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Mall Helicopter purchase...
Looks allot like an S107?
Tags: Syma X9
January 25, 2013 - 12:31 pm

Thanks for You input as far S107 interchangable parts with what I have.  I have close to a couple of hours "flying time"  on mine with no signs of damage or parts fatigue.  It has sustained a few operator "mistakes"  and has suffered several crashes with not needing any repair work to continue flying.  In the future I will stay main stream and buy only Syma or name brand copters.  I do love the inside heli's but I do plan on getting a bigger one that will fly outside this spring with the 2.4 radio freq. chopper

January 25, 2013 - 11:57 am

Yeah, the s105 is a pedicessor to the s107, which was then replaced by the s107g. You can get s105's, but they're expensive because, well, nobody really wants them and they stopped making them a few years ago when the 107 came out, and they don't make the plain s107's anymore either. The early ones don't have a gyro, which is what makes these things so stable.


As for yours, it looks to be a clone, and a cheap one at that. Keep an eye on it, and if it seems like it's breaking stuff easilly, replace the "consumable" parts (i.e. blades and stuff like that) with genuine s107 parts.

January 25, 2013 - 5:21 am

Okay I was one of those that was sucked in just before Christmas in the mall at one of those temp. stands selling helicopters.  It is box labeled as a "Gt series mini" it is labled on the tail fin as "sk305"  it also has a skyliner website on the main rotor blades.  I have gone to this Skyliner website and they make no refrence to Syma, and they only have their own model numbers. This unit/transmitter seems to look alike and built  ALLOT like an S105 / S107.  Has anybody else come across this?  I am very pleased with it and it flies perfectly, most the time. (excecpt for the loose nut behind the joy stick!)  What is the differences between the S105 and the S107, just an earlier model? 

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