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This item Syma X12S Nano 6-Axis Gyro 4CH RC Quadcopter with Protection Guard, Color White
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|Color||—||—||X12 Nano red||X12 Nano Black||Red||Orange|
|Item Dimensions||1.5 x 8.7 x 3.9 in||1.5 x 8.7 x 3.9 in||1.5 x 8.7 x 3.9 in||1.5 x 8.7 x 3.9 in||3.74 x 3.74 x 1.97 in||3.1 x 6 x 3 in|
|Item Weight||1.1 lbs||0.55 lb||0.67 lb||—||1.76 ounces||3.2 ounces|
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Up/down, left/turn right, forward/backward /sideward with 360 eversion 2 speed is available 2 frequency is 6axis ,may throw out to fly Spare parts: 1PCS USB cable+4PCS main blade(included) Charging :2 ways (USB & Controller available) Charging time: about 40mins Battery:3.7V100mAH Li-poly Flying time: About 4 minutes Flying distance: about 20 meters
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The controller is Xbox sized which makes it easier to hold for children over the much larger X5C controller.
My only complaint would be charging which is why I gave this 4-stars. I can't tell if it's the cable or the port on the quadcopter but mine doesn't plug in and stay. I have to be extremely careful when attaching the cable as it falls out easily making charging a real pain. If charging wasn't a pain this would definitely be a 5. It's likely that my quadcopter or cable is faulty and causing the issue. The battery is built in so no swapping batteries but it's an indoor toy so you likely won't need to fly very long.
I have purchased many quadcopters for personal fun and as gifts including the X8C, X5C, X11, and the X12s
The Syma X12S has already failed twice (exchanged the first, returned the second). Each copy lasted about a week (20-30 flights). The first started to get a weak motor (the propeller spun freely but low power). The second one just started losing power all around and eventually could not get more than a couple of feet off the ground.
The others quads I have had zero failures.
Based on that, I'd say this one is best avoided.
Quality issues aside
I think it's a nice quad when considering the low price - a good pairing with the Syma X5C in that you can use the nicer X5C controller with both. Of course, the low cost comes with some compromises...
Flight characteristic are OK; no where near the precision and responsiveness of the Blade models, but good for the price.
The Blade models can also easily be paired with nicer transmitters (controllers) whereas doing so with the X12S is possible but less straight-forward.
The built-in LIPO battery is not intended to be replaced. I suggest looking for a model that takes a replaceable battery when you shop because LIPO batteries do not last forever and are cheap to replace.
Some quads are designed so that parts can easily ordered and replaced. Neither is the case for the X12S - it appears to be designed for disposal after anything breaks.
I had abused my other two x12 quads. The only ways got one to break was by flying into the ceiling fan on high. It broke one of the solders to one of the motors and became a crippled tri-copter.