Shoppers searching online looking to score a good deal on remote toy helicopters with hopes of getting great value for their money may find the process a little confusing and frustrating. The market is hovering with several different types, brands and sizes of remote toy helicopters. Complicating matters, consumers are bombarded with sales information from companies claiming their products are the best. How do you know you're really getting the best value for your money?

Whether you are shopping for yourself or someone else, no one wants to be suckered into buying a piece of junk based on marketing hype. But on the other hand finding high quality remote toy helicopters at an outstanding price can make you or the person you're buying for feel good and give you the peace of mind knowing you made a wise purchase. The purpose of this article is to cut through some of the clutter and prove the old saying "you get what you pay for" doesn't have to mean a product with a cheap price tag is cheaply made!

Fans of remote toy helicopters have discovered a little gem that's big on performance and quality but small in price. Smaller than a Smart Phone the Syma S107 helicopter fits comfortably in the palm of your hand and built with latest technology, allowing pilots the ability to learn how to fly it quickly without much effort. Making the helicopter an ideal toy for all ages from 3 to 103! In no time you'll be taking off and landing your bird in the palm of your hand and other cool tricks you can come up with. The flight speed is stable and smooth with a balance of not being to slow putting the pilot to sleep or to speedy for her to lose control.

Designed for indoor flight the Syma S107 helicopter is one of the toughest remote toy helicopters of its size. Owners confirm flight performance did not suffer from crashes or not so smooth landings. However if you decide to fly your helicopter like an out of control drunk pilot flying into things, you're asking for problems of your own creation and not because the helicopter is poor quality. Fly it with respect and you will be rewarded!

Remote toy helicopters are not perfect and the Syma S107 has a couple shortcomings worth mentioning. One common complaint is the short flying time that ranges anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes and the other is the amount of time to recharge the batteries (Approx. 1/2 hour). Seasoned pilots have discovered methods of overcoming these issues and not let them interrupt their flying time.

The Syma S107 remote toy helicopters come in complete ready to fly kits. All you need to do is charge up the batteries and off you go into the wild blue yonder! The Kits can be hard to find in big box stores but can be purchased online for under $30.00 making them perfect gifts for 1st time flyer's and advanced RC hobbyist.

Warning: Flying this bird can be addicting and could get you hooked into flying other types of remote toy helicopters!