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Old 12-22-2012, 05:20 AM   #1
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Default Thank you horizon Hobby!

Took my nano outside today for the first time. 0 degree Celsius, 7m/s wind speed. This helicopter fly 3D like nothing. Tick tocks stock! Even crashed it inverted backwards and not a scratch. This heli cost like a weekend grocery shopping round for the family! My wife didn't even care I bought it!

Two things I'd like to se: if you put a white LED on the board it could be flown at dark.

The canopy looks boring. Something more vivid in colors and not that nose heavy look.

Thank you for for your amazing product! You have truly changed the RC heli world with it!
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Old 12-22-2012, 07:38 AM   #2
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try preheating your packs btw, in 0 degrees it will be kinda dead, I preheat to 30-40c
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:48 PM   #3
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I kept the batteries in my jeans pocket so I guess they where a little pre heated! I even flipped it in my living room for the first time when I got inside!
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try preheating your packs btw, in 0 degrees it will be kinda dead, I preheat to 30-40c
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you need more heat than that

I put them between my "glove" heater, basicly hobbyking tire warmers... sooo much more juice.
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you need more heat than that

I put them between my "glove" heater, basicly hobbyking tire warmers... sooo much more juice.
Cool, maybe I'll try that:-)
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replace the led if your good at soldering!
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Good idea but I'm not that good at soldering and I like to keep things stock:-)
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