This little drone is best for new fliers wishing to learn the basics of flight. A very good indoor flier, its propeller protection should allow you to bump into most objects, walls, and ceiling, and stay flying. But not so much an outdoor flier as the propeller guards tend to catch the wind. Find it here
– It's inexpensive.
– Good learn to fly drone for learning the basics and stick movement.
– Altitude hold, auto takeoff and landing, headless mode, and one key return.
– Good flight time for such a small drone at over 8 minutes. Spare batteries are also cheap and widely available (3.7V 350mah with white Losi connector).
– Not very good in wind. The propeller guards can catch the wind and push the drone.
– The motors took a while to stop after landing on low battery.
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