TEC.BEAN Mini Pocket Drone 4CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Micro Quadcopter with 3D Flip, Headless Mode and One Key Return RTF Mode 2 (White)
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- MINI POCKET SIZE DESIGNED: ultra mini integrate the rc drone into the controller. Put the whole mini drone into your pocket
- HEADLESS MODE: no need to adjust the position of nano copter before flying
- HAND THROW: throwing away the traditional flight mode that all by transmitter operation, just slightly throw your quadcopter into the sky, it will fly freely and steady with the 6-Axis Gyro System
- TWO CONTROL MODES: the left and right throttle stick can be switched according to your habits
- SETUP INSTRUCTION: turn on the mini quadcopter first, then turn on the transmitter, and push the throttle stick up and then down
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2.4G Frequency Transmitter
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6 Axis Gyro System
Providing best stability during indoor and outdoor flight.
Two Charging Method
1, use the transmitter to charge the micro drone via the cable on the back of the transmitter, you should turn on the transmitter when charging, it consumes your own 1.5V AA batteries' power;
2, use the USB cable to charge the nano drone connect with your PC or powerbank.
All Function in One
Features with headless mode, 3D flip&roll, hand throw, LED light, the pocket rc drone will be sure your best choice to start flying.
Product Material: Modified Nylon, ABS, Transparent PS + K-Resin
Gyro: 6 Axis
Remote Frequency: 2.4G
Flight Weight (with battery): 13g
Remote Control Distance: 50 Meters
Charging Time: about 30-40 minutes
Flying Time: about 4-6 minutes
Battery For Quadcopter: 3.7V 100 mAh
Battery For Transmiter: 4 x 1.5V AA Battery (Not Included)
Quadcopter Size: 7x7x2.7cm
Controller Size: 14x8.5x4.1cm
Color Box Size: 15x9.5x5cm
Package Weight: 175g
1 x Mini Pocket Drone
1 x Remote Control Transmitter
8 x Spare Propellers
1 x Blade Protecting Frame
3 x Landing Gear
1 x USB Cable
1 x Instruction Manual
Top Customer Reviews
The drone is smartly stored in the remote control. There is a panel on the top that opens up and allows you to pop the drone in. On the back is a second storage area for the blade guards, spare propellers and the optional landing struts. This compartment also has a charging cable allowing you to charge the drone from the remote batteries.
There is a USB cable included that allows this to be charged from a PC/laptop or portable power bank, and this saves draining the remote batteries.
Setup was similar to other drones I've flown, power on the drone, power on the remote, move the left stick up and then down and you should be ready to fly.
As you'll see in the review video it takes a bit of practice, but even early on it was clear this would be easier to fly than my existing mini drone. One thing to note is that the blade protector is rather annoying, it kept moving and blocking the blades, preventing the drone from flying, which is why in the video you'll see I don't use it at all. Do this at your own risk.
After a bit of practice the drone was under control and hovering about, and it's great when you don't immediately crash after take off! There are a number of modes and functions on the remote, I've not explored them all yet as I'm still getting the hang of flying this, but there is an included manual to help explain the features.
Note that due to the size and weight of this drone it can easily be blown about outdoors. It flys well outside, but a bit of a breeze sends it off course. Given the small size it's a lot of fun to fly indoors, even just in the hallway.
When the drone power runs low (after around 30 min) it automatically lowers itself down and won't take off again, this stops it from being high up and having no power to operate the blades which would could result in a nasty crash.
Takes a bit of practice, but it's a good fun little drone which can be carried in your pocket.
We returned that one for a replacement, but after a few short weeks one of its rotors began to fail, also, becoming less powerful than the other three. Now it doesn't fly and we're stuck with a broken drone.
After trying two of these and both failing for the same reason, I suggest you look elsewhere.