New Walkera 130D01 4ch 2.4ghz Flybarless Co-Axial Rc Heli

Here is another model we might soon carry, the Walkera V130D01. Let us know what you think about this heli in the comments below.

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20 Responses to “New Walkera 130D01 4ch 2.4ghz Flybarless Co-Axial Rc Heli”

  • Timebender Pike:

    I want to stick with coaxials until I improve my flying skills. But for me at least this one sounds like its not going to be as stable as a coxial with a flybar. I'm sure it.s a nice little copter though for sure.

  • 1205juergen:

    I like only brushless motors …..

  • 1205juergen:

    I have three Walkeras , all running well without crashes ….

  • Dean Buhr:

    I love my ufys, still like my blade 120sr and msr (growing weary of cheap design though) and for the last 2 days I've been flying the mcx2 around my tiny living room. My daughter loves it when I land it on her hand. The other birds of course don't do well inside, although I try. So yes. Co axils much fun inside and very relaxing. But I'm getting a walkera model next.

  • DezConMasta:

    even cooler than the x100 bieng flybarless,

    the price is probobly a bit more expensive

  • Justin Angers:

    @xhelicopter Cool, also, dont mind to crash every once and a while 😉
    (make sure to catch it on film 😉

  • xhelicopter:

    @SecondCocacola We are working on getting some more fun 3D helicopters for you guys -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @jrm769 Their not useless. Maybe for someone who is already past the coaxial stage than it may not be a fun helicopter for them. But if you are someone who just wants to have a very fun and easy going helicopter to fly than these smaller ones can be quite fun. I like to fly the bigger helis too, but I still use the smaller ones to sharpen up my flying from all orientations :) -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @DirkME1022 Me too. It fun to take them up and have a relaxing day of flying. -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @xunil3 I agree. Coaxial helicopters can get boring at times, but when someone wants to kick back and relax the coaxial is just perfect for those nice easy going flying around the house :) Not to mention it is now flybar so you can zoom around faster without the blade strike. However it's still a little bigger than some of the smaller ones so it may not be too safe for the kids :) -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @zotter7 We are still testing it. If there is enough interest we will be carrying it soon for you guys :) -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @Mark2790 Thanks. Check out our newest video of the Walkera 4f200LM. It's a very nice scale helicopter and I think you will love it! -Tony

  • xhelicopter:

    @chiosex lol yea. It's only a coaxial and you really can't do much except fly around. Not to mention the small area I was flying in :) -Tony

  • Craig McVeigh:

    He looked as bored making this vid as I got watching it!

  • Major Rage:

    @Mark2790 agreed

  • SentinelGames:

    If you love the stability of a coaxial, you won't love this helicopter. I've flown one, and it is indeed nice, but being flybarless makes it behave more like a single rotor. Not a bad thing, but to all those coaxial lovers you may want to think carefully about this.

  • Mark2790:

    Im looking for more scale helis. Too many coaxial and 3d models with sport canopies out there and they all look the same. But I'll always watch your videos!

  • Dirk Zuchner:

    I still like the coaxial design :-))

  • fumochicles10:

    looks like the new model of walkera 5 #10, today i crashed it :(

  • Justin Angers:

    im think i speak for all of us when i say we are all tired of co-axiel helis. how about telling those helis makers to send you some nice, 3D 400 size+ helis and flying them how they should be.

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