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July 31, 2017
Great fun.. hadn't realised how much one would have to learn to pilot this little drone.. especially when taking into account wind direction and speed. At the price I'm not sure I can think of anything more fun and absorbing to involve myself in.. regards gadgets. Love it! Loved the challenge. 4 AAA batteries are required to power the handset remote. The drone is powered by a rechargeable battery and there's a lead to recharge via a computer or mains USB socket. A full charge gives you about five minutes flight.. and that's just how it is. Unfortunately battery life/flight time doesn't get better until you spend large amounts of money. I researched the rules for flying these drones. Essentially, one needs plenty of space away from buildings and people... and they fly REALLY high but to be honest if you do that the wind will likely take it and you'll lose it. Follow the rules about reinstalling blades carefully.. as blades do break from collisions; there are two types of blade and the unit will not fly unless they are installed in clockwise/anti clockwise balanced positions. For many years I've been disappointed with 'gadget gifts' but this one hit the spot!
By Adam Bowker
June 5, 2017
Overall, this thing gets a pretty good rating from me. I'll break it up into categories, with my overall thoughts at the bottom: Durability: 6.5/10 The quad is pretty durable, but a few things could use improvement. The arms have a cool feature where they sort of "break apart" in the event of a crash, but can be popped back together again (to avoid permanent damage). The only problem is that they "break apart" way too often; the mechanism is quite loose. Also, the propellors are very cheap and will break very easily as well as pop off the motor shafts during the smallest of crashes. However, it's not a huge deal when they come off (if you're lucky enough to find them after they fly off!) since you can simply slip them back on. Sadly, the prop guard is just as cheap as the props. I dropped the quad from maybe 4 feet high, it hit a bush, and landed on the sidewalk. Not a bad crash at all, considering it only fell about a foot onto the sidewalk after coming out of the bush. But the prop guard had snapped apart! Lastly, the motors aren't quite up to the task; I dropped from maybe 10 feet onto a flat surface, landed sitting face-up, and one of the motors stopped working (that might have been my fault though). Luckily Amazon replaced my quadcopter with a new one, no questions asked. Other than all of that, the thing feels like it has a decent build quality, and I'm not at all worried about the main canopy breaking. Camera: 7/10 It's certainly not the best camera. Reminds me of an older cell phone camera. But when I bought it, I knew the quality wasn't going to be great, so I can't be too disappointed. The only real problem is focusing the camera; there's no auto-focus and no live feed out so it's almost impossible to get it focused correctly. I'll update the review in a while when I can get outside and get some footage! Battery: 6/10 This is the last category before I talk about actually flying the quadcopter. The battery isn't too bad; it's got your average R/C helicopter flight time of 6-7 minutes per charge. I'd definitely like to have more flight time, but I can always buy extra batteries for around $3 each. The main downside is charging time, which is north of 45 minutes, even with a high-output charger! Flight & Transmitter: 9/10 Flying this little guy is so much fun! Even a pilot like myself with a little bit of experience still has tons of fun, but some of my friends bought these as well and learned to fly very quickly. There are two modes: Normal & Expert; Normal mode has stick sensitivity of about mid-range, whereas Expert mode has extremely sensitive sticks. The latter allows you to flip and fly pretty dang fast. It's definitely a challenge, but lots of fun! While you're flying in either mode, the trickiest thing is orientation. When it's coming towards you, pushing the stick left will make the copter lean right, and vice versa. Sounds easy, right? Nope. But Hubsan included red and blue LEDs to assist with this. It's still kind of mind-boggling when it's coming at you, but the LEDs (and different-colored props) definitely help out. In most other quadcopters I've flown, the yaw control is a bit unstable. They all tend to lean in a certain direction when spinning, but not this one; it needs minimal correction. The transmitter isn't my favorite, but definitely beats that of the similarly-priced quadcopters such as the Estes Proto X. This transmitter is about the size of an Xbox controller and has sticks of a decent length. It can also be programmed to reverse channels or adjust stick sensitivity. Overall: 3.5/5 (rounded to 4/5) This is a nice, stable flyer suitable for beginners as well as experienced pilots. Everyone who has flown mine has had lots of fun, no matter the experience level. At just $49 (or $38 without a camera) I highly recommend this quadcopter over its competitors. Just be sure you buy lots of extra propellers, as I went through the included 2 sets within 1 day. Luckily, they're only about $7 for a 20-pack. If you have any more questions or want more information, feel free to ask!
