This inexpensive tri-blade drone has plenty of power and punch. Yet its stability makes it perfect for beginner fliers. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~b9ao and find the camera version here http://shrsl.com/?~b9ap
– Very smooth, stable, and gentle flier. Excellent for beginner fliers.
– The tri-blade propellers of this drone provide great lifting power and vertical acceleration (punch).
– Does flips with hardly any loss in altitude.
– Great LED lighting, with strong headlight. Great for maintaining orientation when night flying.
– Good working headless mode and one key return.
– Good range.
– Good flight time at over 7 minutes per battery. Uses widely available and cheap Syma X5C batteries.
– Motors start off in idle. This is different than most other toy quadcopters, but may be intentional by design, possibly for future upgrade of altitude hold version.
Material: Alloy + Plastic + Electronic Component
Functions: Forward, Backward, Up, Down, Left, Right, left/right sideward flight, Hovering,3D Roll, LED light,Headless Mode,One Key Return
Remote Control Frequency: 2.4G
Gyro: 4 axis
Battery for Quadcopter: 3.7V 550mAh(Included, can also use Syma X5C batteries)
Flying Time: About 8 Minutes (I got over 7 minutes)
Control distance: 100-150 meters ( I got about 80 meters)
Battery for Controller: 4*1.5V AA Battery(Not Included)
Quadcopter Dimensions: 31*31*5cm
Product Weight: 165g
Package Content: 1 x RC Quadcopter, 1 x Controller, 1 x 3.7V 550mAh Battery, 1 x USB Charging Cable, 1 x Screwdriver, 2 x Spare Blades, 1 x English User Manual
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Thank you for all your video post. I am a beginner and I have a request.
You have a video you did a while back when you demonstrated how to make a
quadcopter return when its off in the distance (not in headless mode). I
also have seen the vid you posted about turning showing how to use the
controller to get it to do various turns. I would like to see a video of
the distance turns but also showing the controller. I ask because I have
learned a lot in a shot time watching the transitional flight videos but
still really have issues with getting a quad to return from a distance. I
think I will be getting this quad as well. Thanks Quadcoper 101.
is the website in the description reliable?
lol who else had a marijuana ad that’s too funny
I am looking to get a cheap beginner drone that is durable and cheap what
would you recommend? + Quadcopter101
Nice review! I made the mistake of flying my x5c downwind. Is it normal for
that model to keep on going when bind is lost? Looking for something for my
daughter to join me. I returned the x13 that I got her.
Hey man just a general question! I want to buy a drone for around $100 that
I can shoot some nice HD video with. I have a GoPro HD Hero 4 so If a drone
can strap one of those on that’d be nice. But if there’s a good HD drone
for around that price that doesn’t use GoPro I’d love to hear what you have
to say(If such product exists at the price lol) Thanks!
all of your reviews are great! I watch a lot of them more than once. I just
wish we had great places to fly here in Indiana like you have there…
Stupid flashing lights those really mess up orientation at night, and with
the shipping I’ll pass because 29 dollars is not worth flashing led’s. Or I
should say flashing led’s are not worth the 29 dollars, and a headlight
does me no good for my low fast passes which I fly all the time because I
live in a down town area.
Think it will lift your 808?
Hello, I’m a middle aged beginner and I must first say that I love your
videos and look for them on every quad I investigate for purchase.
Currently I have a couple nano’s, Cheerson CX-10, CX-10A, JJRC H20, Syma
107A, Avatar Z008, and a white Syma X5SW. I am now thinking about getting a
MJX X800 and JXD 509G. My question is this which color, white or black, is
easier to see from long distance or higher altitudes?
Hi, I am planning to get a drone for my dad. Do you recommend any models
that are around the $200 dollar range that have cameras and are easy to
control? Thanks, Tony
does it need to be registered??