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By Wolf I. Butler
January 23, 2018
Fun to fly indoors or on a VERY calm day in your back yard. Some things to be aware of, though: These aren't really great for "new" fliers. They are very small and fast, and the controller is very tiny and toy like. If you are new- you are better off getting one of the larger inexpensive quads. Syma makes really good ones around $50. You will find flying the CX-10 to be a lot more fun after you gain more experience with larger ones. (That's been my experience, anyway.) This doesn't come with a blade guard, and you probably don't want one. The ones that are available add way too much bulk and make it much more difficult to fly. These are tiny- they won't do much, if any, damage when the run into something (including you), and replacement props are cheap. You shouldn't fly in an area with anything fragile anyway. They are a blast to fly around an office, rec. room, garage, etc. They will fly outdoors, but with nothing more than the slightest breeze or it will quickly blow out of range. Make sure to switch it on while it is on a level surface, or follow the instructions to calibrate the gyros every time before you launch it. You shouldn't need to mess with trim at all.
By Tim D.
January 20, 2018
If I had reviewed this item the first day I received it I would have given it 1 star. I almost sent it back but instead took some time to mess with it and figure out the controls and it turned out to be a very fun little toy, with a few shortcomings that I think are appropriate for the price points. Here's what I like and don't like about it... DON'T LIKE - The instructions are terrible. Poorly translated English and some of the diagrams are incorrect. For example, on one diagram it shows the controller and has left and right stick labeled and the same diagram is below it has the labels reversed. - Really, these instructions suck. Example. for 2 beeps it calls that a "Daily Double" for three beeps it calls it "Daily Double Double"??? It amazes me they can't get someone to translate these better but my guess is they simply don't care to. - Does not hover well. If you get this locked in jussst right it will hover for a bit. However any movement will send it diving to the ground, learning to work the throttle to keep it going is tricky. LIKE - It's fun. Plain and simple once you learn it it's a fun little quad. - On pro setting it's pretty responsive. Surprisingly responsive, I can zip this little thing out and back and it snaps with the quickness. - Flips and s***, bro. It does flips, which are pretty sweet. - My dog hates it. Now that I've learned how to fly it I can really annoy her with it. She barks and snaps at it, she's Godzilla swiped it out of the air a couple times. It's part of our daily routine now. SOME TIPS - If this is your very first nano you'll need to get orientation down. With the little helicopters and stuff it's easy to tell front and back. Since all 4 sides of this are the same you have to get used to looking at the lights. I find it easiest to control when I have the 2 red (rear) lights facing me directly so I know front and back dead on. - Start off on novice setting. It will zip and zing on pro but you'll smash it up if you try that to start with. It's pretty durable just learn it's limitations. Even on the pro setting it's got a bit of drift so don't cut your movements too close. - Use this to torture your pets. I highly recommend this. Should work with both cats and dogs. Warning though, the little blades can sting if you hit them so be careful.
January 18, 2018
Nimble and easy to control with a little practice, even for a novice. Turn control sensitivity to 3 (max) and fly outside for a maximum enjoyment and product longevity, whilst flying inside your home invites your quad's quick death from just a few violent impacts. The gyro doesn't get confused easily unless you crash and cartwheel, or if you fly up a bit then cut the throttle for a stall fall + recovery near the ground. For a cheapie, it's been an absolute blast to learn on. Radio range isn't great by default, but you can mod the transmitter to provide much greater radio range: open it up, strip the radio wire a fingers' width, then twist it around a screw that goes through a washer and through a drilled hole in the top of the controller. Add another washer on the other side then screw on a telescopic antenna from any old RC controller you no longer use, or even get creative and bend a new antenna from a lightweight piece of conductive wire (coat hanger, for example). When done, my control range went from 10m/30ft to around 50m/150ft - and beyond that possibly, though I've only flown straight up when challenging that range as the LEDs become difficult to see and I don't want to lose this thing! Flight time is quite reasonable at 5 min or so, but with prop guards removed there's perhaps another 30 seconds to be gleaned. I went further and removed the four screws from under the chassis, relying on the clips round the motors and two small dots of SupaGlue to hold everything together. Less weight = more flight time. I've owned this for a week. My first flying RC toy was a 2-ch heli from 2009 in the pre-gyro era. My second flying RC toy was an indoors 2-ch plane from the same era. This quadcopter is the first modern flying toy I've owned. I've run probably 20 discharge cycles through the little 100mAh battery and in that time have learned a LOT about 3D flying. On the first flight I found the most sensitive setting to be best for control, then by the end of the 5th flight I had fairly good control. By the 10th flight I could make it arc and tumble then swiftly recover from any direction, with predictable handling and performance. I remain stupefied at the immense value of such a cheap toy, it's just incredible. This thing's light and thus doesn't crash too badly (unless you're flying indoors or on concrete or bitumen, which I wouldn't recommend!). Bottom line, buy one if you've never had the pleasure of 3D RC flight before. The dollar:fun ratio is unbeatable.
