement would be of no additional cost to you. Please let me know if you would like to continue with a replacement and I can get that started for you right away.
PROS: Looks like it would be great for kids
CONS: Broke immediately.
When the Flying Sphere was operating it was a blast so don't get me wrong it's worth it if you can avoid ceilings and Walls you should be fine....lol.
PROS: Price! What a great deal, quick recharge, very "finished" & complete packaging and product, a small screwdriver was even provided to open the battery compartment.
CONS: No longer flies, Short Flight Time, Protective cage failed to protect, Broke during second flight.
PROS: This little RC sphere is very durable. The price you can't beat. It does keep the center of gravity centered at the bottom during flight.
CONS: The problem I have had is that the cage is so flexable it keeps bending and gets in the way of the props. The solution is to keep bending the cage out of the way of the props (a constant chore.)