By Fabricio Trentini
December 5, 2017
Really great drone for the price! It has a really easy set up and also its really easy to fly! All the necessary information is in the manual, and you can easily find videos on the internet to help you with any issues. The battery life is considerably small, but that's because of the size of the drone, I highly recommend buying some extra batteries to enjoy the drone even more. I also recommend buying the protection ring as I did and as I show in the pictures attached, THE PROTECTION RING IS NOT INCLUDED.
By Steven Reviews Products
October 31, 2017
Great Entry Level Quad Copter. Camera is equivalent to a webcam found in most laptops 720p @ 2mp. Great Quality, reliable and stable with auto balance. doesn't say at a fixed level but will stay balanced. (once calibrated properly) parts are easy to change out but do require some soldering. (2 wires for each component.) the camera has to be activate on the drone its self and must be stopped before disconnecting the battery. The Quad comes with: 8- props 4(a) & 4 (b) -Note they are directional. 1- prop guard (found under package) 1 - 380 mah Lipo Battery with Charger that charges at 0.36 amps. ( total charge time is about 1 hr / run time is anywhere from 5-10 minutes depending on use ) 1- Main QuadCopter 1- prop removal tool 1- Remote control (requires 4 AAA Batteries Not included) Some things to buy additionally. Spare Props, Storage case, Parts Pack, Microsd Card( 32 gb is plenty), extra batteries / charger.
By Fatma Alluwaimi
October 16, 2017
So I wanted a cheap compact drone to be my first and I got this one. It's a good practice drone, very sturdy and can take a beating and high falls. I was trying at a barely field and the wind blew it to the deep field and it was impossible to find. Two months later it was harvest time and I finally found the drone, it was in great condition, still works, footage still available. It survived rain, sun, animals, and a tractor running over it. This is a truley amazing first drone and for practice and fun travel where you are not looking for high quality footage but footage is really good considering it's size. I have a video of when I lost it and found it and another video by a lake on my instagram f_alluwaimi
By Waylon Jones Reviews
October 11, 2017
Après 30-40 min de recharge, on peut voler environ 7-8 minutes, c'est suffisant pour essayer quelques cascades. Avant de le faire voler, ne faites pas la même erreur que moi, retournez la boîte, vous trouverez le protège-hélices! ça vous évitera d'en casser une comme il m'est arrivé, heureusement qu'il y en a 4 de rechange! Après avoir feuilleté le manuel, on règle facilement le mode de conduite avec lequel on est le plus à l'aise et on se lance!La caméra permet de faire quelques vidéos pour le plaisir. Je conseille!
September 20, 2017
Un tout petit quadricoptère permettant de voler aussi bien à l’intérieur qu’à l’extérieur et d’une taille si réduite qu’il est très aisé de le transporter partout où l’on va, tout le monde en a rêvé et le voici ! //// Description du Hubsan X4 //// Le drone Hubsan X4 RTF (Ready to Fly) H107L (L pour Led) est livré avec sa radio commande, une batterie et son chargeur. La radio de ce modèle mini-drone X4 V2 H107L permet comme la première version du Hubsan X4, deux modes de vol, débutant ou expert. La petite taille de ce Drone Hubsan X4 H107, permet le vol en intérieur et en extérieur. Idéal pour des débutants ou des enfants. Tout l’intérêt de ce drone est une utilisation en intérieur car très léger il est parfait pour débuter dans le monde des drones et apprendre a piloter Ce nouveau drone est équipé de 4 leds, qui permettent un vol de nuit en toute sérénité. Deux couleurs de leds, pour différencier l’avant de l’arrière. Peuvent être désactivées pendant la journée pour économiser le temps de la batterie.
