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December 29, 2017
Pretty easy to set up, it came out of the box and the batteries were charged and we were able to begin flying within five minutes. One thing I didn’t realize was that you have to fly it primarily from the iPhone or android app, and you need to connect to it inside the Wi-Fi settings first. I also own a Mavic Pro, and was surprised that this was set up so similarly to that. It certainly takes some practice to get used to flying it from your phone! Without any physical toggles, you just kind of have to guess where your hands are as you’re watching the drone. Even though I played with the handle that comes with it, I didn’t quite grasp the concept fast enough and decided to skip straight back to my phone after about five minutes of messing with it. The batteries seem to last a long time, and they charge up pretty quickly, so that was nice. And the camera is excellent! It was surprising just how crystal clear of the photos were. Overall, I’m glad we purchased this and it does a great job with photo and video, but it doesn’t handle much wind outside and if you were purchasing this for the video capabilities, you definitely need to plan and learn how to use it before you take it outside. Pros: Video Photo Speed Easy to set up Cons: Might take a few practice flights to get decent.
December 29, 2017
One of the coolest toys I've enjoyed playing with the past few years is definitely a drone, and my kids love them too! I'm not the only one that enjoys them, and as a result there are tons to choose from when shopping around. So how do you pick one? The choice can be difficult but reading reviews helps! Read on for my review of this drone. First let me just make one thing clear - if you are shopping for a high quality drone be sure your expectations are in line with your budget. You can find a great "toy" drone for $50-$100, but just remember it will be a toy. The battery life on drones in this price range will often be short (often under 10 minutes per charge). Features may be limited as well, however I will say for the price I think many of these come with some great features. One of the cool features many of them come with is built-in wifi which allows you to control it from your smartphone. The app also enables you to view the video feed from the drone camera on your smartphone while you are flying it. Keep in mind most of these drones do not have any built-in storage or micro sd slot, so using the app is the only way you can record photos and videos straight to your smartphone. You may find that you prefer to control it with the app versus the controller - either way it's nice to have both choices! Lets take a closer look at the T47 which is similar to the GoolRC T37 Mini Drone Foldable with Wifi Camera Live Video 2.4G 4 Channel 6 Axis Gravity Sensor RC Selfie Quadcopter RTF With Two Extra Battery - It has some great features: - Size: The propellers fold in nicely and it comes with durable storage. The storage is great - it holds the drone, remote, extra batteries, and charger while protecting the unit. It's still plenty small to throw in a bag. - Camera: Has an average built-in camera (see photos and video). I found it to be a little better than the T37. Unfortunately I couldn't fly this outdoors due to sub-zero temperatures in my area! Indoor photos are just ok. Photos and video generally look much better under good lighting conditions like those you would find outdoor. - Wifi: This camera has built-in wifi so you can download the GoolRC app and connect directly to it with your smartphone. I find I like this method of flying better because I can see the live video feed and record photos and video. Also I find the app a little more intuitive than using the control which has no markings on it. The same app is used across the T37, T47, & T49. - Accessories: This drone comes with two spare batteries for a total of 3. The batteries are pretty easy to remove from the bottom of the drone but not quite as easy as the T37. Also included is the battery charger (plugs into any usb), the remote wand, a solid carrying case, and some spare blades. Like the T37 instructions in multiple language are included. To begin flying it's pretty easy - turn on the device with the button on top, put batteries in the remote and turn it on, then press up then down on the joystick. The lights should change from flashing to solid on the drone to indicate it's connected to the remote and ready. If you're using the app you turn the drone on, go to your wifi settings and connect to the UAV connection (Note: It may take a bit for your phone to find it), then open the app (or download it first if you haven't already), click connect on the app, then click off at the top to toggle it to on and click the little hourglass two buttons over from the off/on button. The lights on the drone should change from flashing to solid to indicate it's connected and ready. Then you're all set. My advice is to use this drone (or any drone) in a large open area unless you are an expert. They often taken some practice to get the hang of them and can quickly move towards something you don't want them to and crash. My other advice is to look over the instructions carefully. Even though there are multiple languages and some of it can be a bit hard to follow you'll mostly want to focus on the buttons and what they do with the remote or the app. Both are discussed in the instructions. I'm not a huge fan of the wand style controller found on both this and the T37 - I prefer a standard controller. They remind me a lot of a Wii remote and they uses sensors in the remote to control movement of the drone as you tilt it. I could see where some people would like this better, but on this model I prefer to use my smartphone for controlling it. Finally, keep in mind this is a plastic drone with no protection over the blades so it's possible to break them when crashing. I will say I've crashed drones quite a few times and have yet to have that happen but it obviously does since they include spares. They are certainly not indestructible. I own several other models from GoolRC, including the GoolRC T37 Mini Drone Foldable with Wifi Camera Live Video 2.4G 4 Channel 6 Axis Gravity Sensor RC Selfie Quadcopter RTF With Two Extra Battery which is a model below this one and the GoolRC T49 FPV Drone with Wifi Camera Live Video 2.4G 4 Channel 6 Axi Auto Foldable Arm Altitude Hold RC Quadcopter which is the next model up so be sure to check them out along with my reviews on them as well! I hope this information helps - happy flying!
