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Q & A
Adjust the trim on the remotes until it's steady using the little d-pads. Also, it's very sensitive to air currents, so if there is a fan or even AC, that may be your issue.
By Sueira on June 25, 2017
On the top left side you push the black button then you turn it what ever direction you want to flip and it will flip that direction
By back woods on February 15, 2018
Turn off the controller and then back on, the soma lights should start flashing, after they quit, then it should hover, use the push buttons to trim the hover and then your are good to go.
By Steve T. on September 3, 2017
By Hugh on May 16, 2018
X11 and X5 are different products,so X11 won't bind with the Syma X5.Hope this could help you. Best wishes
By Siobhan on May 11, 2018
No! This is a basic first step learn to fly only, no thrills. Great for beginners !
By David J. Philippon on May 3, 2018
yes it is. If your new to quadcopters I'd leave it on
By Mike McNickle on April 25, 2018
By David J. Philippon on April 16, 2018
No it does not. You have to unplug the battery from quadcopter.
By Matt on April 6, 2018
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By Timothy R. Ottinger
January 24, 2018
This is a toy-grade copter, to be sure. It's also a lot of fun. I like the geared motors -- they're quiet and it runs a long time on a very tiny battery. For all of that, it's fairly quick it's faster than the Hubsan X4 H105/7 except when the hubsan is in "flip mode" (extreme expert mode) when it pitches pretty radically. It is pretty stable too. I don't use the guards. I have only had mine for a few months, but I was using it to teach other people to fly indoor. One student crashed it hard enough (with the guard on) to bend a propeller shaft, and while I've flown it anyway it has never been the same. I So, I've gotten 25.00 of fun out of it easily -- I have had much more fun for much more time than had I spent it on some other frivolous pleasure. I'll probably replace it when the weather turns foul and I can't fly bigger quads outside.
By Zlurz on Youtube
January 19, 2018
Overall this is a perfect little Mini Quad to get started with! You get a Xbox looking controller which is surprisingly accurate! Average flight time is about 6-12 Min, and that depends how your flying it, if your being aggressive/throttling it and constantly doing flips it will last around 6 min minimum, but if you're just hovering around here and there it will easily last you 9-12 Min. Everything about it is spot on, hovers nicely, very stable and accurate. One thing found extremely useful is the bright Blue and Red LED's on the body of the quad which can be seen in a very bright sunny day, even more so at night when you most need them. Also the quad comes with two settings, what i'd call a beginner and an advanced setting. The beginner has slower speeds and slower movement mainly due to the reduced sensitivity of the joysticks, advanced setting is best suited for advanced users as the speeds are too fast for your average beginner. I've had this little quad for about a month and this did it for me, now i plan on building a racing quad. Pro's: - Lightweight - Fast - Good Controller - Accurate - Stable - Comes with spare props - Comes with Prop Guard (With other Quads you would have to pay extra for this) Con's: - When doing flips the quad copter loses an altitude of about 1-2 feet when completing a flip. - Spare batteries are only sold by a handful of websites (DO NOT BUY FROM EBAY) Purchase them from a dedicated RC Website, this will avoid you the headache when it burns out your motors or main board due to the poor quality of your eBay spares. A con because the websites who do sell the batteries sell them around $5-$8 each. - Controller throttle could be a bit more accurate, i find myself constantly adjusting it to get the perfect hover without acceding or descending to rapidly but for under $30 you cant beat this quad
By CFL 246
January 17, 2018
I am really discouraged by this model's slow yaw rate. If you are an advanced type, there are other controller options to get better yaw control, but not the controller included with this RTF (ready to fly) product. That's how my review differs from others, a not often mention weakness. I could list all the positives repeated in so many reviews, but I won't. It flies nicely and its stable, good beginner quad. OK for indoor flying. Its lighting makes it OK for watching from below when flying in dark conditions (LEDs shine well downwards). I prefer the NiHui U207 for indoor flying. Blades are more brittle than average, so spares are needed, especially if flown without the prop guard. The prop guard does not protect from obstructions above. That it, it will scrub popcorn off ceilings ;-) And the guard doesn't protect blades from hitting hard when landing upside down. Flying without the guard, however, produces much more responsiveness, esp. with moving air (breeze, light wind). It can't do well in stronger moving air (winds).
