The solar panel works perfectly. The blades rotate in sunlight. It is not necessary batteries. This is a great gift for a future pilot. Any child, or even pilots, like a helicopter like this. The wood was not sandpapered properly, leaving some barbs that may end up hurting any child. The axis of the main rotor shaft slightly twisted causing friction ... Read more
- It's funny
- A nice way to teach little kids about solar energy.
- iT has a good siza and design - The propeller works fast even if it's cloudy
- It's a perfect gift for a son, friend, boyfriend, for anyone.
- It's very comfortable to experiment with - It's a little fragile
- No other cons Is very exciting when you see it working at the first time.... Read more
It works, and kids can learn about solar panels and sunlight by moving it from direct sunlight into shadows.
The wood is very stable. Some kids might be too rough and throw the helicopter blades down on something hard which could break it. But, if the kid is either smart enough or old enough, you shouldn't have any issues.
Solar panel has to be in direct ... Read more
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