November 16, 2015

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Silverlit Nano Falcon XS - Remote Control Helicopter #ThinkChristmas #ad

My son has been talking about a remote control helicopter, so we were super excited to review the Silverlit's Nano Falcon XS is the new world’s smallest RC model Helicopter as certified by Guinness World Records. The New World’s Smallest RC Helicopter is only 2.3”. Easy to fly for any skill level, with a 3 channel control. Includes storage/carrying case which converts to a landing pad.

It is pretty simple to use.  First you need to charge it to  make sure you have amply fly time! can fit it into the palm of my hand easily.  The smaller sizes makes it easy to maneuver, not clunky at all.  You can move it three ways, up/down, left/right or forward/backwards.   It is amazing to watch this little chopper go all over the place.  It is so much fun.  I definitely need more practice flying it, but it is truly amazing to see how the kids can learn it so fast.

This lightweight helicopter was engineered for easy flight and stable performance. Equipped with a built-in gyro stabilizer for a smooth flying experience. The precise variable speed rotor delivers a grade-A flying experience.  It comes with a multi-purpose carry case.  Use it to store your helicopter, controller and turn it to become heliport.

Purchase Silverlit Nano Falcon XS - Remote Control Helicopter, Orange $44.99 & FREE Shipping.
  • Includes a slim transmitter with charging dock
  • Transformable carrying case allows you to safely store and transport your helicopter and can be opened and used as a heliport
  • Easy to Fly

Kids and adults alike will love this little helicopter. Have more than one person in your house that wants one for Christmas, but worried about how they both will fly at the same time? Each color is a separate channel allowing 2 helicopters to fly at the same time without channel interference.

This guy is so small, he would fit perfectly into an advent box or stocking!

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