|Item Weight||2 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||20.8 x 12 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||61177|
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Syma X5 4 Channel 2.4GHz RC Explorers Quad Copter
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- Battery: 3.7V 500 Mah Li-poly, Charging time: About 100 minutes (USB Charging),Flying time: About 7 minutes. Note: Please let the product cool down for at least 10 minutes after each flight.
- 2.4GHz The excellent frequency & bandwidth, Using Spread Spectrum Technology for Further remote distance， Best anti-interference ability, Least power consumption. You could fly more helicopters at the same time, its reaction speed is 100 times faster than other Radio Control.
- Blade protector Highly elastic plastic protective circle, preventing the blades in flight Cause wear, anti-collision anti-fall performance further enhanced!
- Colorful flashing lights,Colorful flashing light, keep your Aircraft at night Flying is quite excellent
- 360°Eversion 360°Eversion : A key 360°roll,continuous roll for perfect actionand wonderful performance
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Brand: Syma ModelX5 Type: Multi-axis Helicopters Channel number: 4ch Configuration Type: RTF Gyroscope: YES Built-in camera: NO Remote control type: 2.4G Weight: 0.1 Dimensions: 31.5*31.5*7.5
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A couple of points on the questioning to con: The battery door is a tad flimsy. I understand it's thin for weight but it flexes a bit when you're trying to close it. I worry that may break someday. Second, it would have been nice to see the battery area expandable. Surely someday there will be larger batteries. Maybe event the ability to link multiple batteries into a pack, of sorts. For the price point, however, this is a great toy. Might be too technical for kids, but anyone with patience should have no trouble learning.
One final issue that's vexing when you first turn it on: Which way is forward?! Just before writing this I discovered an arrow on the drone and suspect this MIGHT point forward, but in flight there's no way to really tell which is the front, back, etc. I plan on using a sharpie to color the front a little to help. Again, probably would have been better if the instructions had been more clear.
Update 1/31/2016: Still haven't figured out how to balance things. I've tried all of the trimming buttons, and read the manual, but it's still very confusing how to balance the aircraft. As soon as it leaves the ground it wants to drift. Indoors, outdoors, wind or no wind, it drifts, and I can't keep it in a hover. So I'm not sure what to do. Still fun as heck to play with!