VIDEOS OF THE
SYMA S031G
R/C COAXIAL HELICOPTER



Videos of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter
Last updated 08-11-12



A very, very good (not quite 'excellent'; see farther down the description to find out why) flight of my Syma S031G Coaxial R/C Heli.
Flight took place in a baseball diamond at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 08-10-12.
Temperature at flight time was 67F (19.4C).
As you can see (especially right near the end of this vid) it was a bit too breezy, so the heli did crash-land. But the flight itself was truly stellar!

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Very decent low-altitude flights (less than 15' {3m} tops) of my Syma S031G Coaxial R/C Heli.
Flights took place at a baseball diamond at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 08-08-12 (or "08 Aug. 2012" if you prefer); I packed up & went home a bit early because a senior baseball team was gearing up for a little BP (BP is not a stinging insect's urine; BP is short for Batting Practise)
Even though it was a bit too windy, I had some quite decent low-altitude flights, though I crash-landed offscreen at the end of this vid.
Temperature at flight time was 62F (16.67C).

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Very decent flight of my Syma S031G Coaxial R/C heli.
Flight took place at a baseball diamond at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 08-05-12 (or "05 Aug. 2012" if you prefer).
It was a little too windy, hence there was some difficulty in controlling it and I had a bit of a rough landing.
Temperature at flight time was 77F (25C).

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Decent post-repair flight of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter.
Flight took place in a baseball diamond at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 08-03-12.

Temperature at flight time was 64F (17.8C).

It was somewhat too windy so I had to abort the flight prematurely to avoid striking a chain link fence (and subsequently possibly causing rotor breakage), getting stuck in a tree, or ending up on Pacific Highway S. and having the poor, defenseless, innocent little heli getting run over & destroyed.

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Successful post-rotor blade repair flights of my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter on the morning of 07-25-12 -- the lower main rotor became busted after a failed attempt at aerial videography on 07-24-12. I repaired the rotor with two types of adhesive and a bit of duct tape {or "duck tape" if you prefer). The altitude was intentionally kept low in the event of repair failure and subsequent crashing. There was a single blade strike at the beginning of this video (blade strike was expected, but not just a single incidence!) It was way too windy to fly like I wanted, so that's why this video is so brief (1:14). Temperature at flight time was 67F (19.4C).

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My first (***FAILED!!!***) attempt at aerial videography from my Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter.

I mounted my Nikon Coolpix S4300 digital camera to the heli's undercarriage directly between the skids, but the heli didn't have sufficient {vulgar slang term for male nads, five letters, rhymes with "calls" and "walls", suffixed to the words "basket", "foot", "bowling", and "base"} to attain any lift with the camera's weight. :-(

It also busted one of the main rotor blades during the second crash, but I wasted no time in ordering new ones -- they should get here by mid-August 2012.

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This video shows great flights of my Syma S031G Coaxial R/C helicopter at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on 07-21-12. Temperature at flight time was 63F (17.2C). Unfortunately, it failed in midair at the end of this video; you might be able to see it spiral to the ground. The upper rotor blades quit spinning, and the lower rotor blades spin at maximum velocity regardless of the throttle position. :-( I'm hoping that it's just a loose wire or connector, rather than something more serious like the electronics in the heli having pooped out. I really love the living tweedle out of this studly little (or "not-so-little" as the case is) heli!!! :-(

That music you hear is the song, "This Fire Burns" by...o cummon you've ***GOT*** to know this one by now considering that I'm a known metalhead...take a whack at it anyway...




If you guessed Slayer, HUSOOS CRISTO USANDO UN ANDADOR NO!!!
It's Killswitch Engage you silly goose!!!
This product is not sound-sensitive in the least bit; the music may be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.
I added "***NSFYE!!!***" (Not Safe For Your Ears) because not everybody who watches R/C heli vidz on YouTube is a metalhead.

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This video shows great flights of my Syma S031G Coaxial R/C helicopter at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on 07-21-12. Temperature at flight time was 63F (17.2C).
Unfortunately, it failed in midair at the end of this video; you might be able to see it spiral to the ground. The upper rotor blades quit spinning, and the lower rotor blades spin at maximum velocity regardless of the throttle position. :-( You might actually be able to ***HEAR*** it fail if you're paying even a modicum of attention to the end of this video (after the brief segment that reads, "WATCH THE BIRDIE!!!" that alerts you to iminent failure). I'm hoping that it's just a loose wire or connector, rather than something more serious like the electronics in the heli having pooped out. I really love the living tweedle out of this studly little (or "not-so-little" as the case is) heli!!! :-(

This has the same video content as http://youtu.be/A88fKgLh4tQ but this one has no zax because not everybody who comes to YouTube to watch R/C heli vidz is a metalhead and would desire an unwanted earwhipping.

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Another video showing a truly EXCELLENT flight of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter that I made in the socker fields at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 07-18-12 (or "18 Jul. 2012" or even "Jul. 18, Twenty Stick-Very-Twirly-Stick" if you prefer). Temperature at flight time was 61F (16.1C).

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Video showing a successful flight of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter that I made in a baseball diamond in Federal Way WA. USA on the morning of 07-10-12 (or "10 Jul. 2012" or even "Jul. 10, Twenty Stick-Very-Twirly-Stick" if you prefer). Temperature at flight time was 57F (13.9C).
It was a bit too breezy; that's why I aborted the flight when I did. When you see it appear to hover, I was actually giving it maximum candiosity...er...uh...I mean, "MAXIMUM THROTTLE" to the tail rotor in attempt to bring it closer to me, but since I was fighting the breeze all the way, virtually no forward movement occured.

