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Syma quality
Another testiment to the quality of Syma products
Lancaster, PA, USA
September 19, 2015 - 3:22 pm
Member Since: February 14, 2012
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To add to my review of the S6:

   I had the S6 Supership out for a gentle evening flight and honing in on my

learning of 4-channel flying before I set the X5C on it's maiden voyage....

I had the S6 in what I thought was a straight-foreward flight but turned out it

was flying sideways. I attempted the barrel-roll maneuver and the quad took a

nasty turn straight into the sidewalk, breaking off the bow-starboard frame of the heli.

It was only hanging on by what I thought were a small string.

  Turns out the frame of the S6 is wrapped in a metal binding wire we call shark wire here.

I held the pieces together while Mrs. Jam wrapped the 2 pieces together with

black electric tape.

   It flies great.....no problems found, same as before the crash, and even cosmeticly

looks fine!

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