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Hubsan Nano Q4 Quadcopter Drone £9.99 Free Delivery @ ebuyer

£9.99 @ Ebuyer
Hubsan Nano Q4 Quadcopter Drone at Ebuyer for £9.99, Great fun for under a tenner, Worlds smallest RC quadcopter Drone!! Lightweight and easy to fly 4 channel 2.4 Ghz Radio control Perfect fo…
youldyboy Avatar
6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
Hubsan Nano Q4 Quadcopter Drone at Ebuyer for £9.99,

Great fun for under a tenner,

Worlds smallest RC quadcopter Drone!!
Lightweight and easy to fly
4 channel 2.4 Ghz Radio control
Perfect for flying indoors
Requires 2 x AAA batteries
100 mAh 3.7 Li-Po battery
Charge time approx. 30 minutes
Flight time approx. 5 minutes
Suitable for ages 14+

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Contents
1 x Q4 Quadcopter
1 x Q4 remote
1 x USB charging cable
4 x Spare rotor blades

Miniature Quadcopter
Multichannel channel beginner friendly
Multichannel axis flight forgiveness
Position recovery technology
4 channel beginner friendly
Built in gyroscope for stable flight
Extra rota blades
Measures approx. 5cm x 5cm
2.4GHz with digital trim
Built in red and blue LED's (night flight system)
LED's indicate front and rear of Quadcopter (thrust directors)
Tough, one piece PCB frame
Nimble and precise flight
6 axis flight
Friendly remote control design
Requires 2 x AAA batteries
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Says its easy to fly but not really. Mine lasted a few goes indoors and after a few knocks that was it. If you want it to last a bit longer use it outdoors.You can get a rotor protector for the blades and that would help its longevity.
#2
Flight time 5 mins? Sounds like a waste of time to me..
#3
Mine went over the neighboring houses. I never saw it again :(
#4
johnnyd57uk
Says its easy to fly but not really. Mine lasted a few goes indoors and after a few knocks that was it. If you want it to last a bit longer use it outdoors.You can get a rotor protector for the blades and that would help its longevity.
Chances of this carrying a prop protector are zero. But this is very good value for money unless you buy it expecting your hand eye coordination will miraculously be at a skill level that takes some investment in time to aquire.
1 Like #5
I think a lot of the reviews says it's 4 mins max flight time before you have to recharge.
#6
Good find, like these.
#7
Better off paying the extra £439 for a P3S :p
#8
TBC15
Ive got a prop protector for the hubsan so I dont know what your talking about. It arrived too late to use it as I had already crocked the unit. Bought it from Gearbest or somewhere like that. It might have been useful as its the props that get bashed easily. As for skill and coordination I have a number of larger models so no problem there. Once again I dont know what your talking about. Do you work for Ebuyer I am wondering.

Edited By: johnnyd57uk on Aug 08, 2016 21:23
#9
I've got a lot of Quadcopters and have built my own, these tiny ones are too twitchy to really be usable.

I'd look at the Eachine H8 Mini for about the same price or for a bit more (and a bit bigger), go with a Syma X5 or a Hubsan X4.
#10
I also recommend the eachine h8 for £10
#11
waynester21
Mine went over the neighboring houses. I never saw it again :(

Maybe they took it for a temporary joy ride, or something?.
1 Like #12
pimpMe
Flight time 5 mins? Sounds like a waste of time to me..

Well it's never gonna be a productive use of time, is it? :P
#13
pimpMe
Flight time 5 mins? Sounds like a waste of time to me..

Time spent doing something you enjoy isn't time wasted :)

I have one of these little drones they are great for buzzing round the office. If you got a nerf gun they are good target practise too if someone else is flying it.
#14
5mins is fine when you take into consideration that a £1000 quad only lasts 20mins
#15
johnnyd57uk
TBC15
Ive got a prop protector for the hubsan so I dont know what your talking about. It arrived too late to use it as I had already crocked the unit. Bought it from Gearbest or somewhere like that. It might have been useful as its the props that get bashed easily. As for skill and coordination I have a number of larger models so no problem there. Once again I dont know what your talking about. Do you work for Ebuyer I am wondering.
I’ve got a couple of these do you have a link to the prop protectors please.
#16
johnnyd57uk
TBC15
Ive got a prop protector for the hubsan so I dont know what your talking about. It arrived too late to use it as I had already crocked the unit. Bought it from Gearbest or somewhere like that. It might have been useful as its the props that get bashed easily. As for skill and coordination I have a number of larger models so no problem there. Once again I dont know what your talking about. Do you work for Ebuyer I am wondering.
My humble apologies, there are indeed prop protectors available. However it’s a bit like putting a milk cart on a whippet. In my experience the props tend to fall off on contact, not shatter. Advantages of protection V flight time is up to the individual, but you are correct.
#17
Says £14.49 for me... still cheap I guess

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