A Review Of The Heli Max Novus 125 Cp

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With nitro fuel prices rising, there has never been a better time to consider moving to an electric RC helicopter. One chopper that offers the RC helicopter pilot the opportunity to fly both indoors and outside is the Heli-Max Novus 125 CP. This micro helicopter is a durable platform that is a true joy to fly.

The Novus 125 is designed to be a chopper that provides the best of all options possible for a pilot. It is small and light enough for indoor flight, but is built with enough strength and stability to be flown outside in most conditions. Also the best feature of the Novus 125 CP is that it comes with all of the equipment you need to get in the air. It comes equipped with a 2.4Ghz 6-channel transmitter and spare parts like rotor blades and torque tube gears that can break in a crash. Therefore, it is a great chopper for a beginning pilot.

In addition to all of these great features, the Heli-Max Novus 125 CP mounts a powerful 10,000kV brushless electric motor and a solid electronic speed control. This means that this RC helicopter is equipped to be one of the most powerful birds in its class. As if this weren't enough, the chopper is equipped with a gyro that helps to hold it firmly on any heading. This means that the Novus 125 CP will be a very easy to control RC chopper.

On top of being an easy to fly RC helicopter, the Novus 125 CP has a long flight time. The helicopter's 3.7V 600mAh LiPo battery gives it the ability to fly for at least 20 continuous minutes. Then the chopper can quickly be recharged with its rapid wall charger. This will allow the pilot to be able to enjoy flying their chopper considerably more than other similarly sized helicopters that take a long time to charge and only provide a few minutes of flying time.

If the fact that this RC helicopter comes with a quick charging battery system weren't enough, it is one of the best handling helicopters on the market today. It exhibits great flight characteristics...

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