January 27, 2018
This review is to reflect the product. I am a first time Drone buyer and pretty disappointed on how easy this thing stops working. One little bump, and I mean little and the motor dies. Tricks on the internet are worthless, just buy a new motor. Which aren't expensive but irritating. The toy does a fine job at keeping me occupied, but its very touchy. And I am in beginner mode, I would guess the cheaper ones would be easier to maneuver. Company who sold was quick. packaging was good, shipment time was a little slow, but that is expected during holidays.
By Scott Brown
January 1, 2018
Got this little drone for Christmas. Took a bit of time to figure out what I needed to do to keep it in the air. But with a bit of practice, it has been fun to learn how to fly. I asked for this model to keep the cost down, as I didn't want to learn how to fly with a more expensive one that I was going to crash. Replacement parts are cheap and fixing issues is easy. Keep in mind that you actually have to fly this one. It does not have any of the automatic features that some of the more expensive ones do (no auto hover or auto leveling features). Camera video quality is in the middle. I have seen worse, and have seen much better. Overall I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn how to fly and doesn't want to spend hundreds of dollars to do so.
By Zhelanya M Kaste
December 10, 2017
I am giving this 5 stars not because it's the best quadricoptor around or because the video quality is absolutely outstanding, but because for the price it is a great deal. In my view, this is a perfect starter quad. I had no previous experience with these things, but was able to get the hang of it pretty quickly and while the video quality is far from perfect, that's not the reason I bought it. You buy this one to get comfortable flying them and then if you break it (which I have managed to avoid doing so far), you're only out ~$50 (or less if you buy the model without a camera).
By Doc B
October 20, 2017
This thing is really fun. I've been interested in getting a quadcopter for a while now, and finally decided to try one. I crashed it about 10 times during the first few flights. It can move quick, and takes a little bit of practice to steer it well. It has held up well in the crashes, though. I had to use the replacement blades that came with it, but that's it. Despite crashing straight into walls, it still flies great. I don't have another quad to compare it to, but for someone starting out this one seems about as durable as I could have hoped for.
By A Botting
October 12, 2017
What a great trainer. Had this for about four months. Have never flown and took about two weeks a few times per day to get used to flying toward yourself: done indoors at low altitudes of 2 to 4 feet, over carpet. comes with prop guards which you'll need indoors because it's too easy to hit the walls, but take off the prop guards for outdoor flying to extend flight time. The high altitude flying is fun and the images are just fine for previewing the terrain and neighborhood from way up high -just have trouble seeing the thing that high up. Addictive. Watch out because now I'm looking to buy a bigger, more expensive copter. Extend your flying time by turning off the annoying LED lamps. Crashed it many times but the construction is rather robust since the legs can break-away a joints and be reconnected; the props get damaged so recommend an extra set more than what is included. As of late, have been having fun flying outdoors in even in windy conditions. It's controllable for that. Have fun.
September 28, 2017
Je souhaitais depuis longtemps, m'essayer au pilotage de drone mais je ne voulais pas dépenser trop. Après avoir lu beaucoup d'avis, j'ai finalement commandé ce petit drone "référence" pour démarrer. La livraison a été rapide et le produit bien emballé. Je ne regrette pas mon achat car le pilotage de ce drone est extrêmement amusant et l'apprentissage est plutôt rapide. Au final, c'est toute la famille qui s'amuse bien. Par contre, un bémol pour la notice uniquement en anglais (mais on peux la trouver en français sur internet). Je recommande.
