World Tech Toys Gyro Phantom Remote-Controlled Helicopter
The Gyro Phantom helicopter converts any family room into a do-fly zone by leveraging a built-in gyroscope, coaxial rotor, and single rear rotor. Detailed designs add an artful touch to each helicopter's sturdy full-metal body, and onboard LED lights increase visibility during nighttime flights or hummingbird courting sessions. Built to survive ceiling-fan tussles and run-ins with the stubborn ground, the helicopter can enjoy a long lifetime thanks to an included rechargeable battery, USB charging cord, and spare rear rotor.
- Built-in gyroscope for stability
- Metal body for strength and durability
- Coaxial rotor and single rear rotor for added control
- Onboard LED lights for increased visibility
- Detailed painted designs for intimidating fighter pilots during career-day speeches
- Helicopter powered by included 3.7V 130mAh Li-poly rechargeable battery, which charges via USB
- Transmitter powered by six AA batteries (not included)
- Overall dimensions: 8" (L ) x 1.5" (W) x 4" (H)
- Main-rotor diameter: 7"
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