FuriBee F36 2.4GHz 4CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter - Orange £6.87 Delivered - GearBest
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FuriBee F36 2.4GHz 4CH 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter - Orange £6.87 Delivered - GearBest

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Found 9th Nov
Update 20/11 Orange version now dropped - use code BFF36UK

Nice review of this beginner quadcopter, at 45% off.

Was looking for a beginner quadcopter, saw the Gamiss orange coloured £7.10 deal here, looked around at GearBest and found the Cyan colour at cheaper price.

Main Features:
2.4GHz control system:
Ensures the stronger anti-interference performance and powerful signal

360-degree flip:
The quadcopter will flip forward / backward / leftward / rightward according to your instructions

6 axis gyro:
Provides the best stability during indoor and outdoor flight

Colorful LED light:
The drone will shine in the darkness, shows you the right flying direction and gives you a special look

Super mini design:
Easy to carry, takes it into your pocket and enjoys flight anywhere anytime

Tumbling skill:
It can realize 3D tumbling in four directions with colorful LED lights

Speed switch:
High-low speed modes can be changed by the transmitter

Longer propeller usage life:
4 safety guard-protected propellers prevent collision and damage

20 Comments

Excellent price for this beginner quadcopter, supposed to be much more powerful/punchy than the Eachine E010/JJRC/RedPawz etc.

This can however use the same batteries as the other quads mentioned, so if you need more I would recommend searching for Eachine E010 batteries on Banggood.com and there's a few good options on there. Definitely needed as flight time is aruond 4-minutes so quite hard to practice if you have only one battery and have to wait an hour for it to recharge.

Gearbest do spare Furibee batteries for £1.44 though you have to pay some shipping
gearbest.com/rc-…tml

Oddly it seems to cost less to get 2 shipped than 1.

What is the shipping time any clues thinking for xmas gifts ?

chickers0411 m ago

What is the shipping time any clues thinking for xmas gifts ?


Should be fine. I've waited up to about 29-30 days before to get stuff from them. However, it's coming up to Christmas so that may delay things.

32398844-2fduh.jpgWhy does
it ask for passport etc

steve2rule39 m ago

[Image] Why doesit ask for passport etc


I've never been asked for that. Are you paying via PayPal?

I'd give them the postcode again but put "-" for the rest. Some people don't have passports or middle names!

It is showing £12.70 now.

Thanks back to £6.96. I paid about £12 for this and went for the 2 extra batteries

Original Poster

hipko17 h, 26 m ago

It is showing £12.70 now.


i believe when you try to put any code during checkout it will change into its normal price, so try remove the code

Anyone know if it's possible to fly two of these at the same time without interference, eg to race?
Do you have to get different colours or is there any other way to tell frequency?

nathankw10th Nov

Anyone know if it's possible to fly two of these at the same time without …Anyone know if it's possible to fly two of these at the same time without interference, eg to race?Do you have to get different colours or is there any other way to tell frequency?


2.4GHz frequency, they shouldn't interfere with one another.

Thank you. Ordered for myself for Christmas day (that way I won't be disappointed when I just get Lynx and socks).

KinanswerMe34 m ago

Thank you. Ordered for myself for Christmas day (that way I won't be …Thank you. Ordered for myself for Christmas day (that way I won't be disappointed when I just get Lynx and socks).

But code don't work for me ???

bodolf31 m ago

But code don't work for me ???


Code worked for me 2 minutes ago.

Code doesnt seem to work for all? Im trying and just says this code is for another product, and iv tried both orange and cyan, any way to fix it?

worked for me !

thanks

NOT WORKING NOW .

Thanks OP

Just ordered the orange one with code for £6.87, now the long wait

Just ordered one for my daughter, the code only works if you select the one without the batteries and then add batteries separately. Fingered crossed it comes before xmas

So, these days we don't get to fly it in our back gardens (unless we have no neighbours or a >100m diameter garden).
trustedreviews.com/new…402
"50 metres away from people and private property"

Maybe we could fly it indoors (and some parks/countryside)?
This page seems like it would be useful for Londoners (lots of London places to fly/not fly):

A long thread on the F36 (various mods etc.):
rcgroups.com/for…ler
Edited by: "EQL" 20th Nov
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