September 24, 2017
Arrived in good time, well protected...and nicely presented in its packaging. Awesome little piece of kit, Came with propeller guard and spare blades, it behaves in the air just like the larger models, also purchased extra cells and 6 X charger, so I can keep this in the air for longer, with a pocket full of batteries, I've since moved on to bigger quads, but still fly this daily in the house for practice and fun, within first few minutes flipped it landed upside down in cats Warner bowl...PANIC !!!. Fished it out, disconnected cell, gave it a good shake, and left it in the warm over night to air dry... Tried it next morning....no problems at all, I was pleasantly superised, spare parts are readily available in Amazon should you need them, as its a hobby class quad, I'm still on my first blades after a week or so, it's a rubust little device Over all very pleased with this product and would recomend this hubsan. This item was a normal, full price personal purchase, i was not asked, nor was i obliged to leave a review.
September 22, 2017
I got this drone as my second drone working my way up to the high end ones. that being said this little guy is amazing! right away after calibration it I could fly it with ease. After a few hours with it I turned up the setting to the expert mode (Not recommended for a small space) This mode is very sensitive it makes the drone dive and be able to flip. After getting the hang of it I have to say it is very fun although not the best for filming for that I was stay in the default setting. As a side note it does not do extremely well in the wind it is a lot more fun to fly it in an open living room. I also recommend getting the crash cage. All and all I highly recommend this drone!
September 17, 2017
BUY PROPELLER GUARDS, if you get this item, get the propeller guards and save yourself a lot of trouble. Battery lasts about 4-5 mins so if you can buy more batteries. The copter is a lot of fun to fly but it's a bit difficult at the beginning. Start on the ground only lifting a couple of inches until you get the sensitivity of the controls down. The frame snaps to help with crashes so make sure that you snap it back into place after a big crash. Dont expect too much from the camera either but it's good enough for the price. It sucks that if a motor stops working you have to know how to solder to replace it.
By Brandon Pierce
September 5, 2017
If you are new to quadcopters this quad is a good started as it has both normal and expert modes and can perform flips and other maneuvers as you get better. I purchased this quad because I wanted something I could fly indoors when the Texas winds and weather get bad. So far, this quad has performed accordingly and I highly recommend giving it a shot with the price range it is in. You can get your feet wet to see if you are interested in the hobby than move up to more expensive quadcopters as you get better. The Hubsan X4 H107C gets about 5-6 minutes of battery life, at least for me since I push it to it's limits quite often. The propellers are easy to remove and binding is a piece of cake. Other quads out there can sometimes have issues like the Blade Glimpse when it comes to binding but not this Hubsan. I haven't tested the camera as I have other quads for that reason, but at 720p and cheap I wouldn't expect much and keep in mind you need to supply your own SD card. Durable, light weight, and fits in the palm of your hand, the X4 can take a beating if you are new. Just don't go ramming brick walls at 10 mph and you should be fine. Then again if you are learning, you shouldn't be hauling around the airspace anyways. I would recommend getting additional batteries and the battery charger that lets you charge all of them at once or you will be waiting about 45 minutes after you deplete your only battery just to fly again. My only real complaint about the quad is that it didn't come calibrated out of the factory but that only takes a minute or two but still takes away from time during first flight. The controller adjustments for calibration and switching from Mode 2 to Mode 1 couldn't be much easier. Your standard trim buttons are there and beep per change and will beep differently when you adjust it back to default so you know where the "middle" of the line is. If you are like me and use the transmitter like you do a console controller you will be fine but the finger pinch method that many professionals use is a bit difficult, at least for me. Admittedly, I don't use that method as I use what works best for me. Overall, this quad is great for the money. Stable, bright LEDs, easy to control and bind, and just fun overall. Keep it indoors unless there is no wind outside and you will be fine. Just remember to stock up on batteries like you would an quadcopter or you will get 5 minutes of fun and then be waiting.
