Best RC Helicopter for Beginners
Not to mention the helicopter brands I initially think we first have to address this at a generic level like what the BEST RC helicopter should be.
What’s the Best RC Helicopter for Beginners?
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Thinking about buying your first remote control helicopter? These remote control models are fun for young and old alike. Offering hours of aerial fun both inside and outside.
At Rchelicop, we have a wide range of beginner RC helicopters right through to professional level 3D helis.
Choosing the best RC helicopter for you can be a bit of a daunting task, but we’ve taken the time to check out some fantastic remote control helicopters to help you buy your first RC helicopter.
Best RC Helicopter Models with Comparisons for 2017
What to Look For in a Remote Control Helicopter for Beginners
4 channels minimum
A suitable helicopter will have full control in all directions. You can get less than 4 channels and these helicopters are seen everywhere at the retail and online retail outlets and will not train you for any type of flight knowledge. BUT they may give you an error to fly, so hopefully, after reading this you will be more informed to make a better decision.
Great flight stability
No assembly is necessary, so beginners do not need to worry about putting together small parts. Since it is a mini helicopter, it is easy to get used to flying, making it the perfect entry level option.
Good spares and improvement help
Whatever Rchelicop we bring we always make a considerable investment in the spare parts along the side and upgrades if it is available for each model.
With cheaper model helicopters mentioned above, they tend to have limited or no spare parts available for faster delivery and there are more chances that the models can’t be dismantled to repair first (long time will see glue used).
Returning to the original question I think it is better to turn it around and say what type of models do not handle the wind well: These tend to be R / C Helicopters with large surface areas composed by a non-aerodynamic design, curved blades, and ones that have A fixed tone struggle with windy conditions.
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Therefore, the opposite of these features are found with a collective pitch helicopter with thin, straight and negatively oriented pitch curve settings and high-speed head (something I would advise against with a first purchase
We hope this blog will help you find the best remote control helicopter for beginners. If you have any questions about the helicopters we have covered, do not hesitate to leave us a question in the comment box below