Newest Syma X20 Mini Pocket Drone Headless Mode 2.4Ghz Nano LED RC Quadcopter Altitude Hold Gold – Reviews & Compare Deals

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Enter your model number to make sure this fits.; Syma X20 Mini Drone is the newest drone upgraded with multi features, this 6-Axis gyro quad-rotorcraft flight can easily achieve various flight movements, and easier to control. More stable and more suitable for kids or beginners. This mini drone is very suitable for indoor playing.; Headless Mode makes easier flight: Once the fuselage direction can not be recognized, it can enter headless mode so as to continue the flight. It helps the beginner to get the hang of directional control within several minutes.; One Key Take off / Landing: one press automatically taking off or landing, remote control quadcopter will take off or go back to the position where it took off. It helps to protect the drone when it is out of control or low battery power.; Altitude Hold: Auto hovering is an altitude holding technology that lets the flying drone stabilize and suspend in mid-air automatically, even when you let go of the controls.; 360°Stunt Flip: A...
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Newest Syma X20 Mini Pocket Drone Headless Mode 2.4Ghz Nano LED RC Quadcopter Altitude Hold Gold

Newest Syma X20 Mini Pocket Drone Headless Mode 2.4Ghz Nano LED RC Quadcopter Altitude Hold Gold

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  • Syma X20 Mini Drone is the newest drone upgraded with multi features, this 6-Axis gyro...
  • Headless Mode makes easier flight: Once the fuselage direction can not be recognized, it can...
  • One Key Take off / Landing: one press automatically taking off or landing, remote control...
  • Altitude Hold: Auto hovering is an altitude holding technology that lets the flying drone...
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DoDoeleph
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Product Description Small mini can also be very interesting,Mini size, minimum size and lightest weight. easy to cross the obstacles, indoor and outdoor want to fly to fly. Color flash, keep your plane flying at night is very good. Can fly in all directions! Up / down, left / right,sideward / forward/ backward flight, turn left / right with Gyro,360 degrees rolling with hover function. Specifications: Built-in gyro: 6 Axis Channel: 4CH Remote control: 2.4G Main material: ABS Functions: Forward/backward, sideward flight, turn left/right, up/down, altitude hold, one key take off/landing, 360?? stunt flip, headless mode, fast/slow speed, LED lights. flashing light/barometer set height/6 axis gyroscope Control distance: about 20m Battery: 3.7V 180mAh li-poly(included) Hover flight time: approximately 5mins Charging time: about 50mins Flying time:about 5 minutes Battery for remote controller: 4 * AAA batteries (not included) Item size: 10.5 x 10.5 x2.5cm Box size:25x5x15cm Package...

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  1. For 30 bucks this thing is pretty hard to beat. It is able to hover in place when you let go of the joystick, which is a huge benefit. It makes it so much easier to fly than many of the other drones in this price range. Also, the controls are very precise. Some drones have a tendency to “get away” from you when you are still learning. You will make a series of over-corrections and the drone winds up spiraling further and further out of control until it crashes. With the X20, all you have to do is let go of the joystick(s), and it simply comes to a standstill in the air. It is an excellent drone for beginners, it is very forgiving and perfect for learning.It is, however, rather slow, and it doesn’t do terribly well outdoors. Don’t get me wrong, it will fly outdoors, sure, but it is going to struggle against the slightest breeze. This drone is clearly best suited for indoor flight.Flight times can vary depending on what you are doing. If you are crashing it a lot and having to do multiple take-offs, then it is going to kill the battery in like 6 or 7 minutes. However, if you are skilled enough to keep it in the air for as long as you wish, then it will last much, much longer. Closer to 10 minutes.The package comes with a USB charging cable for your laptop, as well as a set of replacement props.

