IF YOU THOUGHT THE PICOOZ WAS FUN... YOU'VE GOT TO GET THIS!

Strengths: 
The Tandem Z-1 looks amazing in the air. It is not difficult to fly, but a real challenge to fly well. Thanks to its tilting rear rotor, the Tandem Z-1 is much more controllable than the PicooZ. The red metallic painted finish looks much better than Silverlit's earlier offerings, and the headlight, which is switchable from the transmitter, is a really neat addition, and looks great when flying in the dark.
Weaknesses: 
Shame its a CH46 Sea Knight and not a Chinook. :-( The spindly undercarriage looks a bit naff. Like any fixed pitch helicopter it tends to plummet unrecoverably if you are a bit quick on closing the throttle (e. g.
Overall: 
With RAF Odiham, the home of the Royal Air Force's Chinook Squadrons, just up the road, and see ing them over the house every day, I knew I had to have the Tandem Z-1, the moment I saw a picture of it. The box is massive for the size of the helicopter, which is about 8 inches long overall). The inner packaging is in two parts; the upper containing the helicopter, with the transmitter in the lower part. The instructions were buried inside the transmitter carton, and were virtually inaccessible without destroying the packaging or the instructions.
Ease of assembly: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Build quality: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Flight performance: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
Value for money: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Overall: 
4
Average: 4 (1 vote)
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