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Video: Introducing the RC Logger EYE One S

Whether you are a beginner or an expert, simply enjoy casual fights or the ability to perform acrobatic flip maneuvers, the RC EYE One S has what it takes. Modern gyro technology combined with a simple but stylish yet robust design guarantee maximum joy. Regardless if indoors or outdoors, the flight stabilization technology performs reliable even in windy conditions. Practice your orientation skills in beginner mode before moving your way up to sport and expert modes unleashing the ability to perform semi-automatic flips. It’s ready to fly with new 2.4 GHz FHSS transmitter and receiver pair. They are OneLink ready.

Acrobatic Flip Ability

Semi automatic acrobatic mode is available. It can be applied in SPORTS and EXPERT mode and allows you to have more excitement and fun.

Light Weight and Ready to Fly Mini Copter

RC EYE One S weighs less than 100 grams, it reacts sensitively to wind or draughts. The RC EYE One S is tiny, very strong and durable. It’s powered with a lithium polymer battery. You can just simply charge the LiPo battery (7.4 V 350 mAh) by using the charger provided. The copter is ready to fly. It is supplied fully built with no assembly required.

Designed for Indoor and Outdoor Flight Experience

The flight model can be operated both in inner rooms and outdoor. Simple-to-use control allows you to fly at a more leisurely pace if desired.

3 Flight Modes – From Beginner to Expert

The model therefore is designed for beginners as well as experienced model helicopter pilots. There are 3 different flight modes (BEGINNER, SPORTS and EXPERT). It can ensure fun for beginners to experts. The remote control transmitter can be programmed to five different transmitter channels so that five pilots can fly an RC EYE One together.

Self-Stabilizing Flight Characteristics

It reacts sensitively to wind or draughts. The in-built electronic controls can balance out small undesired changes to the flight altitude.

Details at rclogger.com