Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter – Orange

Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter – Orange

Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter – Orange

Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter - Orange

  • CX-10 nano RC quadcopter UFO
  • Light,durable airframe which prolongs flight time effectively
  • 6-axis design, which makes the gyroscope adjustable, promoting flying stability. So incredibly stable, perfect even for novice pilots
  • Flight time will be up to 4-8 minutes. Powered by a piece of rechargeable 3.7V 100mAh lithium battery (Included)
  • Features 3-level of adjustable speed. Cool flashing LED light for night flight

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 Inclu

List Price: $ 39.99

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  • M. Woodhams
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Easy to fly, really hard to break., February 2, 2015
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    This thing is amazing and seriously fun to fly. I was really skeptical that something so small or inexpensive would actually fly. I actually laughed when I saw how small it was in person. I was imagining those cheap tiny helicopters that break the day after Christmas. This is not one of those… This thing is easy to fly (my first quadcopter) and indestructible. I literally crash it every single time I put it in the air and it’s still running like a champ. No rotors have broken, after hundreds of times hitting curtains, walls, ceiling fans, wood floors etc. I have a 16 ft ceiling, so this thing has some momentum when it hits the ground. I have put a few cracks in the top shell, but it doesn’t seem to care. I’ll eventually fix them with some glue.

    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.

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    July 28, 2014 at 8:51 am
  • Maxime Manuel "M Square"
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Flies like a bee. I love the buzzing sound., November 16, 2014
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    Really good quad and stable. It flies like fly. I love the buzzing sound. Battery should have been replaceable.

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    July 28, 2014 at 8:52 am
  • Steven S.
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Five Stars, November 20, 2014
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    This review is from: Seresroad CX-10 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro LED Rechargeable Mini Nano RC UFO Quadcopter – Orange (Toy)
    Great little quad. A little more durable than the Estes Proto X.

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    July 28, 2014 at 9:49 am

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