New WL V911 4 CH Single Rotor Helicopter Version 2 *New & Improved* Black

New WL V911 4 CH Single Rotor Helicopter Version 2 *New & Improved* Black

Product Description

This is the newest version of the WL V911 helicopter, with new and improved battery compartment. The batteries are now snapped into place into the helicopter rather than hanging while flying in the first version. WL V911 is one of the best 4 Channel beginner/intermediate hobby helicopter out in the market, with full 4 Channel function. 3 Channel coaxial helicopters are great to begin, but if you are looking to step into the next level and enter a whole new level of fun, the WL V911 is great for you! The first of its kind (toy-hobby) that is able to fly well outdoor with light to mild wind. The single propeller design allows for great speed, flexibility and agility. It flies just like a hummingbird! Come and see why the whole RC community is raving about this helicopter at a fraction of the cost of more expensive hobby helicopter, but with performance that meets and exceeds expectations. Comes equipped with everything needed to fly including: 2.4 Ghz transmitter Helicopter 2 batteries (new and improved version) instruction manual .Test fly the new and improved WL V911 today! Please Note: the original battery will not fit into this new version. Please only buy the new version battery!

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EFLITE better watch out!, July 18, 2014
I've been flying RC 3D helis since 2007. Needless to say I have an overwhelming collection of 90 sized helis (700 class) all the way down to the 450 (and 250) sized. I've spent over $40K on this hobby! (ALIGN, Thunder TIger, Avant, SAB) Not something to brag about as this is a definite money pit hobby.
Even though I have expensive helis ranging in price from $1200.00 to $4000.00. I still always like to mess around with micro helis for fun. And Eflite (Horizon Hobby) has been able to fulfill that for me. (but at their set prices) Mostly fun because I can bind to anyone of my Spektrum or JR transmitters (BNF) just bind and fly. I went through a few MSRs, a few MCPX (collective pitch) and even threw in thousands upgrading the MCPX as they had several microheli upgrades that made the MCPX fly like a beast. (You didn't have to go to the field to fly 3D anymore). Then came the Eflite 130x's and I immediately got two of those. Anyway this is where I'm coming from and I must say that I can only compare to things I own and have experience with. The EFlite MSR is a fixed pitch heli just like this one and cost $100 bucks each when I bought them. (they are much less now I think $70 from what I just researched.)
But for 35 dollars on Amazon - you get this 2.4 GHz fixed pitch heli and I MUST SAY IT (V911) IS THE MOST STABLE TOY HELI I have flown. It flies much better than an Eflite MSR binded to my 800 dollar JR 11X transmitter. With the V911, I was flying backward figure 8's in my living room and it handled like it was on rails. For a toy controller (tx) it's not bad at all. (we've all bought China toy helis and drones in this price range before (even 2.4 ghz with junk transmitter - and how many of you have had pitch issues where the heli or drone is very unstable and you are always fighting the pitch going up and down even if you mildly make corrections - NOT the V911 - very stable and very precise.)
Too bad the only thing missing is a count down timer...but that's just because I'm used to expensive state of the art 2.4 GHz transmitters like my JR 11x or my older JR9303. (A count down timer would be nice for a beginner to show/teach them - they are not supposed to try and fly for 10 minutes - all of us know in this hobby regardless if the battery is 50 dollars or 300 dollars the flight still = 4 to 5 minutes - or destroy completely or destroy the life of the lithium polymer battery.) I laugh when I see reviews of people saying they get 10 min of flight time as if that is so important. - Yeah you do...but your battery is now a fire hazard and how many cycles do you get? - and how many gushy puffed up batteries do you own?)
I wish they had this heli when I had started back in 2007... would have saved me from buying a lot of garbage before getting to the big boy toys.
If you are looking for an entry point or if you're experienced like me and just want to fly in your house laying down and relaxing... get this heli for 35 dollars - you won't regret it! When I look at the parts (gear, batteries, motors, blades landing's a total Eflite knock off but trust me it actually flies better IMO.

The Energizer Rabbit of RC Helis, July 17, 2014
Wow! I HAD NEVER even touched ANY RC flying device! I was hovering this baby within 10 minutes of my first try! What a steady heli this is! I am going to keep practicing to move up soon, but I can see me keeping this baby no matter what! I will buy a few spare parts to have in reserve so that I don't run the chance on spending unnecessary time down due to any possible breakage. I must tell you...this thing takes a beating like a snare drum on a marching band! I started playing around and flying aggressive (for a beginner) and let me tell you, this baby is like the energizer bunny, after every crash, I pick it up and it flies like if nothing happened! Amazing!

Five Stars, July 16, 2014
Love this little copter! I even bought a second. Best deal in rc going!

Cool copter, Unbeatable price, July 16, 2014
This is an amazing transition helicopter. If you have mastered the 3 channel control style that comes with many of the heli's seen in stores lately. then this is how you can begin to step up your game. Learning how to fly the more advanced, 3d/stunt', or 6 channel choppers is not something you want to experiment with using a $150+ product. Hard crashes can break any product. The v911 is lightweight and durable, bust most importantly, it's inexpensive. After mastering the v911, you will be able to fly the more advanced helicopters, but it is still a good idea to train with a simulator for the more complicated stunts like inversion. This product is decent at flying outdoors. Its lightweight design makes high winds difficult to navigate, but it is is good both indoors and out(indoors make sure you are familiar with the controls and it has a clear liftoff area, aprox. 5 sq ft)

For smaller areas I strongly recommend the Syma S-107g, July 14, 2014
A large indoor area is needed to fly this little 4-channel bird. For smaller areas I strongly recommend the Syma S-107g, which is much more stable and easy to control.

Five Stars, July 13, 2014

Buy extra batteries-you'll want them!, July 10, 2014
GREAT starter heli as a trainer to learn orientation before attempting to fly collective pitch. This fixed pitch 4 channel heli is much higher quality than the 3 channel "toys" you find in malls or Radio Shack. The flybar stops the heli when you let go of the sticks, making mode 2 control much easier to learn. Also extremely durable. I am amazed at the crashes mine has bounced right back from-just remember to cut the motor when losing control or crashing. Do yourself a favor and resist the temptation to fly in 3 channel mode (left stick up/down, right stick forward/back rotate) and keep it in 4 channel mode (left stick up/down rotate, right stick forward/back slide left/right). Should you want to advance in the hobby, learning this will help you immensely. One thing to keep in mind-do NOT try to fly outdoors in anything stronger than a light breeze. Learn on this heli indoors or in calm conditions outdoors, then step up to the higher head speed of collective pitch before attempting to fly in wind.

Two Stars, July 9, 2014
The unit doesn't bind the controller to the helicopter so I'm going to have to return the whole thing.

flew for about ten minutes (with horrible stability), I couldn't get it to stop and ..., July 8, 2014
First off, sat outside all day waiting for this to come in (got next day shipping). As soon as I got it, flew for about ten minutes (with horrible stability), I couldn't get it to stop and hover unless I adjusted the yaw (spinning) trim all the way to the right as far as the transmitter would allow. Then, in midair, it stopped flying, landed on the ground, and started SMOKING before my eyes (motor was not even receiving power at this point), and now it is a useless heap that spins helplessly as soon as throttle is added. This was my first RC, and it has ruined the entire idea of it for me. I am returning for a full refund.

Great Value!, July 8, 2014
Such a fun little copter for larger indoor areas and little wind outdoors, very speedy and responsive, and this thing can take a beating. Very good value for the money, almost unbelievable for a 4 channel.