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To set the mode use the left stick used for throttle center it and press down 1 beep beginner 2 beep moderate 3 beep expert.
By Donald J. Kovacs Jr. on July 5, 2017
I plugged mine up to my Xbox to charge it, I think it should be fine plugged up to any USB port
By Daniel Vaughn on October 2, 2017
If they all stop it could be a dead battery. If just one it could be jammed. They can be replaced.
By Jack on May 14, 2018
I would rinse it right away so theres no coffee residue....and then let it dry. Mine flew into the aquarium and i just let it air dry and it works just fine.
By hinajm on April 17, 2018
All info is online.
By Stephen Y. Bartlett on April 14, 2018
It came with all four blades on both of ours! But we had a defective one, they sent us a new one, didn't work so they gave us a refund. Very amazing customer service. My husband even wants to buy again but you have to be super careful with them!
By Aubrey on April 5, 2018
I would say around 20-25ft before you will start to encounter connection problems.
By s on April 7, 2018
It only takes a few minutes to charge & is not designed to swap batteries. They're so cheap just get two for perpetual fun.
By J. Ashley Cooper on April 2, 2018
The following takes longer to describe than to do, and is for mode 2 (most common control set up for drones) Pairing and calibration only take 30 seconds if that. Your Drone and controller may not be paired properly. After fully charged (red light on usb cable is lit while charging, light on USB turns off indicating … see more The following takes longer to describe than to do, and is for mode 2 (most common control set up for drones) Pairing and calibration only take 30 seconds if that. Your Drone and controller may not be paired properly. After fully charged (red light on usb cable is lit while charging, light on USB turns off indicating charged.. usually 20-30 mins at most). First turn on drone, place on flat surface best to have fwd direction (blue lights) facing north/away from you and lights on drone are blinking. Then be sure the throttle stick (left) on controller is all the way down, turn on controller (it will beep twice), then move left stick all the way up (another beep) then all the way back down (another beep) .. Lights on drone go solid indicating it is paired with controller. If drone stops responding during flight.. could be interference (but is usually only monentary), could be beyond control distance about 100ft, could be batteries in controller need to be replaced. You can calibrate controller also if drone drifts and cannot be fixed by using the trim buttons. After pairing, while drone is still on flat surface press the throttle (left) stick in (press on it like a button, one beep is low, two beeps is medium, 3 beeps is advanced/fast.. put in fast mode, 3 beeps. Then put the left stick to the lower left position and the right stick to the upper left position. The drone lights will blink and then go back to solid, calibration complete. see less
By MichaelT808 on March 28, 2018
Excahnge it for another one.
By JB on March 27, 2018
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October 5, 2015
By Edward Son
January 19, 2018
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.
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By Brady Madison Parks
November 23, 2017
I got one of these about a year ago and I was only able to fly it for about a week. It was my fault because I flew it too high and it crashed to the ground because of all the wind. I contacted the sellers to let them know and they replied pretty quickly! I may order another soon! It flew really well and it is a great beginners quad copter.
November 18, 2017
These little quadcopters are great for being less than $20. Surprisingly durable (unless you are smashing into walls all of the time). However, it is very difficult to replace the propellers, and you can easily bend the motor shaft if you aren't careful. I recommend buying the guard.
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By Jason T. Coleman
November 14, 2017
July 20, 2017
I was pretty exited when I got it. I came in knowing that i was not the best drone flyer. I got it a used it for thirty minutes and then my sister wanted to try so like the good brother I am I let her. That was a mistake. She didn't use it right and she flew it into a wall. all of the wings were broken. I used the spares and I still use it. Its a lot of fun if you know how to use it but my main problem is the durability. I think it is worth buying
By C. Rose
March 22, 2017
Cheap, nimble, but not very stable. Decent value, but the unit will not hover in place well. A bit more challenging to control with precision to some other similar mini quads like Syma. But quite peppy. With no blade guards and thin blades, the props can easily be snapped. Buy extras and possibly a blade guard. They are amazingly affordable. Given the price, you will not be disappointed. Guaranteed fun.
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