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    This detailed Double Horse 9103 is beautifully designed and made in high strength metal frame, so it can survive more bumps and races than all other competitors. All advanced pilots are impressed with this new amazing helicopter, at the same time it is perfect for beginners to get into their new hobby.

    It is able to fly freely in 4 directions, as a high performance infrared controller is included. Built in Gyroscope let it flies stably and smoothly, with easy to learn controls. Amazing flight distances, long battery life, stunningly durable, and Ready to Fly, you can get it up impressively in the sky faster and longer than other aircrafts.

    This model is miniature in size and lightweight, making it incredibly portable so you can take it anywhere you go. It also offers a wide infrared control and a design that is customized for indoor flying.

    Special Features:

    Function: Up and down, turn left and turn right, forward and backward
    Single Blade Structure and beautiful LED headlights
    Rotor and Altitude Speed Control with Easy Landing Brake feature
    Flight stabilizing system with Gyro
    Lightweight and fast, strong resistance ability
    3 Channel Wide Infrared Controls
    Ready to Fly



    Main Rotor Diameter: 225mm (9 inch)
    Tail Rotor Diameter: 38mm (1.5 inch)
    Length: 250mm (10 inch)
    Height: 65mm (2.5 inch)
    Flying Weight: 11g (0.4 oz)
    Battery: 3.7V 300mAh Li-Po
    Primary Charger: Integral Transmitter/Charger supplied with LED indicator/Auto shut off. Simply plug in and charge, with easy to use connections
    Secondary Charger: USB charging cable
    Flight duration:to 5-7 minutes
    Charge time: 15-30 minutes for full charge
    Ready To Fly: Supplied completely assembled and ready-to-fly, with pre-installed 3ch Channel Proportional Infrared Control System
    Range: Up to 30m (100 feet)
    Frequency: Infrared Control


    Needed to complete

    Transmitter Battery: AA Batteries (Not Included)

    Overall Customer Rating of 7 Reviews:

    Double Horse 9100

    This is for the beginners. Take my advise don't waste your money on a Co-Axial. This one is the way to go, it's very stable, super dourable and easy to fly. I would sugest order 2 extraa batterys because you wont want to put it down.

    I was amazed by the ease to flying it, suree I crashed it more then I could count but it got right back up and was flying as good as new. I going to order 2 more just to have with my collection. After you get the hang of it the next best one I found is the Double Horse 9100. Yep you will be amazed with it also.

    Again if your just getting into RC Helis this bird will not let you down. I wasted many dollars on the Co-Axials to leaarn on and after I did countles hours of research this is the way to go. 5 star for the 9103.

    Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. I can't put it down.

    Double Horse 9103

    Nice looking Heli, Nice price, but that's as far as it goes...I am new to RC Helicoptor flying so I thought that these would be a great starting grade....So I bought 2 of these for my son and I. After anticipating the charging process we started to attempt to fly. I crash landed mine on the carpeted floor, and snapped a connect buckle..(disabled) My son could not keep his from immediately drifting left. With no time to even remove throttle he crashed his into wall. Again connect buckle broken. These connect buckles are very fragile and they are vital to flying. Ordered couple packs of connect buckles from xheli shipping was outrageous for a $2.00 order. they have since provided a more reasonable flat rate shipping for spare parts. (Kudos for that). I'll try ordering more connect buckles and give these Heli's another go but I'm not optimistic about them. They do look sharp though!

    Disappointed x 2

    Okay, so I wanted to step up from my "intro helicopter" which is an Air Hog from Wal-Mart. I purchased one of these, and thought, gosh, I'll never get it to fly. All it would do is a hard left and crash. I thought this was an issue with me. So, after I crashed it for it's final time, sheering of pins for the small control arms, I set it aside and went back the Air Hog. After a while, I decided to try my hand at a 2nd one of these. First thing I determined was that the first one of these must have been defective. The new one would take off just fine, and was fun to fly for the 5 or so times it worked. I had a crash, the kind the Air Hog has endured over and over and over, but not the POS. I sheered connector buckles and pins on it, too. So, I'm back to the Air Hog, which has lasted at least a year now. I'm totally disappointed with this helicopter. In my opinion, it's crap. YMMV, and I hope it does. I'm going to try a WL V911 now.


    The first one was broken after first flight the arms that hold the main rotor to the swash plate both broke. The chopper wants to fly to the left on takeoff. So I never got to fly the first one. It was broken within 20 minutes.

    I purchased another one to see if it will fly out of the box as advertized. Anyone know how to get these to take straight off without falling over sideways.


    Good little heli for the money. Kinda under-powered though, but that may be the battery. For some reason, the charge light never comes on. The manual says 50 mins charge time, but not yet.

    I've heard of issues with lateral thrust to the left, which is normal for even real helicopters. In a real one, a little cyclic pressure comes natural, but this heli doesn't have side-to-side trim, so any adjustments must be manual through modification.

    So far, my 9103 hasn't displayed any severe drift, but it won't hover like a S107g either. Takes a bit of getting used to...