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Cheerson CX-10 Mini 29mm Diameter 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter UFO RTF Green
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Cheerson CX-10 Video: Features Lightweight airframe with nice durability Fine workmanship endows the aircraft with smooth and delicate appearance 6-axis design makes the gyroscope adjustable, promoting flying stability Flight time will be up to 4-8 minutes Model on Hubsan H111 3-level adjustable speed flip function Powered by a piece of rechargeable 3.7V 100mAh lithium battery So incredibly stable, perfect even for new pilots Specifications Brand Cheerson Model CX10 Main Rotor Diameter 1.14 / 2.9cm Speed Control Integrated Required Radio 4Channel Frequency 2.4G Flight Time Approx. 4-8 minutes Charging Time About 30-40 minutes Battery Rechargeable 3.7V 100mAh Lithium Battery Transmitter Battery 2 x 1.5V AAA Batteries (Not Included) Control Distance About 40 meters Body Material ABS Plastic Color Green Dimensions (1.65 x 1.65 x 0.79) / (4.2 x 4.2 x 2)cm (L x W x H) Weight 1.02oz / 29g Suitable for Ages 14+ Package Includes 1 x Mini RC Quadcopter 1 x USB Cable 1 x Transmitter 2 x Main Blades 1 x User Manual.
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This thing arrived a few hours ago, and I am so impressed. The build quality is fantastic. Even though the shell is plastic, it feels so solid and weighted like a quality metal product.
This thing is durable.
I read through the entire mini instruction booklet (shows how to start it up, re-calibrate the accelerometer, change the control scheme, and do flips). I've never flown a quadrocoptor before, so inevitably I crashed this thing.
But I didn't just crash it. I rammed it into the walls of my house. I dropped it onto the hardwood floor from 4 feet off the ground. I crashed it into trees. It fell into the dirt. I dug it into the grass of my backyard. (not intentionally!)
It is fully intact. The blades don't look even minutely worn out. (the packaging does come with 4 extra blades though!)
This thing is well worth the $20. Also, for those wondering: It lasted around 5-10 minutes on a full charge. Maybe somewhere around 7 minutes, but I wasn't counting. I was satisfied with the flight time - I know how much energy these things use up. Online, I saw reports of 30-40 minute charge times. However, the red LED indicator in the USB charging cable said it was done in less than 15 minutes. So maybe it takes longer over time?
Anyway, for $20 this is a no-brainer decision. Order one for yourself and one for each of your friends!
P.S. After a few minutes of practice, I got the hang of this thing. It's not very difficult to control. The one thing that is annoying is that there is no distinction between front and back (besides the LED lights which are difficult to see in broad daylight). So you may want to sharpie one half to make it easier.
UPDATE: I've charged about 5 times so far, and each time took 10ish minutes to charge. Additionally I recommend you click the left joystick until it beeps 3 times (indicating advanced sensitivity mode). It flies much better and is much more responsive to your control.
UPDATE 2: I let my dad fly this. Well, he didn't realize that letting go of the thumbstick doesn't shut off the throttle. You have to push it down to turn off the throttle (makes sense, since you want this thing to keep hover/flying if you let go). Anyway, he flew it on the roof of our house yesterday evening, and it rained heavily overnight. We retrieved it with a ladder today and it was SOAKED. I let it dry in the sun, and just to be safe, unscrewed it and dried the circuitry with a Q-tip, and screwed it back together. It works PERFECTLY!
UPDATE 3: This quadrocoptor is very forgiving! After crashing this, sometimes it starts to immediately flip upside down during launch or become very turbulent in flight. This means the propellers are bent out of shape. I simply bent them back with my fingers and the quadrocoptor works just fine!
In the short time I had this product I was able to fly with precision. That is until it bumped into the door(with a guard around the drone for protect) ,the end result is the little thing only lifts one end off the ground. I want to emphasize that the crash was MINIMAL at most, and yet it was able to incapacitate it.
However, on my third time around (after recharging the battery twice), I decided to try one of the tricks the hilariously broken-English instruction manual mentioned. The quad just kinda beeped twice and fell over on its side, and now it won't fly straight at all. I tried changing out and cleaning the propellers, but it's so cheaply made that there's not exactly a lot you can do for a fix. My $20 would've been better spent on dinner and a movie, and I wouldn't have had to wait a month for shipping on that.
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