Hubsan X4 (H107L) 4 Channel 2.4GHz RC Quadcopter, Black
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- Durable one piece main frame.
- Precision 6 axis gyro.
- Ready to Fly.
- 4 channel 2.4Ghz control.
- High capacity LiPO battery.
- Durable one piece main frame
- Precision 6 axis gyro
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Just a few things that I would recommend to new pilots and those looking to get into the hobby. First point, DO YOUR HOMEWORK, take into account what you want out of a quad and go from there. Me personally, I wanted to make sure this was something I was going to enjoy doing and am capable of doing. It doesn't make sense to spend hundreds of dollars on a quad to find out it's not a hobby you're going to enjoy and pursue and invest the time to get better at if you don't enjoy it. Start small and work your way up, you'll be glad you did.
Secondly, be smart about your purchase, yes this is something that is a heck of a lot of fun. Thus, spend the extra money from the get go and invest in the necessary upgrades and equipment to help fuel your passion for flying these little guys. When I bought this quad, I also purchased the crash pack in case something broke, didn't work etc. It gives you peace of mind knowing you're prepared for that oh s*** moment. Batteries, buy a pack of 5 batteries and the charger to juice them all up at the same time. You'll significantly increase the time you get to fly which means more practice and more fun.Read more ›
I strongly suggest picking up extra larger batteries right away. I got the 380 mah batteries for the best balance between added flight time and extra weight to lug around. They give me about 8+ minutes of flight indoors racing around my apartment and hovering, landing, and taking off again. They give about 4-5 minutes flying outdoors at or near full throttle. The original batteries give much less flight time. Once upgrading motors I had to go with the 750 mah Nano Techs, the originals and the 380s just can't put out enough power fast enough.
I had a small issue right away with the stock quad - a motor died after about 5 flights. I picked up a new motor for about $5 and it took a minute to solder the connections onto the FC board, and it was back in the air.
This little quad is good enough as a nearly throwaway toy as-is, and it's also great as a base for a more serious micro quad build. There's so much aftermarket support for these things now you just can't go wrong with it.
First of the packaging was well packed so everything got here fine and un broken witch was great as we all know this things can sometimes be fragile. The helicopter comes with propellers a usb charger for the battery. It also comes with one battery witch last about 15 min from what i could tell. It will need to be charged a full charge before you first flight. The full charge took about 45 min with the charger provided. I would recommend getting extras for extended fly time or possibly a stranger one once you get good and want continous flight.
The helicopter does need to caliborating but this is a very simple task. Simply put it on a flat service and push the stick into expert mode and hold it down then do the same with the left. The instructions included give more detailed and better explaination that is simple to follow.
Of course my first flight was a little rough and just going to admit i crashed but everything staid in tack and i was off again.Not long after i was flying with no problems. I feel even a child could learn to operate this my son is only 2 so did test that out as he is a little young but he did enjoy watching my husband and i fly it went and got his plastic one and was pretending it was flying with us. This was and continues to be so much fun when we get it out to play or when we are at my parents flying with my father.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This thing flew great for about 2 days, then is started to develop a severe aft drift. I never crashed it or anything to disrupt the integrity of the copter. Read morePublished 6 days ago by kyle zimmerman
Kids love it. Great way to learn about quadcopters. Buy extra props and a guard! They will crash it!Published 8 days ago by ekim
Awesome little drone, difficult to repair once you break the frame, you will need soldering skills!Published 11 days ago by NorCal
My husband says this is the best 40 bucks he's ever spent! He loves it! And the cat loves chasing it!Published 14 days ago by Kelsey W.
I was very disappointed. I noticed that right away, one of the motors was very loud (squealed loudly) and the quad wouldn't hover smoothly. It wobbled quite a bit. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer