So you have yourself an iPad, but you need something more to do with your time – then why not treat yourself to a brand new rc helicopter. Learning to fly a rc helicopter takes time, patience and dedication. You can not simply pick up the controls and be flying around in no time like a pro. Just like learning to ride a bike, or drive a car there are many things you need to learn. This starts off with the basics which is hovering, this is essentially keeping the helicopter in 1 place all of the time without it drifting around. It sounds easy, but in reality its very difficult and takes much time and patience. Once you have mastered hovering it gives you a good basis to learn further flight skills and you will be flying your electric rc helicopters around in no time like a pro. There are many companies in England to buy your model from so have a search online and get flying today!
My favorite model is the iHelicopter:
The iHelicopter can be flown from either Android or Apple software and retails for just £19.99. Its amazing just how cheap it can be to get a RC Helicopter these days and you can even watch the screen on your iPhone and see exactly what the helicopter is seeing. This is great on a calm day when you can take the model outdoors and take some fantastic photographs or video’s of your local area.