Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter w/ bonus Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade, USB Charger

Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter w/ bonus Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade, USB Charger

Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter w/ bonus Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade, USB Charger

  • Indoor/Outdoor capability
  • Dual Mode Operation
  • LCD Transmitter/Fine Tuning
  • Convenient Binding
  • Servo Cyclic Control

Hero RC H911 is a 100 class helicopter. It is a 4 channel fixed pitch helicopter providing true radio control helicopter flight performance. It is constructed with composite plastic materials providing light weight and durability. Its elastic properties make it great for novice pilots that may crash frequently. The H911 comes equipped with a 2.4ghz transmitter with an LCD screen. The LCD screen provides the pilot with trim information and a visual aspect of trim settings. It also has a plug allo

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  • gt507866:
    95 of 98 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This little bird rocks!, March 4, 2013
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    This review is from: Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter w/ bonus Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade, USB Charger (Toy)
    If you are looking for a quick and short answer, then I’d say YES, buy it. Now if you have time and want to know a little about my RC heli flying experience then read on. I started flying the RC heli with an indoor, toy-grade, 3/3.5-channel, infra-red (The sun light will interfere with infra-red), coaxial (2 sets of main rotor/blades) model. It’s cheap, slow, and stable, but less responsive to the control, and the fact that it needs a 20~30 minute charging time for every 3~4 minutes of play is just a pain in you know what. After I became pretty good at it (Also tired of it), I got crazy. I moved up to a 450 class 6-channel collective pitch single rotor model, which was a huge mistake. It’s like from playing with a harmless toy to an upside-down lawn mower! It was a money pit! Every crash (Usually happened in 10 seconds after take-off) would cost me at least $10~$20 for parts and lots of time trying to repair and adjust it myself. Stepping from a 3.5-channel model to a 6-channel one is a big step. If you think you are a born RC heli generous, then I congratulate you. As for the rest of us, it will crash, again, and again, and… I don’t know it’s the fact that I ran out of patience or I almost chopped off my fingers, but my money is definitely running out. So I sold the remaining of the chopper on eBay and completely gave up flying RC heli. About 8 months later, I came across the V911 single rotor indoor/outdoor with gyro model made by WL Toys (I think it’s a 100 class), and saw nothing but positive reviews. Of course I was skeptical this time after I got burned by the big chopper. But considering 1, the kit (RTF- Ready to fly) is still inexpensive; 2. It’s not a lawn mower, so I went for it. Boy I tell ya, I am so happy that I made the decision. I have so much fun with this little buzzer. Oh, by the way, I bought the H911 version because the canopy looks so much cooler.

    The gyro works. It’s mentioned in the instruction, but I’ll say it again. You need to set the heli on a leveled surface as soon as you insert the battery, because it will initialize the gyro right after that and uses it as the “base” meaning the heli will always try to return to this position during flight until next initialization. So imagine the heli’s “base” is in a tilted position… Not fun! Fly indoor first if the space is big enough, or fly outside when there is NO WIND during your leaning period. I’d still call it a toy, but there is still a little bit of learning curve, because the heli is very agile and the control is very sensitive compared to the indoor infra-red 3.5-channel model. If the gyro is initialized correctly then it should hover pretty easily. After some trimming, it will hover by itself, and then you will have some serious fun! Remember, crashing is inevitable, at least for me, so practice practice and practice. This little bird can take some `unintentional beatings’. There are a lot of cheap replacement parts you can on eBay, so don’t worry about your wallet being too shallow. Some personal advice: I’d buy another charger and some high capacity (200 mah) batteries to allow more, if not continuous, flying time. I also bought a few replacement canopies and replaced the original one before I destroy it. The shark face is just too cool!

    That’s all. I hope that would help you making the final decision. Any comment is welcome. Thanks for reading.

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  • Johnnyrocket:
    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Awesome Heli! A must buy over the standard V911!, January 11, 2013
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    This review is from: Hero RC H911 2.4GHZ iRocket 4 Channel Fixed Pitch Ready to Fly Helicopter w/ bonus Battery, Balance Bar, Main Blade, Connect Buckle, Tail Blade, USB Charger (Toy)
    After reading some forums, there were nothing but rave reviews for the WL Toys V911 (a single bladed fixed pitch heli) as the next step from 3 ch coax helis….so I bought one. After receiving it I was literally wow’d by it’s speed, agility and stability. It was as stable as a coax but could tear across the room with just a slight push of the stick. What an amazing heli! I’ve flown the V911 at least once a day for the last few weeks and am still amazed with it.

    After browsing Amazon one day, I came across the Hero RC H911 Warbird Edition (a rebranded and upgraded ver. of the V911). I liked the shark mouth canopy and already loved the V911 so I picked one of these up too! There are some very slight differences between the original V911 and the Hero H911 though. This model comes with larger 180 mAh batteries vs. the V911s 120-130 mAh batteries equating to longer flight time. This model also comes with a different, more aggressive swash plate. Because of it, I can get the H911 to speed up more quickly than the V911. If I had to choose between the two, I’d say I prefer this H911 ver. over the V911. The paint job doesn’t hurt either.

    So, if you are in the market for a great 4 ch fixed pitch single bladed micro heli, grab this one. You wont regret it especially since it’s the same price (if not cheaper) than its sister V911 AND you get longer lasting batteries, more agressive swash plate and a cool paint scheme.

    Cheers!

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