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FQ777-124 Pocket Drone 4CH 6Axis Gyro Quadcopter With Switchable Controller RTF £9.35 @ banggood.com
FQ777-124 Pocket Drone 4CH 6Axis Gyro Quadcopter With Switchable Controller RTF £9.35 @ banggood.com

FQ777-124 Pocket Drone 4CH 6Axis Gyro Quadcopter With Switchable Controller RTF £9.35 @ banggood.com

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The MINI POCKET DRONE is set up with CF mode (headless) and one key return, which shows this drone is well developed and considered.
Unique printing and attractive colour design,Small size allows you to fly indoor with limited space.
The MINI POCKET DRONE special designed controller is also a storage box for the drone and spare parts.
The special controller can achieve: carry the drone/carry spare parts/recharge the drone, also it can be put in your pocket.
Therefore, you can enjoy flying this mini drone anywhere & anytime.
Controller is designed with MODE1/MODE2 one key swith, which allows everyone to play this drone, no matter you are mode1er/mode2er.
Rotor protector is included, as well as landing gears, which are double protection for the rotors and motors, also avoid anyone to get injury.
Controller includes a charging cable allows you to charge the drone by batteries in the controller. Also USB cable is available.
Lipo battery built-in charge and discharge protection, while powerful motors performs perfect fliping.

Function:
MODE1&MODE2 switch
CF mode (headless mode)
one key return
360°rolling action

USB Charger RTF
Product Material: Modified nylon,ABS,transparent PS + K-resin
Channel: 4CH
Gyro: 6 Axis
Remote Frequency: 2.4G
Flight Duration: about 4'40" / 5'10"(without landing gear and protector)
Flight weight: 13g
Remote Control Distance: 50 meters
Recharging Time: 20mins
Battery For Quadcopter: 3.7V 100 mAh/25C(included)
Battery For Transmiter: 4 x AA Battery (not included)
Color: Black/White/Red/Blue
Quadcopter Size: 7x7x2.7cm
Controller Size: 14x8.5x4.1cm
Color Box Size:16x10x6cm
Camera: N/A
AV Transmitter: N/A
Package Weight: 175g

11 Comments

£8.99 if you buy three

Nice find

I'd spend another 80p and get this.

m.banggood.com/Eac…tml

Much better drone and can be modded to fly acro

hi
i have been looking for a cheap drone for my 10 year old lad.
are these easy to control ?
are thy easy to break?
i saw one in b&m for £14.99 and was going to look at that...a syma w12s
any thoughts?

thanks

I have both the fq777 and the h8 (and a few others) by far the easiest to start off with is the Syma X5C which you can probably pick up for about £25-30. The H8 and Fq777 are quite durable and will both withstand a few crashes (mainly because they are so light) but neither are as easy to fly as the Syma

Edited by: "colgrigson" 29th Sep 2016

I'd steer clear as the one I ordered from them failed to charge the battery when I first needed it to, and they said this did not count as DOA and would not refund me.

colgrigson

I have both the fq777 and the h8 (and a few others) by far the easiest to … I have both the fq777 and the h8 (and a few others) by far the easiest to start off with is the Syma X5C which you can probably pick up for about £25-30. The H8 and Fq777 are quite durable and will both withstand a few crashes (mainly because they are so light) but neither are as easy to fly as the Syma


hi
i was only hoping to pay around a tenner as its just a little extra for his birthday......so would you say the H8 was best?

groggy

hii was only hoping to pay around a tenner as its just a little extra for … hii was only hoping to pay around a tenner as its just a little extra for his birthday......so would you say the H8 was best?


Definitely, it is very popular with modders which usually speaks well for a drone. Any bits are easily available if something does get broken. I'd probably order a couple of extra batteries too though to extend the flight time a bit.

Original Poster

colgrigson

I have both the fq777 and the h8 (and a few others) by far the easiest to … I have both the fq777 and the h8 (and a few others) by far the easiest to start off with is the Syma X5C which you can probably pick up for about £25-30. The H8 and Fq777 are quite durable and will both withstand a few crashes (mainly because they are so light) but neither are as easy to fly as the Syma



I have a couple of fq777's and Syma X8C so far

colgrigson

I'd spend another 80p and get … I'd spend another 80p and get this.http://m.banggood.com/Eachine-H8-Mini-Headless-Mode-2_4G-4CH-6-Axis-RC-Quadcopter-RTF-p-975808.html Much better drone and can be modded to fly acro



​what's acro?

what he said ^^^^
what is it?

poisondwarf

what he said ^^^^what is it?


Effectively it turns off self levelling so push stick to the right and then release it will keep sliding to the right. It's hard to explain but for fpv it is the ultimate way to fly and this cheap little quad will give you a way to get started with acro without risking an expensive quad.

This fella explains it better
youtu.be/mVo…Sak

Edited by: "colgrigson" 8th Oct 2016
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