For ages 14 *FLY SAFE*
Please follow the instructions manual carefully before flying this helicopter It is recommended that you stay away from rotating blades when helicopter is in use. Do not fly in poor weather conditions The user is responsible for safe operation of this helicopter
Mini Helicopter Infrared control No H806A 2.0 Channel
Note- While in flight, like other aircrafts, it can be damaged by contact or collision with with a fixed object. Radio-controlled helicopters can be children""s toys, but they are also a serious hobby for many. They are available in a wide variety of sizes, including miniature. These are often less expensive but more fragile, so it is important to know how to correctly fly it. With a bit of training and patience, you can avoid crashing your helicopter and learn to fly it like a pro.
1.Find a large area of open grass. Avoid areas with obstructions or large groups of people.
2.Power on your remote control and the helicopter using the "on/off" switches on both units.
3.Grip the helicopter firmly. Slowly press on the directional sticks on the controller to test the blades and rudders. Make sure that all parts of the helicopter are working correctly with the radio controller.
4.Set the helicopter on a flat plain of grass, away from any objects. Step back at least 3 ft. and slowly push the accelerator upward. Allow the helicopter to hover no more than 3 to 4 ft. above the ground. Practice keeping the helicopter steady. Once you have practiced hovering, try out more complicated maneuvers with the directional sticks.
5.Land the copter. Gradually reduce the pressure on the accelerator stick. Allow the copter to slowly fall to the ground. Once it has landed safely, adjust the blades, rudders and any weight balance devices to make it fly straighter and more accuratel
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