By Lisa N
December 15, 2017
I have owned and flown lots of drones and I have to say for a small drone, this is one of the most fun to fly. There is a bit of a learning curve and it takes a little time to get used to the controller. However after a couple tries I had it down. I would not recommend this drone for a beginner, but if you have flown a drone before and want to try something new this would be a great choice. The battery lasted for about 10 minutes of flight time and as the battery was dying it got lower and lower to the ground until it would not longer fly. This is a great feature because it prevents a crash landing. This kit includes two batteries, 4 extra propellers, a screw driver, remote, charging cord, and a hard sided zippered case. The foldable arms make it easy to transport in any bag without the fear of breaking props. The batteries for the remote are not included so make sure you have 2 AAA batteries. The camera is pretty good for a small drone too. This is a fun and unique drone that any one over the age of 14 would love!
By Normal Consumer
December 13, 2017
I expected so little from a non professional drone but wow, this little guy is totally worth its price. I've used DJI's Mavic Pro and I also played with a $20 micro drones, and I'd say this GoolRC drone is about the size of a DJI Spark, but is able to fold its arms for super portability. I needed to read up on the manual for some time but once I got the hang of it, flying it with the controller was a breeze. You turn on each things, press calibrate, start the engine, and you're good to go! What surprised me the most was that the remote was a gravity sensor based, meaning that the drone would move according to how you tilt and angle the remote - super easy. It's got a fast and normal speed mode, and this thing goes fast, like nothing you'd imagine from a < $100 drone. I was so blown away by this whole package, but I gotta take off a star from the difficulty in fine-tuning with using the mobile app. I was able to connect it, and see its camera through my phone well, but I could not get it to be calibrated enough to stay still on air without shifting over somewhere. It's so much more fun with the remote though. I think it's also nice that when it gets stuck or runs into something hard, the propellers will stop instead of continuing to spin. It comes with a set of two batteries, which is pleasant for a quick swap out, and you'll need it because time flies by (~7 min) when you're flying this thing around. I do wish I could have an option to control it with joystick alone without gravity sensor though. Make sure to read the instructions, don't fly it too high, because it's easy to lose this guy (no ability to return home) and it'll land without warning when the battery is about to die. Overall, it's really cool and great bang for your bucks!
December 8, 2017
Good for beginner, has rear red lights and front white lights. It helps with determine which is front a which is back. It helps a lot, If you don’t know where the front is you can fly into a wall. I haven’t used the remote yet because at the time I was at work and didn’t have batteries for the controller. So I downloaded the app, you can scan the code in the manual or look for the app name. Make sure to charge the battery full before flying it. Word of advice read the manual before flying it. There are a few things you need to tap on the app before it can fly. Also when you plug in your battery to an outlet the red light will go off...that is normal... and it will come back on once the battery is fully charged...I was freaking out at first i thought the battery was broken!!!! I like flying it at 100% because the drone sways a lot less vs 30%. I love that it comes with a carrying case for protection!!!!! None of the drones I gotten so far has carrying case except this one!
By Kim M.
December 7, 2017
This seems like a pretty good, small drone. The arms fold in to make it easy to move around. It seems to fly well, though to be honest I need to get better at controlling it. I think someone who has more experience flying drones would have no trouble at all flying this one. The controller is fairly straight-forward and simple to use. You simply pair it with the drone when you turn it on by pressing the joystick forward and then back. The drone comes with an extra battery. This is really a small, lightweight, compact drone. I could see taking it with me when travelling.
By Geoff R.
