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  • TEC.BEAN X902 BlackWidow Mini RC Quadcopter

    If you have flown a quadcopter before, yes - you can fly this too. Even if you don’t have never flown - this is a great small quad to take you on board of drone flying. This works best indoors. It’s fun to have something to use indoors that flies through narrow doors or small rooms. Make sure you leave your dogs out (or even a cat). It’s so tiny, a little larger than £2 coin.

    Highlight: All around protection - It’s NOT just a buzzword! Curved propeller guards protects crashes from sides, down and top. Also check out the size comparison to DBPower X705C

    Comes in a well presented box, the remote control with the quadcopter and an extra set of blades. What a great idea, RF remote itself is small but looks a lot bigger due to the tiny size of quadcopter. Manual has all the necessary details and right on point with pictures. It’s really looks like black widow spider!

    You will get less than 5 minutes of flying time, that goes considerably lower when you start doing tricks / stunts. For the remote you need 3 x AAA batteries, which are not supplied. Quadcopter has builtin battery, which can be recharged via supplied USB cable.

    Flying is not that difficult for those who flown small quadcopter (not DJI). But if you are a first time user you may find it bit difficult as from the point it takes off you need to use your controls to keep it steady, so keeping steady and manuovring need a bit of practice. Once you master that it’s easy to fly.
    All round protection
    But the basic idea is to switch on the drone on a flat ground. Micro adjustments on the right side of control gives better accuracy or both levers to right down resets the drone. All these will come in handy in case the drone acts crazy. ie. flying towards left / right / uncontrollable. Also worth to check and clean the motor / blades, as tiny hair etc could potentially ruin the balance.

    Please check out the pictures to see the quality and size in real life. Overall a good buy and cheapest way to own a drone. I’ll try to get a video footage and attached to review, when I get a chance.

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