The lightest 3D belt driven micro electric helicopter in the world--------ELE Firefox
The lightest 3D belt driven micro electric helicopter in the world--------ELE Firefox-100 V2
Firefox-100 V2 is integrated with belt driven system, Sheila. Bill Main Rotor Yoke and CCPM control system. Overall length is 310mm, main rotor diameter is 350mm, tail rotor diameter 100mm, 180 brushed motor or original factory produced brushless motor can be applied on Firefox-100. The body structure is sturdy and reliability similar to the big helicopter named LOGO which is made in Germany, the most noticeable characteristic of Firefox-100 is its 190g weight! It is the solely lightest 3D tail rotor belt driven helicopter with agile performance in the world at present time.
1 Light and agile: 190g flying weight, 170mm for single main rotor, suitable for outdoor and indoor flying.
2 Excellent structure: Sheila. Bill Main Rotor Yoke with CCPM control system, 3D pitch and tail belt driven contribute for its flying controllability and stability.
3 Flying duration: 6-8 minutes with 550mAh Li-po battery, 10-12 minutes with 800mAh Li-po battery.
4 Firefox-100 is specially suitable for its high shock resistance, cheap spare parts, low flying cost, easy controlling for players.
Improvements on Firefox-100 V2
It has been half a year since we pushed it onto world market, in the mean time, hundreds of improvements and changes lead the perfect Firefox-100 V2 to come into being and face our customers.
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