A very colourful box is what greets you full of detail and does look very fun. Once the box has been opened a very neat, tidy and professional layout awaits you. The quadcopter sits on the right with the transmitter on the left and 2 accessory bags dotted around the box. This quadcopter does in fact also come with batteries, this made me very happy as unfortunately this is not the norm when it comes to the world of R/C.
In the accessory bags there is:-
- 4 x spare propellers
- 1 x set of spare screws
- 1 x Screwdriver
Also included in the package:-
- USB Charger
- 1 x Drone battery
- 4 x ‘AAA’ batteries
- 2 x Manuals
The batteries will take approx. 50 minutes to 1 hour to charge, that will give you 10-15 minutes of flight time!
Before we start we need to calibrate the gyros which requires you to place on a flat surface. Once done then you are good to go, and upon take off a few things are very apparent, the copter sounds like a clockwork contraption from the victorian times and that is quite refreshing. The LEDs are very bright and easy to see when flying, there is an extra LED which lights up when the quadcopter and transmitter are bound, this is a very nice feature and one that should be on more drones.
You can throw this copter around from left to right, fly it high or very low, then add some flips and it will handle everything you throw at it. It also crashes well too, being a very durable quad you will be very surprised how much punishment this will take, three times i crashed and 3 times nothing changed, the propellers didn’t crack or bend, the propeller arms are intact and you can take to the skies again immediatley.
All in all a very fun experience
Verdict = 9/10 — POSITIVES = very durable, great crossover drone, fantastic fun, good battery life, slimline, very powerful, professional packaging — NEGATIVES = slightest breeze will take it off course, precise landing is very difficult on anything other than concrete
Places to buy
Amazon - http://amzn.to/2hNGntj