By Scott Stutler
January 17, 2018
This is a great quad, and a good "next step" from a nano sized quad such as the Estes Synchro or Ares QX. It is very stable once trimmed out; I have let several first time flyers try it and they have all been successful within the first charge. The battery is good for about 5 minutes or so of flight time, however, it is a replaceable pack (unlike many of the nano quads), so multiple packs can be purchased. I use the tenergy 5 pack for the Hubsan X4 and although the fit is tight, it doubles the flight time. With 5 charged batteries you have an hour of flight time available. The build quality is good; not excellent which is why this review is a 4 star rather than 5. The gear driven props seem to be inconsistent with end play and mesh. This can intermittently cause the X11 to be out of balance momentarily. I disassembled the motopod and reset the end play to be consistent for each prop, however, it was not a permanent fix. My only other gripe is that the battery connectors are very tight, so much so that I am fearful that I will damage either the battery or the power lead coming from the circuit board. The transmitter is a surprisingly nice unit for such an entry level price point. It is well designed ergonomically and sized well for medium sized hands. Flight is very good, it is stable enough for indoors flight, and fast enough to be entertaining outside as well. Flips are easily executed. I purchased 4 of these, 3 as gifts, one for myself. All 4 are performing well after 3 months of use. It has proven to be very durable, especially with the prop guards in place, and is now my favorite micro quad. I hope that Syma launches the camera version of this quad soon.
January 2, 2018
This is my second Syma copter as i already have the X5C. Overall i really like this little quadcopter. It's small and very "hot" looking and very lightweight. I have the model without camera. Compared to the Syma X5C the X11 isn't as stable and is a bit finicky to control as slow speeds. Might be more a problem with the transmitter than the copter itself. Keep the prop guards on when flying inside. But flying outside at the park i take off the guards it's great fun. Just be careful if it's windy as the copter is very light and the wind can take it out of transmitter range if you're not careful. Transmitter range seems to be a bit over 100 feet. For a starter quadcopter i would recommend getting the Syma X5C as it's more stable and a great learning platform.
December 27, 2017
A terrific quad! I was blown away by this one. I purchased several during a BF sale for gifts. Curiosity got the best of my and I decided to open one up and fly it around the house to check it out. This thing is very stable. Slow yaw rates like others have mentioned but I think that is good for beginners. I was a Cheerson CX10 fan for indoor flying but this is much better. My only gripe would be parts availability. I've already broken a prop even with the guard on. The Cheerson can take more of a beating without a guard and you can find parts everywhere. The only parts available are sold by Syma directly... in Hong Kong. I guess I wont be repacking this for Christmas.
By P. Klissas
December 26, 2017
This little drone actually worked better than expected. It's quite robust, I should know I've had it drop out of the air (due to bad piloting) and hit walls (again bad piloting), this thing just keeps ticking. This is NOT for kids to just pick up and use, it took me a good couple of days of flying it to get a handle of how touchy the controls are. When you do get the hang of it, this thing flies amazingly well. By day 2 I can pull sweeping turns and navigate around objects. My only complaint (and it's really not a complaint) is the battery lasts about long enough to start getting the hang of flying it and then needs a charge. On average I'm getting between 5 and 10 minute flight time. The harder you make it fly (i.e. fast, braking pull ups, etc) the less the battery lasts. I've already order a set of batteries and they are pretty cheap, so you may want to think about doing that. Not much else to add, other than it's a pretty good buy. I wanted to get into drone flying and didn't want to learn on a $1500 pro-sumer model so got this thing to bang around. Glad I did!
By Shawn C.
December 9, 2017
Bought this for my 9 year old brother, he flies it no problem. Small downside is that it didn't come with a manual so I found one on google: when you first get it, do use the trim buttons and adjust it so that it maintains stable flight without any input. When my brother first used it we were wondering why it kept going in the wrong direction when we only do the lift off, but that was bcause we didn't trim/adjust it. It dropped down to hardwood floor from around 5-6 feet many times with no issues, so this thing is pretty sturdy. The battery life feels longer than 5 minutes, we will have to use a stop watch next time and see how long it actually flies
December 8, 2017
Nice quad with good night visibility & Maneuverability is very steady and easy to trim...But - I do wonder about a couple of things though - I bought 5 of these for gifts and tried each one. The first one was broken and would not fly at all (return pending). The second one has broken a prop twice in 2 days - this is with NO crashes and the prop guard on. It touched the ceiling and a prop broke and once I dropped it - yes dropped it - from my hand 2 feet to the ground and...yep another prop broke. Of the 8 other quads I have I have never broken a prop and the X-11 has broken 2 props in as many days with barely any flight time. Could it be Syma made a batch of faulty props? I plan to update this review as I get more stick time with this quad - I feel it's a 5-star quad but I'm running out of props. Looks like I may have found one more thing that makes the X-11 a bit less fun that other quads - it goes out of transmit range easily and then drops like a stone. I can go way higher with my other quads. If I go for altitude with the X-11, it begins flashing (good lights at night at least) and drops like a stone. Sometimes I can re-bind before it hits the ground, sometimes not. I use my Syma X5C controller and the X5 goes way higher, so I can only assume that the problem is the X-11 and not the controller.
November 30, 2017
This quadcopter is a sturdy and capable flying machine, but it is vulnerable to household dirt. It is as tame as a coaxial for beginners and the bumper cage is lots of fun for experts! BUT, beware of dust bunnies, hair and the like - they will ruin the bearings and they are fiendishly fastidious to fix. Not for winds much above 12kts or so - try Syma's X1 or X5 for that! And the X11's radio will work with an X5, so bring along the X5 for a take anywhere, fly anywhere fun little bit of kit. A good choice for beginners? 1). Cheap and fun - and it doesn't break easily, except for the hair issue. 2). Probably as good as a coaxial for learning to hover "Nose In" where the controls appear reversed. 3). And the 4 channel X11 will educate your "rudder" thumb at the same time! 4). Good fun for all - that bumper cage really is a hoot. UPDATE: this was one of my favorites - until the hairballs got it. Not a problem for normal folks. I'm too old, impatient and blind to deal with it. Besides, my Flysky FS-T6 radio can make a Syma X1 fly almost as well as an X11 - and it can make a WLToys V911 fly a whole lot better than an X11. All you need is an unlimited budget for cheap. See my reviews for the settings.
By Tacron Dude
October 20, 2017
This model is much easier to fly than my other beginner's quadcopter. One frustration is the poor product documentation. Although you can get the gist of what the instructions are trying to say, it's painfully obvious that they were written by somebody with limited command of the English language (example: instead of referring to a light as being "steady" they say "eternally lit.") There is nothing wrong with providing more detailed documentation. I'm all for the "Quick Start Guide" concept, but having a bit more explanation on how the flight controls work, and a more detailed description of how to trim the aircraft and adjust the control settings would have been helpful.
October 19, 2017
Lots of fun, but the rotors are fragile and can only be purchase directly from Syma in China. I bought these for 4 of my friends and we all have a blast with them in the office. That said, we have all broken blades and several of us had ours out of commission for about a month while we waited for new blades to arrive on the slow boat from China. The blade guards do a good job from lateral collisions, but offer no protection if you fly into a ceiling. Every blade that has broken on all 5 of the ones my friends and I have were from flying into the ceiling. If you order one of these, fly it outside or order some new blades at the same time.
By Derek Z
October 18, 2017
This thing is awesome, I have a hubsan x4 and they do fly a lot different. Once you get used to it, it feels very nice to just cruise around. My only complaint would be the yaw speed, it is very slow, but it is quicker in expert mode but still nothing compared to the x4. If they fixed the yaw speed to be a little faster in both modes I would give it a full 5 stars. I have heard you can hook this up to a Devo 7 and you can increase the yaw speed that way, I plan on trying that soon. Overall for the price it is a great drone, and l have and would recommend to others as long as you're aware of the yaw speed.
October 13, 2017
Hasn't broken yet and I have had it for a few weeks. Very fun little toy, quite challenging to master. It flies flat and true -- controls are super-sensitive, but that's what makes it fun to master. The battery connection is a weak spot which I am sure will be the part to break. You also just kind of stuff the battery and cord into a hole in the back which is kind of lame. The rest has proven to be far more durable than expected, and as we fly it inside the house the bumper guard is key. My very talented son figured out how to make it do a full 360 degree flip, which is pretty cool. The battery only lasts for five minutes though. Might want to get a couple spares. But we have found five minutes is just about right and a brief family diversion that leaves us wanting to try again in an hour or so when it's charged up again. Turns out it's got a camera for stills and video which I guess would write to a micro SD card. Haven't tried it. Seems more like a gimmick and extra weight to me. Perhaps the most delightful part is reading the manual, whose translation from Chinese, I assume, is truly priceless. Seriously, these dudes put their energy into the right place -- I am sure my attempt to translate English to Chinese would be equally amusing.
