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SYMA X12S-W 4CH 2.4G Nano Quadcopter

May 4, 2015 - Comment

Up/down, left/turn right, forward/backward /sideward with 360 eversion 2 speed is available 2 frequency is 6axis ,may throw out to fly Spare parts: 1PCS USB cable+4PCS main blade(included) Charging :2 ways (USB & Controller available) Charging time: about 40mins Battery:3.7V100mAH Li-poly Flying time: About 4 minutes Flying distance: about 20 meters Product Features Stabile Flight

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Up/down, left/turn right, forward/backward /sideward with 360 eversion 2 speed is available 2 frequency is 6axis ,may throw out to fly Spare parts: 1PCS USB cable+4PCS main blade(included) Charging :2 ways (USB & Controller available) Charging time: about 40mins Battery:3.7V100mAH Li-poly Flying time: About 4 minutes Flying distance: about 20 meters

Product Features

  • Stabile Flight Characteristics
  • Easy to Fly
  • Great for Beginners

Comments

Quisp says:

Great little quad Great little quad. In Normal mode is good for a beginner, forgiving and a good way to become familiar with the flight. In high speed it really moves. The transmitter surprised me as it was not as small as many so it was easier to use. Durable as well. Had a few rough landings(crashes) and it took them with no problems. The only down side is the lights. They would be better on the bottom. A god size for indoors and works great outdoors also.

Mike in CO says:

Solid and Fun Nano Quad The Syma X12 is my first nano quad and my initial impression was and continues to be that it is durable, responsive, and a good time. It makes a fun noise and is quite quick when you want it to be. It’s fun to zip around the house and when you do get carried away, at least so far, it survives well bouncing off things and landing in a less than elegant fashion; of course, remember to kill the throttle as soon as you crash. It has been quite forgiving and durable so far. You can make small…

Stotes says:

So much fun… and has withstood a relatively large degree of punishment (although I’ve gotten much better). I bought this lil guy on a whim after several weeks of day dreaming about someday owning and operating a quad for the purposes of arial photography/video. After considering the risk vs benefits of making my first RC flyer purchase a big one, I got my wits about me and decided to start small- really small… and OMG, I’m glad that I did! I confess that I’ve been a clumsy pilot, to say the absolute least, and I’m absolutely astonished at how resilient this machine has been! On countless…

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