The general consensus might have been that RC helicopters were not the easiest thing to learn to fly, and in many ways that assumption was right. But these days with the technology available in models like the Walkera Dragonfly 22e, it is easier to fly one than ever before.
High Tech Yet Simple to Fly
The receiver, gyro and servo are all incorporated into one control board using the latest technology make it a high performing controller that is simple to operate, even if you are a beginner.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised to learn that the cost is comparable to less capable fixed pitch models while providing the high performance capabilities of much more expensive models.
The 22e RC helicopter is a newly designed 6 channel 3D CCPM (Cyclic-Collective-Pitch-Mixing) that’s fully able to perform 3D aerobatics.
It is shipped completely assembled with every pre-flight adjustment already done. It’s just simply taking it out of its package, charge and insert the batteries and you’re ready for take off.
If you buy a new RC helicopter, whether you’re an experienced flyer or just getting started, there is going to be a learning curve of some sort. It’s just the nature of learning new things. Granted the experienced flyer will probably cruise through the curve more quickly than a beginner, but that too, is the nature of learning new things.
Then there is the 22e that was designed to be easier with the beginner in mind.
This manual provides you some important instructions, like the ones listed here:
A 6 channel CP Helicopter (Collective Pitch) that is entry level, designed and produced by Walkera with adaptive tail motor design. With a motor driven tail it can provide an advantage for a beginner, with much less rudder servo, it’s just one less thing to worry about.
So you’re ready to get started? If you are then you can’t go wrong with the Walkera Dragonfly 22e. It is reliable, easy to fly and has some advanced features that you can put to use as your skills improve without having to buy another helicopter.