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By Christophor on July 16, 2018
My niece is 6 years old and after a couple months is now starting to get the hang of it. I am 30 and it took me a couple days to get the hang of it. It is a lot of fun and for around 20 bucks I had no problem seeing it beat up a little. My niece broke the first one many times, but with some super glue she was able to c… see more My niece is 6 years old and after a couple months is now starting to get the hang of it. I am 30 and it took me a couple days to get the hang of it. It is a lot of fun and for around 20 bucks I had no problem seeing it beat up a little. My niece broke the first one many times, but with some super glue she was able to continue flying it. I made her a deal that if she learned to fly the bashed up drone, I would buy her a brand new one. That seemed to really motivate her and after a couple weeks she was taking off and landing without smacking the ceiling. In all I would definitely recommend. It is fun for both children and adults. see less
By Honest Buyer on July 4, 2018
It has a blue head light and a red tail light. Not very bright, but you can see it in a pitch dark night
By Yuval Yelin on July 4, 2018
Hello, it connects the standard adaptor or you can connect the usb cable to PC USB port. You can also contact us with a picture of your USB charger and adapter by email@example.com. We will help you solve this problem.
By Mungo on June 28, 2018
Headless mode ensures that the quadcopter will always follow controls from your perspective all the time, regardless of which way the quad is facing.
By Yuki Kuroe on June 4, 2018
By Kristina on May 29, 2018
No it can't carry anuything It flys great any added weight will burn out your motors
By Mr.E on April 18, 2018
..brings the 'copter back in your general direction at the press of one button. It's best to push this button again when the machine is close to you and take over control for landing. Good feature when aircraft heading is difficult to determine.
By Dave on April 19, 2018
There is no camera with the drone
By Orv Hoger on March 10, 2018
My 4 year old handles it ok My 9 year old is good with it It's really fun for indoors and I'm 33… see more My 4 year old handles it ok My 9 year old is good with it It's really fun for indoors and I'm 33 Pick up some extra batteries see less
By Mr.E on February 9, 2018
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January 24, 2018
This is a fun little drone. It charges fairly quickly - less than 30 minutes. Although it is lightweight, it can take a lot of abuse. I have flown it repeatedly into walls and it has dropped from 15 feet in the air onto a tile floor without an issue. It has headless mode and 3D roll for added fun. I get flight times of about 5-7 minutes on each battery charge. The battery is removable, so you can also purchase extra batteries.
By K. Gardner
January 17, 2018
Looks and feels cheap, but so far it flies well and my son is having fun with it, which is the point. The one problem we have is that the USB cable doesn't seem to fit into the PC well (we have tried 3 different computers)...the design is slightly too large and I am afraid we are going to break it every time we plug it in to charge....otherwise 5 stars.
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This little quad copter drone is surprisingly addictive, almost like playing one of those mobile app games but instead of staring at a screen you're staring at this drone hovering in the air and using analog stick to try and get it to go where you want and do tricks like flips and twirls. This is my first experience with any kind of drone and I found it very easy to just pick up and fly. The controls are very touchy and require very small movements which takes some practice. Both my wife and I accidentally crashed it into stuff like the ceiling, the couch, the coffee table, and more and it hasn't broke yet. The battery pack fell out once and the plastic aesthetic shell popped off once but both were easy to put back in place. The battery is charged with an included USB cord and you get about five minutes of flight time on a full charge. To plug the battery pack into the USB cord you have to first unplug the battery pack from the drone and then plug that part into the cord, which you then plug into any USB charger, so it's not quite as convenient as simply plugging in a micro-USB cord. Also, this little power cable feels like it may break after after continuously plugging and unplugging it from the control board and USB power cable so I'm trying to be very delicate with it. The controller takes two AA batteries and has two main control sticks, one for ascending and descending and one for navigating back and forth and side to side. Then there are a bunch of other buttons but what they do is not obvious, you need have the manual handy until you have them all memorized. The manual will also tell you how to do the different flip tricks and how to install the replacement propeller blades that are included. None of mine have broken or popped off yet but I'm glad they included some spares for when that does happen. This is fun to fly around the house, even when accidentally crashing it into things. I think it'd be fun to fly outdoors as well but I'd go to a park or other open area so that it doesn't land on the other side of a neighbor's fence. If it lands right side up then you could just fly it back over the fence, assuming there's still enough battery power left, but if it gets stuck in a bush then you'll have to pull it our or if it gets flipped upside down then you'll need to pick it up and flip it over, so having it either contained or in a wide open area would be a big help. It's hard to express how fun this is to play with but I wish the battery life was longer and the controller was more intuitive for all the other buttons, and I wish the power cable could have been designed so that it didn't have to be constantly plugged into and and unplugged from the control board.
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This little guy is FUN and it can take a beating. Fast inside and fast enough outside on calm days. The headless mode works great. Gotta watch for hair/thread wrapped on the prop spindles; hard to see but it'll mess up your flying. The controller is as small as the 'copter ; hard for adult size hands. That's why 4 not 5 stars.
By paul smith
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October 31, 2017
These really are fun little drones. They do work and you can get them to hover with a little practice. The trick is orienting the front of the drone in the direction you're facing while you control the drone. Only then is it easy to control movement of the drone, hold a hover, do a flip, etc. Second, if you have a pet or if hair gets wrapped in the propellors, remember this: When you take off the propellor to clear the hair, always replace it on the same spindle! Don't take off all 4 propellors, clear the hair, and then put them back on willy nilly. The drone will not work right if you put the wrong propeller on the wrong spindle. Unless you know how the spindles work, just clean & replace one propellor at a time. If your drone stops flying, and you did mess with the propellors by switching them around. Look at the picture of the drone on Amazon and identify the blade angle with the front of the drone. Put the propellors back with the proper blade on the proper spindle by identifying the blade angles. Putting the wrong blade on the wrong spindle means your drone won't fly! No need to reset or calibrate the drone. Your propellors are on the wrong spindles!
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