Or Picco-Z as it is known in the US.
S$39.90 of fun in an easy to fly package. The Picoo-Z is a 2-Channel Infrared Mini Helicopter from Silverlit, and when Artgerm brought one to the office, almost everybody bought one. The only headache is that the thing comes in only 3 channels, so we could not all fly at once. Up to three can be flown near each other at once, and each must be on different frequencies or channels (A, B or C).
If you buy more than one, make sure you get different channels (one way to do this is to buy different-coloured helicopters, or read the box for the Channel) or else only one helicopter can fly at one time.
We did some simple mods on the super-light helicopter to make it more stable and fly straighter. Like adding a strip of scotchtape along the tail to stabilise it, and a paperclip at the nose to add some weight to the nose for better forward flight.
It is a lot of fun to fly these puppies, and a 20 minute charge gives you about 15 minutes of flight. You charge it from the transmitter, which uses 6 AAs. Yes, six. So make sure you factor that cost in, or get rechargeables.
They sell these at US$49.95 in the US (and more, because they are sold out everywhere there), so we really get a bargain here.
Next step: mods. I can't wait. Hahaha!