By Al hedges
January 17, 2018
Usually this would be a one star review but I gave it four because the break was mostly my fault, the controls are difficult to get used to and I must've crashed my drone a hundred times in the course of a day. Once I got the hang of it I was zipping around the house with ease. The battery probably lasts closer to 10 min than 5 which is plent of time considering it's back to fully charged after only 15-20 min of being plugged in. Even after this broke they still accepted a return. Definitely would recommend for yourself or a gift. If your giving it to a child however you might want to buy o e of those kits that provides extra propellers and propeller guards.
January 10, 2018
I decided to get this from China for around $16 and what a bargain that was! It's very smooth at flying and very accurate controls. Of course after having fun with it, I decided to do some modding to make it even better... to be honest, it wasn't very worth modding it at least right away. I noticed right away that the USB cord is charging the battery at 0.5 amps/hour which is too much for the little 100mah battery to handle. I recommend if you do mod it, to charge the battery around 100-200mah. Charging at 200mah will take about 20 minutes of charging. I knew that it wasn't going to last me, so I started opening things up, moving things around and got to where I wanted. I got my controller to have it's antenna sticking out for longer range... in the process my switch completely fell apart. It took me about 20 minutes to figure out how to put it together when I realize it's easier just to solder the connection points together and take out the batteries when I'm done. Still, having the longer range is nice. The second mod was attaching a JST cable to the battery points, so I can monitor and charge the battery through my programmable charger. What I've noticed, besides that the original charging cable charges at 0.5amps per hour, is that the battery drops at 3.6v when it starts flashing the blue lights as a sign of low voltage which is pretty nice. My neighbor's toy quadcopter drops to 3.1v before it'll start notifying you which is awful. Another thing is that ANY additional weight to this quadcopter will noticeably decrease it's performance. I mean by cables, extra solder, etc. I was originally thinking of adding a 150mah battery from E-flite as I trust their batteries with having a long life span. But... I would probably burn out the motors and/or lose a lot of performance in the quadcopter... so I'm stuck with the 100mah cheap lipos anyways. It wasn't as hard as putting the quadcopter apart and back together as the controller because the switch fell apart, but it was challenging trying to sandwich it all together with the soldered cable, so I ziptied it shut. I figured the lack of screws will make up for the weight of the zip ties. I used my soldering gun to melt the plastic, so that the cable can stick out... don't really recommend as the fumes are toxic and it's very hard to clean the soldering gun... luckily I was outside, held my breath and rubbed it to death in my brass soldering cleaner. Anyways... seeing how the 100mah battery will probably be cut short after typically three months or so, I guess it doesn't matter how well I treat the lipo in terms of keeping it around 3.7-3.8 for storage or making sure it doesn't go below 3.0v... so that wire mod is probably not going to serve me well, so if you're thinking about it, just don't. It might make it last a little longer as if you charge it at a slower rate, it'll keep it's capacity longer. The only part of this quadcopter is worth modding is the antenna(s) for longer range. Just be careful about the switch as it'll fall out easily. If it does, just solder the duel two connections together on the left side while the board is facing down. Solder the two HORIZONTAL connections. Just tinker it around a bit, you'll get it. Anyways, it's very fun. It only last me about 3:30 minutes to fly and takes about 20 minutes to charge through my JST cable. Normally it takes like 5 minutes to charge, but I rather not to prevent having to replace the battery. I still haven't flown it in advance mode which is probably going to be very hard flying for it's size and punch. It wasn't that hard to fly in gyro mode in the beginning as I have practice with a S250 size quadcopter with a KK2.1 board on... board. haha The funny thing is with this quadcopter and if the props bent, just bend them back. No need to worry about vibrations, or the prop breaking in mid-air and the quad smashing into property or someone cause it's so TINY. :D Oh, one last thing. Usually after a crash, you may need to reset it's gyros by turning off and on the quadcopter. Be sure not to fly it around animals or people at a close range. It's not going to break skin, but you may poke out an eye or make someone rather unhappy.