By S. Ng
July 26, 2017
I love this thing. With an optional prop guard installed, it is tame enough to fly indoors even for beginners. Without the prop guard, and with a fresh set of blades, this thing will zip around like nobody's business, outdoors in the park. I bought it because I wanted a trainer to learn how to control a quadcopter, before purchasing an expensive video drone like a Typhoon or a DJI Phantom or Mavic. I'm having so much fun flying this zippy little guy. I may still buy an expensive drone someday, but for now I'm having a blast flying this quadcopter around the park, with 5 extra batteries.
By Vince Skahan
June 25, 2017
Love it, with some war stories. Firstly, this thing is fast. Really fast. Like gone in a blink of an eye fast. I had mine up so high, so fast, that I could barely see it. Took off toward the woods and it was so far away that I couldn't figure out which way was forward and how to get it to come back. Must have guessed correctly because it came down a couple hundred yards away, lost a prop, and was sitting there upside down awaiting me. Fortunately I had enough juice in the (tiny) battery capacity to permit me to goose the throttle occasionally to let me hear it and eventually I spotted the leds and recovered it. Whew. Downsides - the props are labelled A and B but it's almost impossible to read the matching markers on the copter. I put a touch of blue paint on the 'B' housings (B for blue:-) to make that easier in the future. I half-broke the copter power plug as it's very fragile, but it's holding together thus far. Pulled the connector off the wire for the charging cable the second time I used it and needed to do some soldering to cobble something together. It turns out a pair of breadboard male-male jumper headers match the copter-side female plug width, so it works for now. eBay is your friend - picked up a four-port charger and some batteries from China, and five sets of props from the US for 20 bucks total. The props damage very easily, and fly off if you land hard and are 'very' hard to spot. Thinking of giving mine a light blaze orange coating of paint to try to help. Learning how to fly this is pretty easy once I figured out the left stick is up/down and rotating the nose left/right, while the right stick is actually the one for banking. Running with the leds on helps me a lot figure out where the nose of the copter is. The red leds are the rear. Helps a lot. The manual is basically useless non-English, probably the worst non-manual I've ever seen. To sync the gyro all you do is pull the throttle to bottom left, and flip the right side control left-right-left-right until you get the blue leds to blink. Once you do that, the gyro is in sync and it is very stable flying. Hint - sync the gyro with the copter on a 'very' level surface. If you sync on an incline, you get controls out of sync with true level to match. There are multiple YouTube videos nicely demonstrating the procedure. Only significant downside thus far to me is the camera continues to capture zero-byte movies 95% of the time which is a real downer. The switch for the camera is 'tiny' and barely works, and only then if you press it a couple dozen times. It's basically impossible to turn the camera off correctly, as dozens of button presses have no effect. Eventually I can get the camera off, but the unit seems very sensitive to you 'really' shutting the camera down in some unwritten procedure. It seems the procedure is click the button a thousand times til the red/blue blinking stops. Turn the remote off. Disconnect the battery. Then eject the microSD card. Now that I've figured out how to fly the thing, I'd really like to get some movies of the scenery. The few movies I got brief clips of were very cool. Even got a nice clip at night flying 40 feet over the Christmas lights in a tall tree in the front yard. Should be 'really' cool in daylight on a clear day. The camera is much better than most reviews think it is. Very fun. Definitely worth the money. update - I think I figured out the zero-byte or no-movies issue. The switch for the camera appears to jam if you do not push the battery 'very' far into the body of the copter. If you do that, the camera button seems to work much better. I did a few flights today and got full movies from each flight. I might add that the file sizes were just a little under 300MB/flight, so you can get a couple dozen full battery flights on one cheap 8GB microSD card.
June 20, 2017
This is my first quad and I've only had had it for about a week but I'm already in love with it! It was really easy to get the hang of and once I did I haven't had a bad time with it. The camera isn't amazing but it's honestly better than I expected from only 2 megapixels. I ordered a fisheye lens from cali bros that I haven't put on yet but I'm excited to see how it works out. Definitely order a crash pack or at least plenty more propellors. And don't fly without the guard until you get good. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to get into the drone game.
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