Ah, sorry, I should have been more specific. I didnt' mean as far as actual lifespan goes, I meant the battery spamsspelrun said:Depends on what is wrong with them. Not crashing them into walls (or learning to cut the power just before you do) helps prevent you from cracking the tail rotor. Hairs and other crap get wrapped around the motor shafts; so you clean them off and lubricate them. And really cheap clones are shit quality-wise, live with it. :lol:
Wowwee flytech dragonfly is a nice ornithopter...i think you'd like it. only 20 euro on ebay.Mithrildor said:I like RC little stunt planes more, Ive got one and those things are so kewl I need to buy a new one , but I still have one.
To bad you can fly really short with them. Planes require less power once they are in the air, but Helicopters still require the same.borgqueenx said: