Featuring The Syma S107/S107G RC Helicopter, Pinnacle of Aerial Toys

The norm of having the best aerial view is now no more, this is because mankind has made and created the new best thing. An RC toy had made some plane or helicopter enthusiast out there to achieve something that they had not done before. More over with the new advent of RC toys, it has branched more fields in robotics and aerial engineering. Passionate aerial photographers and also RC helicopter user both alike have shown a myriad of interest in the branch of field. Before the creation the first aerial toy be it a plane, a helicopter or even a drone, people used to make paper airplanes which were not that much of fun.


The Syma S107/S107G is the markets cheapest and the best RC helicopters that you can ever buy. It is minute in size so that you can grab it by your hand. But don’t let the size fool you, this machine is very high in torque and power. It has a metallic chassis which are integrated with quality plastic on the front part that makes it highly rugged. This enables it to withhold damages during unexpected crashes. More over, you should keep in mind that it is not the perfect rc helicopter for outdoor flying, hence the manufacturer recommends players to fly it indoors. Syma S107/S107G is quite easy to fly thanks to its no sophisticated controls. Equipped with state pf the art gyroscope technology, this helicopter toy can remain stable during flights.

According to the manufacturer, this helicopter toy has a sturdy alloy infrared control machine integrated along side 3.5 conduit gyro system, but as an amateur, these jargons are not important, all you need to acknowledge is that it is easy to fly and will give you a breath-taking flights. Everything else is a bonus. Out of the box, you will find the helicopter itself, a USB cable, a remote controller unit, and few spare blades to replace in case of a crash. The remote controller unit is made to be used with hands. The multi directional control lies on the right thumb and the throttle is on the left thumb both are used for forward and backward motions and also pitching right and left.