For enthusiasts skillful at coaxial helicopter and ready to fly single-blade helicopter, I strongly recommend Tarot 450 PRO to you. The large helicopter with 638mm in length, 232mm in height looks awesome, and there is no need to worry how to control it. Based on successful experience, this helicopter inherits remarkable normal flights as well as fancy stunts.
It’s kind of hard for beginners to control a single-blade helicopter like Tarot 450 PRO, but you are allowed to change the placement of its flybar from 90º to 45º, which results in great control ability to reach both agile and stable flight. The heavy weight on each end of the flybar actually acts as mechanical gyro to keep the helicopter stable. Practice makes perfect! And you’ll soon get used to it!
Generally, the helicopter is capable of normal flight like rising, descending, turning left and right, moving forward and backward. Fancy stunts such as rolling, 360º rotating, hovering, flipping, crabbing, pitching, soaring could be achieved if equipped with a comparable transmitter. Compared with other single-blade helicopter, Tarot 450 PRO apparently possesses much lower CG, thus it’s endowed with stronger resistance to the wind.
In addition, the striking canopy with colorful coating enhances flight appreciation when doing 3D stunts. Meanwhile, the outstanding canopy helps pilot clearly identify flying direction considering its safety. Adopting fiberglass unable to conduct electricity, the canopy greatly reduces possibility of self-explosion. The carbon fiber frame featured by light weight but high toughness greatly improves flying flexibility and durability.
More details about Tarot 450 PRO: High-precision CNC Aluminum CCPM design guarantees accurate and smooth movements and ensures more collective and cyclic pitch on 450 than ever before. Integrated battery mount design makes it more durable and guarantees the consistency of C.G. The kit comes with new style tail blades which are quite long and slim, so the whole tail rotor holder design is much efficient considering centripetal force.