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This video shows a number of most excellent flights of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter.
Flights were made at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the mornings of 05-09-12 and 05-12-12.
Temperature at flight time on the 05-12-12 flights was 66F (18.9C).
Video content is the same as below, but with no earwhipping because not everybody who watches R/C heli vidz is a metalhead, and we can do without the crack pipe...er...um...I mean WE CAN DO WITHOUT THE THRASH METAL ZAX!!!

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This video shows a number of most excellent flights of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter.
Flights were made at Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA on the mornings of 05-09-12 and 05-12-12.
Temperature at flight time on the 05-12-12 flights was 66F (18.9C).

That music you hear is the song, "The Enemy" by...o cummon you've just ***GOT*** to know this one by now...go ahead take a whack out of it anyway...




If you guessed Hozay Feliaciano, HUSOOS CRISTO EN UN SILLN DE RUEDAS, NO!!! It's Anthrax you silly goose!!! ;-)

I added, "***NSFYE!!!***" (Not Safe For Your Ears) to the title because not ebverybody who comes to YouTube to watch R/C heli vidz is a metalhead, and Anthrax is definitely a thrash metal band. This heli is not sound-sensitive; the audio may be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.

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A brief video showing a very successful low-altitude test flight of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter. The flight was made in order to "trim" the heli prior to the next higher-altitude flight(s) to take place at nearby Celebration Park in Federal Way WA. USA the next time the weather is sunny & mild and with low wind speeds.

In this video, you can hear me say "Entering sector one point nine" in the same manner as the speech synthesizer in the coin-op arcade video game ''Star Trek'' {it's supposed to be Mr. Spock saying this}, then say "I mean...flight number nine!", in the same manner as the speech synthesizer in the coin-op arcade video game ''Looping'', followed by the heli lifting off, flying at low altitude for a time, then touching down.

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A video of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter flying outside. Near the end of the video, you might see why I want to fly this in a baseball park rather than in a residential neighbourhood -- fortunately though I was able to save the heli from this rather unglamourous fate, so it can still fly another day. :-)

Conditions at flight time (06-15-11 at 11:49am PDT) were mostly cloudy with a temperature of 55F (12.8C).

That music you might hear (well, are *SUPPOSED TO* hear) is the song "Uranium" by...cummon..you've just *GOT* to know this one by now...take a whack at it anyway...




PARA LOS MOTIVOS NO DE CRISTO IT'S NOT SLAYER OR ANTHRAX!!! It's Kraftwerk you silly goose!!! ;-)

This heli is not sound-sensitive; the audio may be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.

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Maiden flights of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter. Flights were performed in front of our house in Federal Way WA. USA.

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Indoor hovering & slow flights of the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter culminating in a rather loud crash offscreen. I need a lot more space in which to fly this heli; the South County Ballfields just south of Federal Way WA. USA ought to do the job here.

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Video on YourTube showing *VERY BRIEF* indoor flights of five (5) R/C helis.

The copters in this video are (in order of their appearance): Metal Series 33cm R/C Coaxial Helicopter, Havok Heli, Havok Stinger (R/C helicopter), Syma S107G R/C Coaxial Helicopter, and Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter.

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Concatenation (combination) of three videos on YourTube showing the Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter being flown outdoors near my home in Federal Way WA. USA. Flights took place on 05-01-11 (or "01 May 2011" or even "May 01, Twenty Double Sticks" if you prefer). Time was 11:03am PDT and the ambient temperature at flight time was 52.0F (11.1C). The heli flew quite a ways away during the last segment of this video; a man (who was "oohing and ahhing" at the flight) carrying a small child plucked it out of the street and handed it to me before an approaching truck might have run over and subsequently sent it to R/C heli heaven (destroyed it).

Those "blotches" in this video are water droplets on the camera's lens that got there when I set the camera & tripod ass'y down in grass while I was setting up -- there was "dew-dew" on the grass that I was not aware of until I dumped the camera's memory into my computer and viewed the vids.

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Video showing the Syma S031G Coaxial Helicopter flying outdoors to some Kraftwerk zax.
As I just said, that music you might (well, are SUPPOSED TO) hear is the song "Boing Boom Tschak" by the band Kraftwerk.

This heli is not sound-sensitive; the audio may safely be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.

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***NSFYE!!!*** Four R/C helis flying to Exciter zax.

The helis are (in order of their appearance):
1: Air Hogs Havok Heli
2: Syma S107G R/C Coaxial Helicopter
3: Syma S026G R/C Chinook Tandem Coaxial Helicopter
4: Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter

That music you might hear (well, are *SUPPOSED TO* hear) is the song "Destructor" by the three-person Canadian metal band Exciter. None of these helis are sound-sensitive; the audio may be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off or if you dislike thrash metal. ***NSFYE*** (Not Safe For Your Ears) added because not everybody is a metalhead. :-O

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Four R/C helis flying to PC demo zax.

The helis are (in order of their appearance):
1: Air Hogs Havok Heli
2: Syma S026G R/C Chinook Tandem Coaxial Helicopter
3: Syma S107G R/C Coaxial Helicopter
4: Syma S031G R/C Coaxial Helicopter

That music you might hear (well, are *SUPPOSED TO* hear) is the music from the PC demo "Delusion" by the demo group Sonic PC. None of these helis are sound-sensitive; the audio may be ignored or even muted if it pisses you off.

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I cannot provide any of these videos in other formats, so please do not ask.






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