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The WL V911 Helicopter is one of the best 4 channel helicopters out there.  This is a micro helicopter so it can be flown pretty much anywhere, and it is great for the beginner all the way to the advanced flier.  You can buy them almost anywhere.  Plus replacement parts are so easy to find it is a no brainer to pick one of these up.

As stated before this helicopter is a micro helicopter; however, it is capable of flying outdoors in some light wind.  (Unless you are me of course and then you will try to fly it in winds of 15 miles an hour with no luck.)  Anyways that being said this is one of the best helicopters I have ever flown for many reasons.   One is the price, it is very cheap to buy and even cheaper to replace if you break something.  The whole package can be found for around $35 which is extremely cheap to get into this sport. 

Below are some pros and cons of what I like about this helicopter


   • light and easy to transport

   • Very easy to fly

   • Beginner mode and expert mode

   • A lot of add ons and extras available


   • Cannot handle very much wind

   • Not really mean for indoors

   • When battery runs low, flight performance is affected

I rate this helicopter a 4.5 out of 5.  There are some flaws but overall it is one of the best helicopters I have ever flown and because of its durability you do not need to be afraid to really push it to its limits.  Some people have had complaints about these but overall if you want something fun to fly in the backyard this is it. 

I would recommend anyone who is just getting into remote control helicopters to give this one a try.  If you are looking for something that is more of an indoor flier you can also try the Syma S107G.  That helicopter is very fun and easy to fly as well.  But this one can be really fun outdoors and for that reason I would say it is slightly better than the S107G.

Watch how the V911 helicopter flies


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