SYMA X5C 4CH 6-Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter Toys Drone BNF Without Camera & Remote Controller&Battery
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- Note:This Version not include camera & Transmitter.It is suitable for those who have a full set of X5C Quadcopter but have the body crashed!
- 6-Axis gyro quad-rotorcraft flight, strong stability, can easily implement various flight movements, stronger wind resistance,easier to control.
- 2.4 technology adopted for anti-interference.Even more than one quadcopter is flying at the same time they will not interfere with each other.
- The quadcopter can fly both indoor and outdoor. Including 4CH digital proportional RC system.
- Function:Up/down, left/right sideward fight, forward/backward,turn left/right.
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Note: This Version not include camera & Transmitter. It is suitable for those who have a full set of X5C Quadcopter but have the body crashed!
Flight time: 6-8min
Charging time: 100min(USB Charging)
Control Channels: 4CH
Charge voltage: DC 4.2-5V
Control Distance: About 50-100m
Battery size: 42.4mm * 26.2 * 7.1mm
Package size: 34.5 * 25 * 7cm / 13.6 * 9.8 * 2.6in
Package weight: 344g / 12.1oz
Package weight: 344g / 12.1oz
1 * SYMA X5C Quadcopter
1 * 3.7V 500mAh Lipo Battery
4 * Propeller Protector
1 * Pair landing gear
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The price is very cheap, making this quad nearly disposable. That said, the only X5 I’ve ever killed was because of modifications I made. I’m telling you these things are THE BEST low cost beginner quads period. Don’t forget to tap that left shoulder button to toggle between restricted and full speed!!
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Before buying, make sure you have a suitable Syma transmitter, or buy an X5C-1 that already has one. This one does not.
That said... anyone who is considering buying their first quadcopter needs to own the legendary Syma X5C-1. You simply will not find a better beginner quadcopter for the price. If you watch X5C-1 realated YouTube videos, they will get you hooked fast. Experienced pilots praise the X5C-1 for its ease of use and overall performance... but the best feature of this quad, hands-down, is its amazing flight stability. If you've been looking for a perfect beginner quad, your search is officially over. Durability is impressive... it is simply overbuilt, and it withstands more crashes and impacts than you would think possible from something considered a "toy". Parts are easily replaced or upgraded if damaged... and cheap.
The X5C-1 makes an excellent budget sport flyer. I recommend flying this quad without the camera, prop guards and tall landing gear installed, as it is much more fun to fly without the extra weight. I also recommend buying larger capacity batteries for extended flight times. Based on my experience, 850mAh batteries are the perfect size for the X5C-1... they fit great and are only 2g heavier than the stock 500mAh batteries. If you desire even longer flight times and don't mind sacrificing a little performance, heavier 1200mAh batteries can also be used with removal of the battery door support bar. I also recommend buying a carrying case for safe transport and storage, and a decent $50-up lipo charger for keeping your batteries at peak performance. The cheap ones supplied with the batteries are very poor quality and are not good for battery longevity and performance.
When your X5C-1 flight skills have progressed and you want to step things up a notch, it can easily become a cheap performance-orientated quadcopter with some basic weight reduction and upgraded propellers. The X5C-1 body has no less than 26 screws holding it together, most of which can be removed without significantly affecting its structural integrity. After weight is removed, install larger more powerful Syma X5HC/X5HW propellers.The larger blades are slightly heavier than stock, but with the weight reduction they will give you a ridiculous amount of thrust, faster flying speeds, quicker handling characteristics, and longer flight times as a bonus. For a lightened X5C-1, I do recommend using heavier 1200mAh batteries in breezy conditions... the extra weight and better center of gravity help stability immensely.
Easily modify the transmitter antenna for longer flight range (highly recommended 1st mod). Customize the X5C-1 further by upgrading to bigger and/or faster motors. Install a good FPV camera if you want, and have a blast doing so. All this while learning basic soldering techniques and gaining more flight time. Paint or customize the quad however you desire. Turn it into a great video drone using a quality micro camera. The list goes on and on. The Syma X5C-1 has to be the best "bang-for-your-buck" hobby quad available today, for both beginner and experienced pilots alike. It's WAY more than just a toy.
Easy 5 stars!
I needed a new controller as I had burned out the transmitter module accidentally with my soldering iron trying to install a better antenna. So I ordered this one without the camera as it was priced almost the same as the controller and I already have several cameras that fit on it. Unfortunately I did not notice the fine print at the bottom that stated no controller. So now I am going to have to order another one just to get the controller. At least I will have more spare quadcopters for flying! (It's not a good idea to fly these birds too much without letting them cool off between flights as the motors run really hot! So having more than one X5c-1 allows you to rotate them and save your motors)
Oh Well! I guess I will keep the copter and be more careful in reading the here on Amazon when I order anything.
You SHOULD get extra batteries because of it's short (5-6 minute) flight time. So that way you can charge up a buncha batteries in advance and have an enjoyable 1/2 hour or so of flying time. Also, be sure to "break in" the motors before your first flight to give them additional life before they burn out, and they WILL burn out after a while. Replacement motors are also cheap and not too hard to replace.
The X5C was my first quad and I'll always treasure the time I learned to fly with it.