December 22, 2017
Fun copter, easy to learn-to-fly. Tricks are fun too! Unfortunately, after a few weeks of use, the internal lithium battery starts to fail. If you're handy with a soldering iron, you can buy replacement batteries and they are easy enough to change. After a few months, I broke a wire to a motor, so finally retired it and bought more! I strongly recommend one of the protective guards for it. The added benefit of the guards is that when it hits the ground, many times it flips back over to a flight-ready position!
By Jordan Ziegler
December 21, 2017
This micro quad copter, and let me emphasize MICRO (This thing is extremely small), is one of the best little quads you could possibly buy. Came within about two weeks after ordering and was extremely excited upon its arrival. The first flight went well, not the most stable quad but what can you expect from something so small. The recharge time is wonderful, under 15 minutes which is great for rapid flights. On about the tenth flight though I was flew straight into a wall and sadly broke a prop. Luckily, with this they ship you and extra 4 props in the box. So far no complaints except after about 2 days of ordering the company shipping it called me and told me that the orange color was out of stock and that they wanted to ship me the green variant. This was fine for me just would have rather had orange, this is why they get 4/5 stars.
By Susanne K.
December 16, 2017
This is a fun little drone. It was for our 8 yr old's birthday. The on/off switch on the first one we ordered broke the first day. It's a tiny switch and is right below the outlet for the USB charging cord. We think it snapped off when the cord was taken off or put on. We were easily refunded our money and returned the drone. We are being really careful with this new one. We also ordered a protector guard and a bunch of extra propellers. He's having fun flying it inside and out. It does fun flips too.
By Jonathan Chen
December 15, 2017
Saw this online as one of the world's smallest RC Drones, so I figured why not? After purchasing the drone, I set it up quite easily and was ready to go. The instruction manual was quite easy to follow along, and it came with all the necessary materials. However, actually flying the drone takes a lot more skill than you would expect, so after only 1-2 weeks of using it, I ended up flying it into a tree and getting it stuck. The company obviously doesn't have warranties for lost drones, so just make sure that you are flying it in a place where you won't get it stuck. None the less, it's a lot of fun, and as long as you are careful, it is definitely worth the price! (I got mine for $15)
December 6, 2017
For $20 this is a very well-made toy. It does not have the stability control that a large drone does but that is half the fun. It is fairly rugged and seems to have a good battery life. The included charger works fine with any USB port. The range on the unit is fairly Limited. Outdoors it will quickly outstrip the transmitters capability. The only fragile part of this toy is the rotors. They are easily replaceable and the unit for $20 comes with three extra propellers. I recommend spending the extra three or four dollars and buying the propeller pack. We ran out of extra propellers after approximately one week. This was mainly driven by the fact our dog hates and wants to eat this toy.
November 25, 2017
I got this for my daughter (so she would leave my drone alone) and she loves it. The battery charges extremely quick - approximately 25 minutes - and lasts about 10+ minutes flying. No problems out of the box, it took right off. I didn't like that there was no blade guard and the blades are fairly flimsy. It comes with 4 spares and after a day and a half she has gone through all of them. I ended up ordering a kit with a prop protector and 16 spare props. Overall, I would say it is good for learning or younger children.
November 24, 2017
It is small. It is smaller than any other quad copter i fly. Use the USB charger cable ONLY that is provided. Throttle is on left. It is a good TOY. :-) Pros: - More controllable movement during fly - Good for indoor fly - fly time near about 6-7 mins - Battery not bad comparing the tiny size - Good material / good build quality. Did not brake after flying and hitting it several times. - Charge time is not bad as well. Takes 20 mins to get near about 5-6 mins flight. Cons - NOT made for outdoor fly, slight wind makes it difficult to control - Does not stay still in the flight in one place. Lastly, service is quite good even thought it took near about 18 days to receive it.
By Leif Johansson
November 10, 2017
Most fun I've had for under $20. It takes a little while to get the hang of controlling this little phenomenon but now I'm flying at the highest sensitivity and it's a blast, super responsive, and still very challenging since I really only control it from behind it, I haven't even begun using the directional control (rotation) much. I chase my kids around the house and it has taken literally dozens of crashes and it's still buzzing. The battery only takes about 5 minutes to recharge (after a five minute cool down). I did have to take apart to re-solder a motor wire since there is a fairly sharp circle at the bottom of the motor cage where the wire was run, probably due to my many crashes so I'm not faulting the manuf. I'm already planning on giving to all my kids for Christmas and I've ordered another for myself since I'm slowly destroying this one with my crazy flying.
By Austin Robichaux
October 28, 2017
Very good for its meager price of 15 dollars. Boosts a good 20 minutes of time before needing a charge by USB cable, making it very easy to charge again and again. Controls very well, but has a relativity small controller for larger hands. For my smaller hands its fine, but it may bother a larger person. And its incredibly small, being no more than about a 1.75 inches by 1.75 inches. Also comes with 4 extra propellers, because they can pop off the drone with a hard landing. All in all very good for the price.
By Sandro Rojas
October 22, 2017
This is my very first drone, learning how to fly it was difficult at first but after a few hours I had the hang of it. Very easy to learn with. The only reason I'm giving it a 4 star is because after crash landing multiple times the the plastic covering broke and the motor fell out of the case exposing the 2 wires inside. One of those wires ripped and this caused it not to work anymore only leaving 3 operational rotors. It only lasted 1 day but i would buy this product again just next time I ought to be more careful and I know that now.
By E. Krenz
October 12, 2017
The 2 reasons are that I didn't give it 5 stars is that... The 2 reasons that I didn't give this 5 stars is that... - I bumped it into the wall twice, and the propellers broke instantly. I reaplaced them, and it went crazy. I couldn't get it off of the ground! We ordered another one (yes it was that good), and my dad went on the website. He put the blades in the right spot, and it worked! I'm exited to have two of them to fly at the same time! - This happened because the trim was totally off! The second I started driving it, it went backwards and broke it's propellers. It wasn't my fault! I wasn't even steering it yet!
October 6, 2017
Just got this and am learning to fly it. It took a few minutes at first, but it gets a lot easier. Its flight time per charge is as advertised, which is not terribly long, but plenty long enough to be a lot of fun. The biggest problem I've had is reading the instructions. If they weren't so frustrating to try to read, they'd be incredibly funny. English is definitely not their first, second, or third language! Looks like it would be fairly simple to find an English speaker or an editor! But once you finally make some sort of sense out of the instructions and look at the pics to learn how to get the little thing to "boot up" and start, it's a lot of fun! (But, good grief, get someone to rewrite the instructions!)
June 14, 2017
I bought the drone a few days ago and it was broken when it arrived. After sending it back to tomtop to get one that wasn't broken I get an email from the company. It was an apology for the broken drone and I got some store credit from them (score). I know it was probably a automated email but its nice to know the company cares. Overall the drone is fun to fly and can move pretty fast when it gets going. It handles almost as good as my big drones but has a really short battery life ~5 min because of its small size. Great drone 4/5 because it came broken the first time.
By Valued Customer 2017
May 13, 2017
Took some time to master hovering in the same place, using throttle and pitch. Perhaps, not soon enough before I crash landed it many times into hard concrete. Cracked the body and damaged 2 propellers. (Whoops.) Better indoors with large open areas and carpet, so as not to damage the copter when crash landing (which is necessary when the copter gets away from you), or outdoors in a grassy field. Also, keep checking the blades for hair or being bent from previous crashes, so you can fly without issue. I think it's well worth the price. Flys for around 5min. Charges easily in 20 min or so. Lotta fun.
September 3, 2015
I have a Phantom 2 purchased from Amazon and love it but... This Quad Smokes! It is a Challenge to Fly but its doable. I can't believe they can sell them so cheap. I have several that will be given for Christmas. It will fly for 5 to 8 minutes on one charge. Charging by USB takes about 15 minutes. It also comes with extra props (marked A & B) 2 each. I'd suggest any one wanting a Phantom to buy a couple and learn to fly. (Yes, the Phantom 2 is Easier to fly but this will give you a feel for the controls on something more expensive.)