Dromida Ominus Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Quadcopter Ready-to-Fly (RTF) Drone with Radio System, Batteries and USB Charger (Red) – Reviews & Compare Deals

Dromida Ominus Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Quadcopter Ready-to-Fly (RTF) Drone with Radio System, Batteries and USB Charger (Red) – Reviews & Compare Deals
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; Flies like a dream for everyone from beginners to seasoned pros thanks to four flight modes and an advanced stabilization system.; Built to bounce back from hard landings and everyday impacts. Refer user manual below.; Bright, colored LEDs help you orient in the air and track day or night.; Auto-Flip function flips your quad with a simple radio button-push.; Includes a fully assembled quadcopter, 2.4GHz radio, rechargeable LiPo battery, USB charger, AAA batteries, and extra set of blades.; There is no camera for the Ominus, but a new model was released that does have a camera.

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Dromida Ominus Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Quadcopter Ready-to-Fly (RTF) Drone with Radio System, Batteries and USB Charger (Red)

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  • Flies like a dream for everyone from beginners to seasoned pros thanks to four flight modes and...
  • Built to bounce back from hard landings and everyday impacts. Refer user manual below.
  • Bright, colored LEDs help you orient in the air and track day or night.
  • Auto-Flip function flips your quad with a simple radio button-push.
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Toy
Brand
Dromida
Color
Red/White
Label
Hobbico Inc
Manufacturer Maximum Age
1080
Manufacturer Minimum Age
180
Manufacturer Parts Warranty Description
Parts
Number Of Items
1
Package Quantity
1
Product Group
Hobby
Publisher
Hobbico Inc
Size
medium sized - bigger than hand held models
Studio
Hobbico Inc
Warranty
see mfg website
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Easy to fly. Nearly impossible to break.Whatever your skill level, from beginner to pro, you'll be able to enjoy thrilling multirotor performance with the four flight modes (Easy, Normal, Advanced and Expert) of the Dromida Ominus UAV. Its long, 12-15 minute flight times give you maximum airtime to practice and perfect your maneuvers. An advanced 3-axis gyro/accelerometer makes it super-stable, while an Auto-Flip function flips your quad with a simple radio button-push. You can track your flight by following the built-in, high-intensity LEDs. The Ominus is incredibly tough, so the action goes on even after rough landings. Plus, you can enjoy this amazing flying machine as soon as you take it out of the box...everything you need is included!Features:Easy to fly indoors or outdoorsLED lights for easy day or night trackingFour flight modes: Easy, Normal, Advanced, ExpertThree axis gyro stabilization, and three accelerometers for smooth and level flightsPerforms flips at the touch of a...

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  1. Update 1/1/15: Apparently the “secret code” I shared helped bring other dead copters back to life. Here it is in easier to follow format for those still suffering from this problem. The exact transcript from the manufacturer is below in my 12/22 update.1. Hold in the right stick and press the left stick in 4 times.2. Push the throttle trim all the way up and wait for the rear red LED to flash quickly.3. Press in the left stick to save it and then bring the throttle trim back to center.Also updated to 4 stars. It is a 5 star flyer -1 for my trouble.——————————Update 12/22/14: I returned the copter after replacing the control board (At my expense) and they sent it back in flying shape with this note in the box:”We calibrated the new control board you installed to your transmitter. We did this by holding in the right stick and press the left stick in 4 times. Next push the throttle trim all the way up and wait for the rear red LED to flash quickly. Then press in the left stick to save it and then bring the throttle trim back to center.”It sounds like instructions to Street Fighter secret moves. But it flies now.I took it to an open field yesterday and let’er rip. This thing really flies when it flies at all.——————————Update 11/20/14: I contacted support from the manufacturer by email and they responded in one day with “It sounds like a faulty control board” and notified me that “I have replaced your control board for you. It should arrive in 3 – 10 business days.” I will update this review when the part arrives with the results.—————————-I flew it twice and now it will not start. I am hoping someone else has this problem and (Hopefully) knows how to fix it. I already contacted support and am waiting for a response. Here is what happened.After flying for the 2nd time I charged the battery and put it back in for a 3rd flight. The lights came on, and the LED started the fast blink when I powered up the remote, as it is supposed to, but the motor will not turn. It just sits on the floor with all the lights working. I changed the batteries in the remote, disconnected/reconnected charged battery, nothing seems to work.I wonder if the motor already burned out after flying twice. That would explain the symptoms. But the last flight concluded with a safe powered landing. It seems like if the motor were to fail it would happen mid-flight.If this thing would fly again it would deserve more stars. It really is fun to fly.Hopefully I will update this review with news of being airborne again.

