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Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter - Orange
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- 4 channel mini rolling quadcopter.
- Throw to fly,real 6 axis gyro.
- Low voltage alarm.
- With LED light for night flight.
- Up/down/left/right/side flight/hover/flip/hand launch.
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Before you are familiar with the flight vehicle, please don't set it fly, read the instruction carefully. Get familiar with all kinds of direction control and keep repeating until you can play it as your wishes. Model: CX10 Channel: 4-Channel Function: Forward, Backward, Ascend, Descend, Turn Left, Turn Right, 360°Rotation Frequency: 2.4GHz Control Distance: About 40 meters Flight Time: Approx. 4-8 minutes Charging Time: About 30-40 minutes Transmitter Battery: 2 x 1.5V AAA Batteries (Not Included) Ages: 14+ Material: ABS + Plastic Size: 40 x 40 x 17 mm/ 1.57 x 1.57 x 0.67 inch Net Weight: 12 g / 0.42 oz Package Contents: 1 x Mini UFO Quadcopter 1 x USB Cable 1 x Transmitter 2 x Main Blades 1 x User Manual
Return Policy: All of our products are subject to a 30-Day Return. However, we are not responsible for any products lost, broken, or damaged during flight or installation. All products are also susceptible to a 15% restocking fee. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us and we will help you out to the best of our abilities or direct you to someone (manufacturer) who can. Thank you. We will ship the ordered items through FedEx. We will be unable to ship to P.O. boxes and extra charges will be made to locations in U.S. Protectorates, Hawaii, and Alaska.
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The instructions are unbelievably bad. Here's what you need to know. 1. Calibrate the quadcopter - put it on a actually level surface. Turn on controller and connect to quadcopter - keep pointing the left stick to lower left and simultaneously hold the right stick to upper left until the lights on the quadcopter flash rapidly for a second. 2. If you press straight in on the left (like a button) it will cycle from 1 beep, to 2, then 3 beeps. 1 is beginner, 2 medium, 3 advanced. the difference is how fast it changes direction. It banks hard on 3. That's it other than practice.
I bought a plastic cage to cover the rotors because I wanted it to be safe for my 3 year old son to watch. After seeing the rotors cut through sheets of paper and various houseplants like a cutting wheel, I decided it was not safe unguarded. The down side is that the extra weight of the guard cage is enough to make the quadcopter much less maneuverable and somewhat clumsy. The entertaining side effects are that with the cage it will stick to ceilings and walls on full throttle if you get too close. You can also try to land it in your hand or elsewhere without fear of getting cut.
The blades pull straight off with some effort for replacement etc. I took mine apart to check it out. It has a little LiPo battery that is unfortunately soldered to the board. I took the time to tuck the motor wires behind the housing when I put it back together, since several were exposed. Don't overtighten the screws. I put a small crack in the top shell by doing this. Doesn't affect the performance one bit, along with the other tiny cracks it's accumulated.
Flipping it it fun. You can also toss it in the air and hit full throttle and it will right itself. The battery only lasts a few minutes which is always a bummer when it runs out, but at least it charges just as fast.
I'm told you can upgrade from the controller that it comes with to something nicer. I like the stock controller fine and I have big hands.
My major complaint is that the charge cable does not fit well and you have to play with it to get it to light up and charge. Also, the trim function seems to have a mind of it's own. After I learned to calibrate, I don't use it much.
It flies exceptionally well outside for such a little RC. I was really surprised by that.
All in all, this was the most fun I have ever gotten out of such an inexpensive RC. I've purchased a few for gifts as a result.
Otherwise, it's the perfect inexpensive micro quad to learn how to fly.
The Seresroad Cx-10 has about 5 minutes flight time on 16 minutes of charging. Not bad! I returned another called the Hero because it had just over 2 min 30 sec flight time with 30 minutes charging.
No headless mode, but that's ok. For that, order the CC-10A micro quad.
Otherwise, if you're just beginning, I'd recommend the prop guard and some extra props. Some break, while others come off and get lost in grass. Do yourself a favor and make sure you have 20+ props on hand when you first start out. As you get better, you'll need less replacements.
The other issue with indoor flight: carpet. Specifically hair in the carpet. It wraps around the prop shaft and the quad will not fly straight or hover. To fix that problem, on a level surface, increase throttle on the remote until 3 props are spinning. The one that is stationary or barely moving likely has hair or other obstruction. Remove that prop, blow it out, and put the prop back on. Power everything back up and 99% sure the quad will fly correctly now.
Quirks: After a good solid hit into a wall for floor, I noticed the gyros would get way out of wack. It would just flip on the spot instead of try to fly. To reset, I had to turn it off, plug in the charger for a couple of seconds, and then it would be good to go. Inconvenient, but fixable.
Important to note: I very strongly recommend getting the propeller guard with this. It helps keep a steady flight and prevents constantly having to replace and order more blades. Unless you are experienced with quad-copters, you WILL bump into walls/curtains/light fixtures/etc. and if there is no prop-guard, the device will go crashing down, damaging the propellers, and possibly the device itself.
Very fun introductory quad-copter. If you're looking to get into drones, definitely get one of these to practice and know what you're getting into.