MOTA JETJAT Live-W FPV Quadcopter Hobby Drone with Live Stream HD Camera
- From a series featured on Fox News Television, in WIRED Magazine, Tech Times and more: the JETJAT Live-W's stable flight allows for fantastic live stream footage right to the palms of your hands!
- Impress friends and family - Incredibly wind resistant with latest 6-axis gyro control system and it comes with multiple flying modes for any skill level!
- Get up to 8 minutes of flight with our premium 540 mAh lithium battery: high capacity, easy to charge and replaceable. LED lights help you fly and notifies when battery is low to land safely
- No FAA Registration required for our JETJATs. See our Fly Safely poster online to help you Fly Safely! Package includes bonus set of propellers, USB cable with status light, and JETJAT Pilot Manual
- 5-star Dedicated Customer Service – All MOTA Products come with our personal assistance, contact us to get help within a couple days, and satisfaction GAURANTEED by the end of the week!
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We make drones fun for everyone. The JETJAT series incorporates the drone culture in anyone's life, whether they are in the break room, at school lunch, or just hangin' out at home. To satisfy even the most adrenaline-hungry, the Live-W has thrust like none other, allowing you to execute the most daredevil of stunts ever seen!
More Fun Than Ever
In addition to the other functions the Nano and Nano-C has, like 3D tumbling, we packed the Live-W with a live streaming function, allowing first person view. Take your eyes to the sky and see the world in a new perspective. With anti-interference technology, fly around with your friends and don't worry about having sync issues with other drones.
Keep the Fun Times Rolling
With up to 100 ft flight range, differing modes for differing skill levels, and now High resolution live stream capabilities, the newest addition to the JETJAT series speaks for itself. Fly over your neighbors and make them jealous. Fly around your kids during their baseball game and see it in a whole new perspective. Get aerial shots of the family barbeque for the slideshow later!
Our JETJAT Live-W is also exceptionally durable; it can just bounce off obstacles and keep flying effortlessly!
To allow a more enjoyable experience we provided bumpers with the product to prevent the drone from bumping into obstacles so that you can keep flying smoothly through bumps in flight. With all the additional power and function, this drone is a steal for the kids."
"what's in the box"/package contents :
JETJAT Live-W drone, Live Stream capable HD Camera (attached), Bonus Set of Propellers, Owners Manual
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In the little time I spent with this drone it became apparent that a real controller would be so much better than the app. You can't tell where your fingers are on the app unless you constantly look down at them... but then you lose sight of the drone. Supposedly, this drone has a controller, but MOTA doesn't eagerly want you to know that.
I contacted MOTA about the backwards flying, but they replied too late (It took 2 weeks for a reply); I had already returned the drone. Their response talked about a "controller", but no controller came with the drone. I had to use my iPhone.
Here's their reply:
Thank you for contacting MOTA Customer Support.
I understand that you are having issues with your MOTA JetJat.
I certainly do apologize for any inconvenience that you may be experiencing.
I will gladly assist you with a few troubleshooting steps:
1) Remove all batteries from the controller remote.
2) Please make sure that all debris is free and clear from the propellers also check if your batteries might have leaked causing JetJat remote to not make contact with the batteries.
3) With the batteries in the controller removed, turn the JetJat on and off 3 times this should hard reset the controller.
4) Insert batteries back into the JetJat controller, then turn on.
5) You should hear 2 beeps from the controller, then turn on your JetJat, now move the left joystick up and down this should pair the JetJat with the controller.
If the drone appears to not fly you may want to check the blade arrangement.
On the back side of the blades, you will see it marked with the number “1”or “2” Please refer to the diagram on the MOTA website for installation.
If you have any further questions or concerns feel free to reach out to our support team or reply back to this ticket at any time.
Have a wonderful day and thanks again for choosing MOTA.
7 days later I got a message from Mota saying that no controller is available, and I must use the smart phone app to control the drone, so that's what I did. I downloaded the app onto my android phone, and could now finally try out this drone. The battery only fits in the compartment one way, which is OK, but with the battery connected to the drone there is just no way to close the little door to the battery compartment. There just is not enough room for the battery AND wires to fit inside and put the door back on so I had to use electricians tape to prevent the battery from falling out in flight!
It's worth noting that the lighting on this drone is backwards from the majority of them, that is to say the red lights are up front and the blue lights are in the back, a really good way to get a drone in the face if you are accustomed to the lights being correct!! Just another thing that ain't quite right about this drone. The smart phone app does give you basic control over the drone, but NOT the fine tuning adjustments needed for proper flight. The trim controls are maxed out in the software & cannot be adjusted by the smart phone app! It also needs to be calibrated with the drone on a level surface, and there is no way to do THAT with the smart phone app either. Because of this; the drone flys kinda crooked requiring you to constantly over-correct for it. Flying outside I discovered that the range is really limited, being dramatically less than most drones in this class, 20 to 25 meters at the very best, any farther and it's beyond the range of the cell phone app.
Contrary to advertised claims, this drone does NOT do so well even with a little wind. It burns battery time making any headway even in a gentile breeze & could possibly go off course, crashing into people, pets and other stuff. Every time a slight breeze came up, there went the drone, gone with the wind! At least you get a good cardio workout chasing it down when the wind takes it out of range. So, my first outside flight testing was less than impressive. After an hour of battery charging I only got five minutes of flight time! Not a very good fun to work ratio if you want my opinion.
After that first five minute outdoor flight the drone was quite warm to the touch when the battery ran low, that's a first. Never seen another drone do that, and I have several of them. It's only fair to give it another go, it might just surprise me. Well, I was right, it surprised me real good. Two minutes into my second outdoor flight I decided to try a simple flip stunt which the drone executed perfectly. The trouble was that immediately after the flip maneuver the drone began ascending into the early evening sky, and was no longer responding to my control inputs. It was well within the drones limited signal range, but just stopped responding. Unable to get the drone to respond, I was helpless to do anything other than watch my jetjat live-w disappear into the night sky as it kept rising and was taken by winds aloft. If you find it - keep it!
~~UPDATE: July 2, 16~~
I guess my reputation with the kids of cold canyon is some better than I thought because a few days after the drone flew away a couple teenagers brought it back to me, which is a really fortunate thing because MOTA finally sent me the controller they claimed did not exist. Too bad, cause I've long since lost interest in this sorry excuse for a FPV drone and moved on to one that works the way it's supposed to. So I gave the kids the controller & told 'em to keep the drone with my best wishes.
I got what I wanted, and that was for MOTA to come clean and admit there IS a controller for this drone. If you still buy a jetjat after reading this, you should insist they send you a controller, because it flies a whole lot better with the controller than it does with the smart phone app. plus, it's a very nice controller with an extending phone bracket for FPV viewing thru phone while you fly with the controller, just like in the picture. Too bad you gotta go tooth & nail with some companies just to get what you paid for.