|Dec 28, 2013, 02:18 PM|
This is my first heli, and ever flying. I have about 10 batterys through it now inside, and doing well I feel.
It is quite sensitive to drafts, and I tried to take it outside, there is a 3-5 mph breeze. Its a handful and cant really do anything with it.
Im guessing this is normal for something this small or is it me? Would a seasoned pilot be able to handle it outside or not made for that?
|Dec 28, 2013, 06:55 PM|
Coaxial helicopters, especially the small ones, have little to no ability to handle any sort of wind. This is a great little indoor helicopter. I've had mine for 2 years and it's still fun to get out in the evenings or on those rainy days.
BTW, here's the main MCX2 thread:
it's mostly dormant these days, but folks are still subscribed to it and will answer questions if asked.
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