NEW Walkera 4 Channel DragonFly CB180D RC Helicopter w/ 2.4 GHz 2402D Devo Transmitter RTF
Do you like the good and advanced looking 4ch Channel Helicopters, but you think you are not ready for it yet? Try the new Walkera DragonFly CB180D. It is very easy to hover and easy controls just like a co-axial helicopter without having the dual top and bottom blade look. The rotor head features a 140 degree bell-hiller stabilizer bar for co-axial like stability. The Drangonfly CB180D comes with High Power Main Motor + Tail Motor combination, Servos, Shaft Driven Tail Rotor, making the CB180D very easy to control and flying around. Basically it is a more advanced design from the proven Walkera 4-3B helicopter.
This CB180D is equipped with the new Devention 2402D Devo Edition 2.4Ghz radio system and metal upgrades as well, making it more durable and fly precise.
Overall Length - 460mm (18.11 inches)
Main Rotor Diameter - 440mm (17.3 inches)
Weight - 288g
Battery: 7.4V 1000mAh Li-Po (included)
Lipo/balance charger with AC wall adaptor. (included)
DEVO 2402D 2.4Ghz Transmitter with (DSSS) ARM micro computer system encoder **Transmitter requires 8 AA Batteries)
-Great for beginners or anyone who has experience with flying a 4ch helicopter
-Powerful main motor ensures powerful, fast, and smooth flying and control
-2.4GHz radio system offers longer transmission distance, less interference, and more stable radio transmission
-The Devention 2402D Devo transmitter features the basic 4ch control with programmable servo reversing displayed on an easy to see backlit LCD screen.
-Ready to fly out of the box
Needed to complete
-8 x AA batteries for Transmitter
-Charge lipo battery fully before first flight (***Please note that the lipo battery comes partially charge for long storage and safe shipping reasons. Must be fully charged before first flight)
-The CB180D comes ready to fly, however please read through the manual and understand how the helicopter functions. The manual explains how the controls work and how the servos move in the correct direction when controlled from the transmitter. Always do a pre-flight check before flight or a crash may happen. Doing a pre-flight check will ensure a safe and fun flight.