Syma S108G 3.5 Channel RC Helicopter with Gyro

Syma S108G 3.5 Channel RC Helicopter with GyroHigh Flyer…

Check out these outstanding features:
3-channel radio remote-control helicopter
Function: up/down, forward/backward, turn left/right
Colorful Flashing Light: Night flying is quite excellent.
GYRO Technology: Makes flying more stable
Double Protection: Helicopter flys more safety, as it will be power-off automatically when chocked.
Battery: 3.7 V 150 mAh Li-poly (Not included.)
Charging Time: about 50-60 minutes


  • Stable Flight Characteristics
  • Easy to Fly
  • Great for Beginners
  • Battery Type: Lithium Polymer (LiPO Battery)
  • Motor Type: Brushed

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Venom Group International.

Brand: Syma
UPC: 649200003772
List Price: $69.99.
New Price: $27.49 Only 10 left
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3 thoughts on “Syma S108G 3.5 Channel RC Helicopter with Gyro

  1. Zealous1

    I own four SYMA helos and they all have different characteristics.

    First, I purchased a red S107G for 22$ and was blown away. However, after a multitude of crashes related to hitting the ceiling my first one was beginning to show wear (rotor blades dented/chiped, broken canopy brace, led not centered, vertical stabilizer cracked awaiting it next crash to come off) within one week.

    Second, I purchased a second 107G and it came as yellow. The first thing I noticed was the yellow one, while completely identical other than color, was much more powerful and battery lasted longer. As a result, it was more fun and more difficult to fly than red.

    Third, being that I am former active duty helocopter mechanic (CH-53a,d,e, T64-GE-416) for the Marines, I bought the S108G (Cobra). Folks, the Cobra is a completely different helo all together. The collective (vertical control) is not spring loaded like the S107G. Not only that, the Cobra is much more robust in…

  2. dbstory in NH

    I am a 56 year old grandma and most all of my grandkids have a plethora of helicopters, drones and other RC toys. I got this helicopter to go with the Eagle Pro landing pad, and once I saw the helicopter I just wanted to use it myself. I am not that great at it yet, but I will keep on trying each time I am getting a bit better at it.
    The Amazon listing says the recommended ages for this toy is 14 years an up. In the beginning of the attached video it is being operated…

  3. KD Flyer

    I must have about 200 flights under my belt on the Syma s107g and now about 20 or so with my new s108g. You really can’t go wrong with the Syma micro helis. They are easy to fly, durable and at the $20 mark you can’t complain.

    I would say most of the bad reviews on here are from people who have gotten unlucky with their particular unit. All pilots crash but I think some get lucky and avoid damage whilst others get unlucky and do damage to the motors. I’ve been lucky, so I can’t complain and I’ve really nailed my s107 hard into walls, rooves and even the TV, oops.

    This heli gets the thumbs up from me. I also bundled a helipad with the heli which has got LED lights built into it for night time flying. Definitely a cool accessory. You can check it here:


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