Cheerson CX-10A 2.4GHz 4CH RC Quadcopter NANO Drone UFO with Headless Mode with RC Battery Bandage
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- Left rotation, right rotation, hover.
- It can realize 3D tumbling in four directions with 4 LED lights.
- With Headless mode,no need to adjust the position of aircraft before flying
- It has 6-axis gyro which can have more stable flying and be easy to control.
- 4 Channel which can do ascend, descend, forward, backward, left sideward fly, right sideward fly and throw to fly.
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Brand name: Cheerson
Model NO.: CX-10A
Item type: NANO quadcopter
Colour: black/white/silver/golden optional
Controller mode: Mode 2
Channels: 4 Channels
Function: 3D tumbling action, up, down, left, right, forward, backward, hovering
Remote control frequency: 2.4GHz
Gyroscope: Six axis
Motor: Brush motor
Remote distance: about 30m
Suitable ages: Above 14 Years old
Remote Controller Battery: 2 * AAA Battery (not included)
Battery power: 3.7V 100mAh
Battery type: Li-ion battery
Charging time: About 30 minutes
Working time: about 5 minutes
Charging voltage: 3.7V
Item dimensions: 40 * 40 * 22mm
Item weight: 12g
Package size: 11 * 10 * 7.5cm / 4.3 * 3.9 * 3.1in
Package weight: 124g / 4.4oz
Gift box package
1 * Cheerson CX-10A Quadcopter (with battery inside)
1 * Transmitter (mode 2)
1 * USB Charging Cable
2 * Pair of Spare Propeller
1 * English Manual
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For the uninitiated, headless mode is when the quadcopter(or whatever you are flying) uses you as a point of reference for the directions. Away from the controller would be forward, towards the controller would be backwards. Rather than forward being to the front of the drone, and backwards to the back of the drone.
Personally I don't find that the headless mode works very well, since no matter what I tried, forward would always be from the drone's perspective, but the drone itself is super fun to fly around. The propellers do break easily so I would advise to order propellers and prop guards along with your drone. I broke all the propellers that came with my drone in the first day!
I would recommend this to anyone who wants to try out flying a drone for the first time or as a practice drone before getting a bigger one. After flying this drone outside many people find that the larger drones are much more manageable, since the heavier weight means that they don't sway in the wind as much.
I don't recommend this drone for people who want to hot swap batteries or fly this outside since I believe the battery is soldered on to the main board. Flying outside is inadvisable because this drone is small enough to be heavily swayed by wind and the range of the controller is around 30 meters.
Good for indoor flying
durable(except for propellers)
Extra Propellers needed
Need the purchase of prop guard so that the propellers break as easily
Batteries cannot be hot swapped.
Short 30 m range
Harder to fly outdoors
Basically if you're expecting to fly this indoors, buy this drone, otherwise look for bigger models.
That last part, I just got to test out last week. For some reason, one of the motors stopped working and I saw the cable cut. Bought a motor online (less than $2), unscrewed the bottom, unsoldered the broken motor, soldered the new motor, screw the frame back on, and it was back to perfect flying condition! This job took less than 15 minutes and was my first time soldering anything! I understand now why this brand nano Quadcopter is one of the most popular a d recommended ones out there!
Btw, this is one of the newer models with Headless mode. Headless mode helps beginners so that you don't need to know where the quad is pointing. If you hit "forward" on the control, it will go forward eve if the quad is facing a different direction. Makes it easier to fly, especially how tiny it is. I would still highly recommend you learn to fly it the original way (headless mode off) to learn properly.
I don't like that the calibration doesn't seem it will ever be right. I followed the set-up directions, and used the trimming buttons, but it always seems like the drone moves to one side, slightly. This might be common, and i think i'm able to counteract it for the most part as I fly. Maybe I'll get better with time and it will be less of an issue.
I have 2 kids around 10 y/o who also enjoy playing with this. they are crashing it a lot, but it holds up no problem, which is the most surprising part. This little thing is pretty solid, and it hasn't even broken a propeller. It's nice that 4 extra propellers are included just in case. Would be nice if some sort of guard were included, since you WILL crash and bump this thing, but that will probably add weight, which will lower battery play time, and they seem sturdy enough as is. I've ordered a propeller guard accessory for only a few bucks, but may not ever use it.