May 5, 2017
great item, only four stars because at the end of the charge it will blink and fall to the ground all at the same time without giving hardly any chance to land it before it shuts off, hopefully it's not too far away at that point. after getting used to it, it will become easier to tell when the battery gets closer to the end of its discharge cycle. Before I purchased this item, I read a review that stated this syma x11 hornet puts the hubsan h107L to shame, and it really does, as I also own one. it is my new favorite of my medium sized blind flyers I have. the props are geared down and not direct drive like the hubsan is, it is extremely responsive. the throttle takes some getting used to at first, it is sensitive and requires next to nothing to get it into the air. Battery life is definitely adequate, not positive, but seemed to last about 8 minutes on a charge with 260 mah batteries installed. (comes with one 200 mah battery) and even the 200 lasted for a good stretch. controller has a great feel and size, inside the controller, it was very easy to do an antenna modification with a soldering iron, and now it has a range far beyond what it had. the only real regret that I have is that I didn't buy this Syma x11 hornet from the start! recently, I soldered a really bright blue LED to the vcc and ground for the camera version, and since it has no camera and there is only a plastic cap in the front of the aircraft, I stuffed the LED behind the cap and in front of the battery tray. it's very bright, shines through the dark plastic no problem. and I've crashed this little thing so many times that I've bought three and replaced the body one the most recent one twice already, prop guard has been dragging it down too much so the aircraft is more vulnerable. but since I had already replaced the body twice on it, this time I just took my soldering iron, a piece of plastic, and melted the plastic over the cracks in the body like melted cheese. absolutely stinks and probably isn't the best thing for your health, but it saved the 3rd x11's shell, and I forgot to mention, the most recent time I replaced the shell, I wanted to switch it up a little more, so I got a shell for an x11c (camera version) and it was a direct fit, it's the same thing minus the graphics on the top. worked out well, it flies no differently than it ever did before.
By Robert Blundin
April 26, 2017
Again... SYMA! Their products are some of the best. This little buzzer is a good little toy... and a good transition trainer to quads. I've been flying helicopters... I've tried several different makers and have pretty much settled on SYMA for helicopters. But I wanted to move to quad copters... so I bought a SYMA X8C Quad Copter. I have reviewed that product here on Amazon and wasn't so happy with it. It sustained damage too easily, I thought. I've crashed the helicopters numerous times and they've proven resilient. But the X8C broke after only five or six flights. But maybe now I think I should have started flying quads with something smaller and simpler... like the X11... then moved up. The X11 came with a blade guard not shown in the illustration. The blade guard is a major plus. You will need fewer replacement blades. one negative-- The connector set... male/female, battery to copter... is delicate and tiny. I can see how easily it would be to damage the wiring and solder joints when connecting/disconnecting, as you must do each and every time you recharge the battery. You must remove the battery to charge it. Forgo the temptation to leave the battery in the body of the copter while recharging. This is not a smart move when charging LiPo's. They are subject to overheating and catching fire or exploding if they are not charged properly. Read and inform yourself about Lithium-polymer batteries and heed all warnings. When charging take the battery out each time and place the battery on a non-flammable surface... I use an old dinner plate.... just be very careful to avoid pulling the wires from the solder joints or the connector. Positive-- The X11 is an exceptional flier. It's fast and responsive and can fly outdoors in light wind. So far I have not exceeded the range on the controller. That will probably happen, but the range seems to be more than enough for my purposes. I have been focusing on training myself to control a quad. It's a different animal than a helicopter. So I don't know much about the aerobatics yet. I'll update as I learn more. Bottom line so far-- I recommend the SYMA X11 R/C Quadcopter. UPDATE-- Two more flights... indoors and outdoors...no issues. Fights the wind and wins. Liking this thing!
April 21, 2017
I really enjoy these toy-class quadcopters and hexacopters. I've had a few, and this one is particularly special to me. The short version of my assessment would be to buy at *least* one of these, if not two. They are cheap and great fun. The prop guard is one of the best designed that I've seen. You can bump this thing off the wall, off the ceiling, and it keeps flying with no harm to the quadcopter or to the room itself. I do like to take the prop guard off when I'm going to fly outdoors. It does fly a little better without the burden. The props themselves are gear driven, which allowed Syma to install bigger props and smaller motors. Those big props can spin more slowly than smaller props, so this quadcopter is not quite as noisy as others in its class. I ended up buying a bunch of spare props but I never needed them. The original props still look great, partly because they are high quality, and partly because the prop guard does its job. As quadcopters go, this one is really easy to fly. This is the one that I teach friends and family how to fly on. It's so forgiving. But even once you know what you're doing, you can get it outside into expert mode and really have some fun with it. The range isn't awesome, but it'll get so small in the distance that you'll lose orientation anyway before the range will drop off. My nits? The yaw rate is a bit slow. I'd like to see a faster yaw rate, at least in the expert mode. There is no real battery warning to speak of. You get a quick flash and then it just drops from the sky. I'd like to have a ~30 second warning on the batteries so I can land the aircraft responsibly. The airframe was made to carry a camera, which this model doesn't have. I'd love to have seen this model simply carry a larger battery for longer flight times instead of having an empty camera bay.
April 16, 2017
Before you try to fly for the first time or if hard to fly try this: Reset the controller - Press and hold the left button on the left D pad - While holding press power on the controller - If you hear 3 beeps it has reset and you should be able to fly Still not working or want it to fly better? - Plug the battery into the quadcopter then place on flat level surface before doing above steps - Do the level calibration (page 3) - Trim buttons fine tune it during flight (D pad buttons) Page 3 of the manual shows how to rest it as well but due to the creative translation to english it is not as clear as it should be. The quadcopter spent months in my closet since I was never able to fly more than a few seconds because of what I thought was a bad motor. Turns out I just had to hold a button before turning on the controller. Review: For under $30 its an inexpensive way to try out flying a drone and it works well for indoor/outdoor flying once set up properly. I think the size is perfect: small enough for a decent size room indoors yet large and powerful enough to take outside. There are hundreds of reviews for it all over that cover the x11 in extreme detail, it seems to be considered one of the best options if you are just starting or want to try flying without spending a ton of money. Tip: Spare batteries can be found easily on for just a few dollars, flight time is short but typical for this size (about 6 min) and takes a while to charge (30-60 min). I recommend picking up a few extra batteries especially if you are going outside. I paid around $7 for 2 batteries that have a little longer flight time and it was well worth it.
April 6, 2017
This is an excellent beginner's quad and the beginning of a long lasting addiction..cough.. hobby. It's stable and easy to fly and the prop guard really helps as you crash and bump into things and crash and crash and crash..its VERY durable! I flew indoors to work on precision flying and basics so I wouldn't crash it into a tree and loose my quad in a few days. Then i took the prop guard off and went outside and turned up the rates. My training paid off and then I found it's limitations. While this copter is stable it does not like to be tossed about when you fly at full pitch. (look up the technique called pitch flying). It doesn't like to change direction aggressively and will tumble if you upset it too much. It flutters like a leaf as doesn't gain enough stability to recover as it flutters to the ground. I think I have a weak motor and I'll just have to fly to continue to evaluate. Another con is that grit can get into the geared motors. Watch out for that. Regular maintenance with a dry tooth brush is very important to maintain peak flying efficiency. It easy to disassemble just make sure you use a magnet to keep track of the screws and do not over tighten!! However it was quite the handful when I got it being a total n00b. I was so glad to get this one because of it's stability. Think of this quad as your first car in highschool. You learn to appreciate the sports car when you start small and slow.
By Keegan B. Connell
March 28, 2017
This is a fantastic little flier for the price. The prop guard does a great job of protecting the blades and the motors too. My Syma X1s always had a problem with sucking up hair or strings and choking the motor out, but not this one. I've owned an F550 hex, F450 quad, multiple X1s, two Hubsan X4s (didn't hold up nearly as well as this X11, and I didn't like the TX) and now two of these. In the month or so that I've had them, I've racked up more flying time with this than any other craft. The only reason I hold off on the 5th star? The yaw rate is rather slow in comparison to the rates of pitch and roll, also, they lose a lot of lift on the tail end of the battery. Still, fun as hell to fly and cheap enough there's no need to repair if you do find a way to break it, just buy another, or just buy two off the bat so your friends can join in the fun!