"Co-Co Lama" Co-Axial Contra-Rotating Micro Electric Helicopter, V3 .
co-axial and contra-rotating on the single shaft. This torque canceling design makes Co-Co Lama stable and flyable on your very first flight. Even a complete newcomer to helicopter flying can fly this at once. The helicopter is 14-1/4” long and weighs 7-3/4 oz. Co-Co Lama is complete and ready to fly and includes a 4 channel 72 mHz FM transmitter, a 4-in-one mixer/controller (electronic gyro, mixer, motor controller, receiver), two motors, two servos, 7.4V, 800 mAh Lithium battery and Lithium battery charger. Charge the flight battery, install 8 AA batteries (not included) in the transmitter and fly it.
Even though it rarely breaks in crashes, Co-Co Lama comes with a complete spare set of main blades, and we stock spare parts and aluminum upgrade parts. Instruction booklet provides some helpful tips about the basics of radio-controlled helicopter flying.
Co-Co Lama is not a flimsy toy -- it is an extremely well-built and well-designed radio controlled model helicopter. The 72 mHz radio, the motors, and servos are hobby quality products that will provide many hours of service. If you ever wanted to fly a micro electric helicopter but were put off by the difficulty of flying a helicopter, Co-Co Lama is for you.
only been flown a few times
in the front yard
20 mins of flight time
in good condition
Price is $95.00
shipping is only $10.00 USA
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