A small cardboard box covers the package inside. Underneath a small amount of plastic wrap is a transmitter with the quadcopter nestled inside.
To release the quadcopter a gentle pull on the plastic lid will suffice, on the underside of the transmitter is another small hatch that holds a small accessory bag and propeller guards. The accessory bag contains the following:-
- 6 x spare propellers
- 1 x material lopp band
- 1 x manual
- 1 x USB charging cable
Attached to the bottom of the transmitter is a small cable, be careful here as this allows the transmitter to charge the quadcopter off the 2 x ‘AA’ batteries inside the black casing. I used the USB cable to charge the copter this took approx 50 mins to 1 hour to complete, this time may alter if you use the internal charging cable.
Normally flying nano quadcopters is quite difficult as they are pretty quick and difficult to see. Although this one didn’t differ in the speed department it but did from the control department, I almost didn’t notice how difficult it was to see.
We had a total of 6 minutes of flight and even after trying to charge the drone for 15 minutes there wasn’t enough battery to continue flying.
Positive - Charges off transmitter, very portable as copter fits inside transmitter, nice feeling transmitter, standard battery life, well built copter. -
Negative - No LED when copter is charging from transmitter.