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HI from lehighvalley PA.
December 1, 2011 - 3:43 am

I'm probably going to get one for my little project then, worth the lack of wait, and they're gouging on amazon right now.


Really hope they still have em.


Now, if only Syma would have clones made here in the good ol US of A...


That'd be soooooo nice if somebody would be able to buy rights to the international pattents and make them here. Won't happen. Same as they'll never make 55 and 57 Chevy's, Oliver Tractors, and coffee makers here ever again.

November 26, 2011 - 7:45 am

Yes it was in there add , last sundays paper and I was going to order one line when I saw it but was not sure if clone, or fake, due to being in World Teck toys box but after I look at it it has all the things to look for, so other than a WTT box instead of syma it is authintic. works great so far, the grandson lives in texas Cool so I will give him his soon.

November 26, 2011 - 3:32 am

Hmmm... never would have thought to look at Aldi's for those.


Good to see other Pennsylvanians here!!! Not quite alone anymore!!! (even if it's the exact oposit side of the state)

November 26, 2011 - 2:12 am

WinkJust bought 2 S107s

one for me and one for the grand son.

They came in world teck toys box not syma bought at aldi foods for $24.

Other than that difference, seem to be the real thing all the real tell tell sighns, right. box handle, moter caps, controller , blades, pointy nose.

Flys great biggest problem is my house is small and its a little hard to manuver around but getting the hang of it.

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