December 3, 2017
I have been looking for a drone that would allow me to take it for a hike or somewhere that would give some fun aerial pictures, so I picked this up. As the weather has just changed, I haven’t been able to test it outdoors yet. The drone is a solid product that does fold up tightly and easily and come with a nice storage box. (See beginning of video.) I am really happy with the controls. The automated take off and landing are quite nice with the push of a button. The controller is different than the traditional, but it makes sense and is very natural. To launch, you click the thumb stick and then use the same thumb stick to gain or decrease altitude pushing it up or down. Rolling your hand left, right, back or forward controls the movement of the drone. I do like that the camera is adjustable so you have the ability to change it as needed. If you are looking to take horizon pictures that is great, or if you want to be able to check if the gutter cleaners actually cleaned the gutters (move camera to face down.) I was able to use the GoolRC app to take pictures and movies, but I was not able to use it to control the drone. The Drone includes: - Drone - Controller - Nice Storage and Travel Box - 2 Batteries - 1 Charging Cable
November 29, 2017
I've tried some of the larger drones before and I have to say that I wasn't expecting much from a drone this size. However, I was impressed by the flight experience as the drone is very stable when hovering and the gravity controls were easier to learn and more intuitive than a traditional two joystick remote. The drone folds up compactly making it easy to store in the included case and I'm glad that it came with two batteries because they are short lived at 7-10 minutes per flight. The drone is super light though, so in windy conditions expect to fight against drift or risk losing the drone. Luckily there's a "kill switch" emergency shutoff button that will shut off the rotors, but be warned, the drone will simply fall out of the sky and come crashing down. The gravity controller doesn't have all the features on it like camera shutter or 360 flip which is a shame because I like using it better than the mobile app to control the drone. Sometimes the app crashes inexplicably, or I have a hard time connecting to the WiFi but when it works, it works. The photos it takes are of decent quality, surprisingly, and you always get two, a "normal" photo and a beauty enhanced one which I think just bumps up the brightness a little. The video is also 720p but doesn't appear to be 30 fps because it's somewhat choppy. Overall, it's a fun little gadget/toy to play with. Tips: To start flying with the gravity control, turn on the turn followed by the remote. Then push the joystick forward then back to pair. Once paired, click the joystick in to start the rotors. Then use the joystick for altitude control and turning and tilt your hand for forward, back, left, and right panning. When controlling with the app, go to your WiFi settings and connect to the UAV network first before launching the app and pressing 'Connect'. Then tap the 'Off' icon to get the joystick controls on the screen and the 'Hourglass' icon to get the one-click launch arrow to show up in the bottom left corner.
November 22, 2017
I'm very happy with this quad. Ordered 2 of them and both acted up well. Quite easy to fly and needed minimum trimming. Decent size for indoor flying and outdoors. packages were heavily dent but that's not Bg-s problem. It's the transport. Haven't tested the cameras yet but that's not the main reason. Bought those for kids as gift and think they will learn to fly with them good. Came with spare props as well. Charger and screwdriver for remote to access battery bay. Overall - Recommend for beginners or someone who want's to fly indoor
By Unbox Review Time
October 19, 2017
We recently bought the CoolRC to get into the drone craze and this particular model performed well, but not the best that we had tried. The drone has a camera quality of 720P and takes live video and can capture photos with a maximum range of 95 feet. It comes with a carrying case and the wings are foldable and the drone is compact enough to be carried in a backpack. The best part of the drone is that it comes with two rechargeable external batteries so that you can play with the drone while charging the secondary battery. Our rating scale Design: 5/5 Utility: 4/5 Effectiveness: 4/5 Noticeable flaws: It was a little bit difficult to control with the phone app. The full charging time takes over an hour with only a 7 minute flight time. Suggestions: Improve the video and picture quality. Also improve the sensitivity control of the drone and battery quality. Our answers to the frequently asked questions: Does it do 360 degree flips? Yes. The device does flip 360 degrees, but make sure the drone has enough space to do the 360 degree flip. Where can i find replacement propeller blades for the goolrc t47? The drone comes with two sets of replacement blades. Does it come with carrying case and extra blades? Yes, it comes with a carrying case and two extra blades. Overall, a good, but not best, entry level drone for the holiday season. Like our review? Hit the "Yes" button below for it being useful. Leave us a comment if you have any questions or send us an email. Thanks for reading!
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January 23, 2018
Batterie und Ladekabel sind sehr filigran und werden im Dauerbetrieb nicht lange durchhalten. Da ich mir den Flieger aber zum testen und lernen angeschafft habe, erfüllt er alle Richtlinien. Die restliche Verarbeitung ist top. Alles war soweit wie beschrieben.Ich war sehr zufrieden. Jederzeit wieder.Michael
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November 18, 2017
I liked a lot about this drone: -easy switch Out batteries -cool one hand remote - able to control by hand jesters -came with a nice case -compact design can be a plus Trouble I had It has low clearance, where this gave me a problem, was starting or landing in even short grass would get grass in blades. Over all really enjoy it for parking lot flying.
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