8cm long miniature 3ch infrared control helicopter

 

Samurai Marketing unveiled a miniature 3ch infrared control helicopter "RH-04" today. It's going to be released on November 27.

"RH-04" is a 8cm long, 14g helicopter with 8.2cm wing turning radius. It can move up and down, turn right and left, and move back and forth. You can charge it from a USB port.

We introduced the world's smallest helicopter NANO-FALCON last May. "RH-04" is a bit bigger than NANO-FALCON, however NANO-FALCON's control distance is only 5m.

Price: ¥5,980
Size: 80mm long, 14g
Charging time: 25-30 minutes
Continuous flying time: About 5-6 minutes
Controlling distance: 10m

 

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