  2. Flies great and lots of fun but not totally indestructible. After 3 days one of the arms broke where the motor attaches. The weakest part of the arm as well. Arms are part of the entire mainframe not individually replaceable. Not an expensive part, less than 5 bucks, but not looking forward to taking apart and rebuilding the entire thing. Also using the lectron pro 750 mah battery which are great. Longer flight time and cheaper than stock batteryEdit: so after watching this videohttps://youtu.be/AoCBm3Nu6sM I saw this guy had same exact damage that I had. So I took his advice and I’m back up flying. I just used a good motor cover off one of the good arms and swapped it with the broken one. The broken motor cover will work fine on a arm that’s not damaged. A simple drop of crazy glue was all I needed. I just couldn’t wait till monday for the frame and motor covers to be delivered. So I’m changing my rating to 5 stars cuz this thing is so much fun and replacement parts are very inexpensive. Thank you bash or die youtube guys

  3. This is the 3rd one i’ve purchased. this latest one was a gift, the other 2 were for me.Very durable i must have crashed it a hundred times racing around the yard.i eventually destroyed the frame on first one and bought another (saving the first one for spare parts)PROS-durable-good battery life (15 min doing tricks)-extra props in the box-can change the sensitivity of the controls to fly slower (in the house)CONS-needs to sometimes be reset (re bound to the controller) unplug turn controller off back on and replug the battery in.-one sheet flyer manual in the box (if you go online there is a full manual) full manual has instructions on re-bind to controller and the various flying / gyro modes that you can put it inhttp://www.dromida.com/air/dide01xx-ominus/manuals.html-USB charger (if your computer goes to sleep it probably wont charge) i charge mine off a hub plugged into a wall outlet

  4. I’ll give the Ominus 5 stars because it is tough, fast, and a heck of a lot of fun to fly. Coming from the perspective of a fairly experienced RC pilot of mostly planes, a bit of experience with CP helis and a Blade 180 QX quad, this thing is Quick! If you are looking for your first quad and have the money, go for the Blade. It flies smoother, like it’s on rails and is simply much more stable. But, for the money, and if you have some flying experience you’ll have a blast with the Ominus. It is more, I’d guess you might say “twitchy”, but you can really throw it around and go crazy. The auto flip works very well but it is really cool to do it manually with the Blade. Again the Blade is Much smoother. The lights are the main reason I bought the Ominus and I hate to say it, but they are just OK. I made a long sweeping turn out over my local flying (hay) field about the second night I had it and got out a bit too far and a bit too high. The colored lights were no help at all in orientation at that distance, but fortunatley the bright red “tail-light” showed up pretty well. I let the Ominus settle in to a hover, twiddled the left stick until the tail light showed and carefully “backe up” until I got the little bugger back to me. Overall the quality is fine. I have had no trouble with the brushed motors on mine, but I did break them in before flying aggressively. Do this by running them slowly, letting the quad sit on the floor. I ran 2 batteries out this way and then started flying gently for a couple more, then went crazy. If you’ve never flown anything at all it will probably be a bit of a handfull for you, but it is tough and with a bit of caution you should be OK.

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