Namco Bandai’s subsidiary CCP toys has launched the world’s smallest remote controlled helicopter, the “NANO-FALCON” last year. But now they announced that a smaller version called “PICO-FALCON” will be launched in December 5th. They are now applying for the world record of the smallest remote controlled helicopter. Priced at about $45.
New record for the smallest! “PICO-FALCON”
“PICO-FALCON” is 30% smaller than the “NANO-FALCON” which is in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s smallest remote controlled helicopter. The body is only 46mm, and with the propellers, it’s only 59mm.
Easy to fly!
The product is controlled via infrared, high-performance gyro sensor and has contra-rotating propellers to achieve a smooth flight.
Weakness: It’s very sensitive to wind, and not enough power.
This is made to play indoors, so it’s very sensitive to wind. You have to charge 5 hours for a 4 minute flight. For adults that likes hang out indoors.
[Reference] A user movie of the previous model “NANO-FALCON”.
Translated by Yuki Mat