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    Full 4 channel control, up, down, left, right, full 360 rotation
    Micro size design great for indoor flying
    Long lasting rechargeable lithium polymer battery, charges from transmitter or usb port
    Fine tuning accessible from Transmitter for more accurate control


    Battery: 1 cell 3.7V 150mAh li-po rechargeable battery
    Weight: 33g (Battery Included)
    Rotor Diameter: 190mm
    Length: 200m
    Height: 95mm
    Package includes:

    1 x 4-Ch 2.4G Remote controller (6pcs of Battery required)
    1 x Pre-assembled GW Xieda H995 Helicopter
    1 x USB Charging Cable
    1 x 3.7V 150mah Li-Po Battery
    1 x Set of spare blades
    1 x Instruction Manual

    Overall Customer Rating of 13 Reviews:

    Heli Over Office

    After a defective failure with another brand Heli that I pawned off to a co-worker. This one ran the Gauntlet of my many, and way to frequent, mishaps of trying to hover it around known congested obstacles in a working office environment. I was determined to achieve my goal before my scheduled permissible hours was expired at my 5(am) to 3:30(pm)

    Difficult as it may seem..., which it was. Once trimmed out, this Bad Boy flew as smooth as silk. I even had it hovering about 16" from my face without fear that it was going to go out of control. The Gyro's work, Baby! You gotta trim these darn Flying Mini Helis things, first, before you can even begin to control it. This Heli is better than a Timex Watch. It takes a lickin' and keeps on tickin'. Hahaha...!

    Only the Main Rotor Blades came apart once and all I had to do is snap it back into place.

    Now, after just two charges and two 8 minute flight time, my goal was achieved, with witnesses. I have other co-workers now considering getting one for themselves. I even took a chance and bought a church member one.

    I'm a rookie with R/C anything, with a lot of time on a simulator and couldn't keep from crashing and burning a sim. I'm just surprised how easy it was to fly this once it was trimmed out. We're on a Roll now, baby!! You gotta get one.


    i did not fly more than one hour when the pins on the main blads were gone,just one crash ordered three new sets. great flyer but not very sturdy, but for the price how munch can you ask for.

    Incredible Bargin

    Flies very well, wind 3 to 5mph. Not quite as good as my Align, but sooo much cheaper. I would recommend this over a CX for beginners, after some time with a sim. Make sure to properly trim. It will hover, hands off indoors. Beginner and pro settings on the remote. The Align transmitter takes 4 AA batteries, this takes 6? Oh well. Very Happy.

    Great beginner helicopter and very low price!

    This is my first fixed-pitch 4-channel helicopter and I think it is great for beginning pilots, like myself, who want a step up from 3-channel co-axial helicopters. It is extremely light weight and seems very fragile, but it is surprisingly durable. Most of the body is a flexible plastic and is hard to break. It will fly for about 5-8 minutes, so definitely get one or two extra batteries, considering they're only 5 bucks each. It takes about 20-25 minutes to charge the battery through USB on a computer, but even longer through the transmitter. The transmitter itself is nothing fancy, but it is a 2.4 GHz radio system, regardless of the box saying it is infrared for some reason.

    One downside is that the part of the main rotors that attach to the shaft is a more rigid plastic that is more prone to break. In my case, after one bad crash a tiny piece of one of the rotors broke off and it was enough to make the helicopter un-flyable and I had to replace it with one of the two backups.

    The aircraft may seem difficult to fly at first, but after a day or two of flying you will be able to fly it very easily, it just takes a little getting used to. After that, it is a blast to fly. It is best for a good sized indoor space, however on very calm days it can be flown outside, usually during evening hours when winds die down and there is still enough light out. You will have the most fun with the most space you can get.

    hero h995

    I just got this helicopter today and it fly very good.I flew it in my front yard with no wind.I have to say it fast and stably.