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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Direct from Atomik RC - the palm sized Hubsan X4 Mini RTF RC Quadcopter. Excellent features including full 4 channel 2.4Ghz control, powerful coreless motors, high capacity LiPO battery and stunt mode. This quad is suitable for indoor and outdoor flight thanks to the ultra stable 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. The LiPO battery is charged via USB with the included USB charger. Brought to you by Atomik RC, your one stop online RC shop. Motor Type: Micro Coreless. Batteries: Included: 1S 240mAh 3.7V LiPO. Charger: USB. Radio: Included: 2.4Ghz 4 Channel. Fuel Source: Electric. Length: 2.4 in (60mm). Width/Diameter: 2.4 in (60mm).
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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.
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. Buy the protective guard that keeps the propellers safe from pilot error, THIS IS A MUST! If not for that guard I would have destroyed several props by now and it isn't as flimsy as other people on here say it is, it does it's job. Lastly, shell out the couple bucks and buy the U wrench to remove the props. They do not come off that easily and you risk pulling out or damaging the motor using brute force, it's the right tool for the job, use it.
Upon ending this review I want to give all that read this some information that I had to dig up and a significantly helpful tip to the first time flyer. Calibrate your transmitter! Now when you do this you're calibrating for either mode 1 or mode 2 and the mode you calibrate it for is the mode that now becomes your default mode. The difference between the two is your throttle and rudder become switched with your elevator and aileron (the stick's swap controls) and your throttle and elevator trim buttons flip flop as well. Before every flight calibrate your accelerometer and be sure to do it on a FLAT and LEVEL surface. This will help reduce the likelihood of your copter wanting to drift in any one direction but I have found that trimming is needed for every flight, small adjustments are key. Finally, the most helpful tip I have for you first time flyers, just like me. When you get all the above steps finalized, push and hold the right stick until the letters "SE" for settings appears in the display. What this does is allows you to turn down the sensitivity of the controls to as low as 20 percent for normal and I believe 60 percent for expert. Click the left stick to cycle through each of the four controls, elevator, aileron, throttle and rudder and turn them down to 25 percent. I don't know if this is correct but when I turned my sensitivity down to 20 percent I wasn't able to calibrate the accelerometers. After I turned it up to 25 percent it worked just fine. I'm assuming the same would happen in expert if you turned it down to 60 percent. I cannot tell you how much easier it has made it for me to control this thing and after I get used to the controls and it's behavior I will turn it back up. It came factory set at 50, 50, 60 and 50 percent. Trust me when I tell you that it will make a huge difference.
All In all, the hubsan x4 h107l is an awesome little machine, for the price, the performance and the features it is a no brainer and very hard to beat. Pick one up, you'll be hooked, no buyers remorse here. Thanks for reading. I hope this helps a lot of you.
The 1st generation you need to master throttle control to keep the quad in the air and moving forward. This takes lots of practice and time to learn to keep it in the air for more then 10 sec at a time. When learning my longest flight time was about 3 seconds before I crashed. 😉
So buy and have fun. You will not regret it
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