Electric rc helicopter now make up the fastest growing sector of the general hobby of rc flying, and the models shown on this page are just a few of the most popular models at the current time.
In recent years, electric rc helicopter have really dropped in price and have become easier to fly, making electric rc helicopter the ultimate ′must have′ radio control model. Electric RC helicopter allows more people to enjoy this hobby without having to always fix their models and having to pay a hefty price.
As a result, electric rc helicopter now make up the fastest growing sector of the general hobby of rc flying, and the models shown on this page are just a few of the most popular models at the current time.
So it′s great news if you′ve ever loved the idea of flying a model helicopter but have always been put off by the high prices and horror stories about how hard model helicopters are to control - it seems that those days are over!
Having said that though, care still needs to be taken if learning to fly a 4 or more channel single rotor electric rc helicopter from scratch. Electric rc helicopter not toys and they do still have a learning curve! The co-axial electric rc helicopter, talked about further down the page, are much easier to fly with no experience.
But many modern electric rc helicopters are designed with the novice, as well as the expert, in mind.
Helis like the Woddontoys generally have good flight stability - exactly what you need when learning to fly an rc helicopter, and yet they′re perfectly capable of demanding 3D aerobatic flying with some simple upgrades (and a lot of practice...).
So even if you′ve never held a radio control helicopter before, a model like theWoddontoys will give you a smooth introduction to flying electric rc helicopters but, as previously mentioned, you still have a learning curve to deal with!