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11-22-2009 04:11 PM  8 years agoPost 1
Gary Mullens


East Central Ohio USA

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Well I need your feedback on the Honeybee Fp. Being this is within my budget, for now, just wanted to ask. Is this a waste of time and money?
Looking for you responses. (recommend other electric heli)

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11-24-2009 06:59 PM  8 years agoPost 2


Louisville, Kentucky

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I started out with a hummingbird fp. They are pretty fragile but easy to fix. Once I stepped up to a cp, I have never looked back


11-27-2009 04:02 PM  8 years agoPost 3
money to burn


Eugene, OR -USA

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For what it is worth I have a blade msr and love it. I also have the honey bee FP. I am trying to learn on it but am not loving it. I was set up horribly out of the box and sustained some damage before I figured that out. It's hard to get the blades to track right so it's not that stable in the air. I can hover and do forward flight pretty good on my phoenix but not on the honey bee. I'm going to move up to trex and see if a better machine helps. But to answer your question no the honey bee is not a waste of money especially since the whole thing costs less that a crash on bigger bird.

Blade Msr (Mine's 7.9 inches and I can keep it up for 5 minutes)

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11-27-2009 09:34 PM  8 years agoPost 4


Leeds, England

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They are fragile but you have to stuff them pretty hard to do any damage and you can fly them in your house aswell as outside on calm days. I put mine on 2 cell li-po about 1400mah and got 20 min flight times! They are lighter than the standard Ni-Mh packs so the heli hovers at a slightly lower rpm which is better for indoor flying.

60% of the time, it works every time!

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