  2. I got this drone because I wanted something I can fly indoors. I started with a bigger drone, but it was not precise enough to fly indoors. This drone is tiny and very accurate. It is very easy to fly indoors, and in fact I’ve been flying it all over the house. I had a good impression of Syma already because I owned a Syma RC helicopter a while back, and it was impressively easy to fly. This drone is even better.The battery doesn’t last long, about 5 minutes worth of flight time. But it is a fun 5 minutes. You’ll get the thing back on the charger and can’t wait for the next flight. The manual says it takes 70 minutes to charge, but it doesn’t seem to take that long. Maybe 30 or 45 minutes? I haven’t timed it, but it’s not super long. It’s pretty average for a drone. Most “toy” drones take 45 minutes or an hour to charge for 5-7 minutes of flight time.My first flight did not go well. The drone was not calibrated to the controller to hover in place, and was drifting fast to the left and forward, but the controller can be calibrated to fix that. Better still, it remembers the calibration even when powered off. So once I got it calibrated, which took me a few flights and crashes, then it remembered the calibration setting, and I haven’t had to adjust it since. This is great news! Now I just turn it on, take off, and it hovers happily in place. It is very easy to fly. I can land it anywhere I want, pretty much. The controller has two different sensitivity settings, and the low sensitivity is perfect for indoors. However, the drone can also be flown outdoors! I was skeptical about this, since it’s so light and easily blown about by the wind, but at the high sensitivity setting on the controller, the drone easily has enough power to compensate for light winds. I wouldn’t try it in strong wind, but light breezes are no problem.I have actually taken to flying it outdoors more than indoors lately, because it is maneuverable, fast, and stable. I almost lost it on one outdoor flight. I took it really far, and I finally decided to just pull it down from the sky where it was, because it was almost out of sight behind some trees. I ended up crashing it on the roof of a tall building. It hit the roof pretty hard, bounced (yes, bounced!), and took to the air again. I continued cutting power because I didn’t know which way it was oriented, and the drone vanished from view somewhere near the building. It found it after about 10 minutes of searching. It had crash landed upside down in the grass about 20 feet from the roof. There was some dirt on the blades, but no other visible damage. I wiped the dirt off with my fingers, powered it up again and the drone was happily back to the air. A+ for crash resistance.Someone commented that the drone has backward lighting compared to the normal. This drone has red lights in front and green lights in back, which is opposite compared to other drones. That can take some getting used to. The drone has a trick mode and can do flips. It’s pretty fun.Overall, this easily gets 5 stars. Fantastic flying experience.

  3. This is a great little drone! I just got it today. It is easy to maneuver, very responsive. The controls aren’t exaggerated, meaning it doesn’t hit the ceiling as soon as you touch it. It only took a little while to get used to flying it because the controls work so well. I did crash it quite a few times and it seems to take it just fine, even recovering and continuing to fly most of the time. I love the compact size. It is easy to store in the sturdy box it came in. It comes fully assembled and the box has a plastic tray that the drone and controller fit right into. I won’t have to worry about my cat playing with it when I’m not around.Now for the bad – the battery only lasts about 5 minutes. I wish it lasted at least 15 but I guess they can’t put that much power in a tiny battery. On the plus side, it charges pretty fast, like 30 minutes (though the manual says 70). It has an indicator light when it is charging that shuts off when it’s full. It’s definitely a good buy for the money and probably a great first drone to get used to using one. Oh, be sure to have AAA batteries on hand, as you will need four of these for the controller.For a good demonstration of this thing in flight, check the top review for it with the video. That’s what convinced me to buy it.

  4. Fun to fly indoors. Good altitude hold made the difference. It allows the beginner to concentrate on the other toggle to control left, right, forward, backwards without constantly adjusting altitude. Altitude hold doesn’t hold perfectly in place but it’s good enough for the price. The higher speed 2 setting is more fun once you get used to speed 1. This is my 3rd drone purchase since the holidays. Because it’s so fun. All my purchases were other models and makers though. Those other 2 were a chalIenge to learn on and control because they didn’t have altitude hold feature and required constant attention to control height. I plan on buying this one again for myself and for family and friends that I know would enjoy it. My 6 year old niece was able to fly this relatively well with close supervision on her 2nd time. She’ll get better. The directions are a little hard to understand but I got it after awhile. It was written by someone who’s native tongue is not english. But I only know english so kudo’s to their effort. This manual is better than other translated ones I have encountered. Charging time is totally incorrect in the manual. It says 70 minute charge time. But it’s 20 minutes for me from the USB port on laptop and flight time is 4 to 5 min.The red light goes out on the drone when charging is complete.

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