A micro flybarless 3D machine ready to fly out of the box
By Aaron Strietzel
;e new Wasp Nano 3D is one of many helicopters in the Skyartec line distributed by
Global Hobby. ;e Wasp Nano 3D is similar in size to most 100-class helicopters on
the market and includes a preprogrammed, 6-channel computer radio. ;is flybarless
helicopter has a three-axis gyro and is well constructed. Its main frame is a preassembled plastic one-piece setup. All the work is done for you, and all electronics, a
brushed motor, and speed control/receiver board are installed. If you are looking for
a 3D-capable model to fly indoors or in the front yard on calm days, the Wasp Nano
will certainly fit your needs. Because it’s flybarless, its stability is good for someone
looking to advance up from a small fixed-pitch model or even someone looking to get
into a full collective pitch model after mastering a coaxial helicopter.
SPECIAL HELICOPTER SECTION
plastic canopy, a small hardware kit with an assortment of
screws, a Phillips screwdriver, and extra tail rotor and main
blades are also included.
WATCH IT NOW!
When I received this model, I opened the shipping outer
packaging and saw a nice aluminum carrying case. My initial thoughts
were that this was an optional accessory, but this is how the Wasp 3D is
shipped! I unlatched the nice padded aluminum case and lifted out a fully
assembled helicopter. ;is model is well constructed and it has fully cased
two-gram servos so there should be no issues with having to clean or
maintain them. ;e case holds all the components, including the AC wall
charger, one flight battery, and the 7-channel transmitter. A very colorful