Sunday, December 25, 2011


As predicted, it's broken.

Joel had one successful flight, then Andrew had a go while Joel was off getting dressed.

Much sadness followed.

1 comment:

  1. Speaking as one who has experience in this particular area, it is relatively cost effective to get the replacement part and install it. I'm willing to lay money down that it's one of those tiny little plastic bits with a loop at each end that control the stabilisers at the top. You can get the whole rotor array for a substantially smaller cost than the whole of the copter.

    That being said, if it's easy to break once, it's easy to break again...