Title : Estes 4606 Proto X Nano R/C Quadcopter (Colors Vary, Black or White)
Description : Estes brand Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Ready to Fly Proto X Nano Quadcopter from Estes. For Ages 14 and Above. For Indoor Use Only. FEATURES: Plastic body with window and trim detailLED light indicates front and back of the heli, and also helps inlow light flying4-channel 2.4GHz Radio with digital trimsFour micro motors100mAh 3.7V LiPo batteryUSB charge cordOne-piece PCB frameYOU WILL RECEIVE: RTF Proto X Nano Quadcopter, 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, USB ChargeCord, 4 spare rotor blades, and InstructionsREQUIREMENTS: AAA Batteries: Two for transmitterSPECIFICATIONS: DIMENSIONS: 1.8 x 1.8 (45 x 45mm)Weight: 0.40oz (11.5g)COMMENTS: For additional information or support for this item, please usethese resources: Email: airsu…
- FEATURES: Plastic body with window and trim detail LED light indicates front and back of the heli and also helps in low light flying 4-channel 2.4GHz
- INCLUDES: RTF Proto X Nano Quadcopter, 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, USB Charge Cord, 4 spare rotor blades and Instructions
- REQUIRES: AAA Batteries: Two for transmitter
Category: RC Helicopters
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Rating : 4.1
Rating : 312
Review : Great little toy multirotor.
I am a dedicated flyboy and subscribe to the all the RC helicopter magazines. I have built my own “large scale” multirotors including a 700mm Hexcopter. I say this so you know that I consider this a serious hobby and I have a lot of experience in it.
This is the smallest and one of the most fun multirotors I’ve every played with. It’s 2″x2″ and flies WAY better than you’d expect anything that size has a right to. The gyro keeps it very stable yet it’s very quick when you press on the sticks.
The controller is a full 4 channel 2.4ghz digital radio transmitter. This is not some cheap infrared transmitter that you can’t use with the blinds up. It responds quickly to the controls and there is a “trim” option on the right stick (Though with the gyro you’ll actually never want to use that.) The sticks are very stiff, but with a bit of working them in you should be able to loosen them up.
Flight time is about 4-6 minutes and charge time is about 40…