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Estes 4606 Proto X Nano R/C Quadcopter, Black

February 24, 2014 - Comment

Estes brand Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Ready to Fly Proto X Nano Quadcopter from Estes. For Ages 14 and Above. For Indoor Use Only. FEATURES: Plastic body with window and trim detailLED light indicates front and back of the heli, and also helps inlow light flying4-channel 2.4GHz Radio with digital trimsFour micro motors100mAh 3.7V

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Estes brand Electric Powered, 2.4GHz Radio Controlled,
Ready to Fly Proto X Nano Quadcopter from Estes.
For Ages 14 and Above.
For Indoor Use Only.
FEATURES: Plastic body with window and trim detail
LED light indicates front and back of the heli, and also helps in
low light flying
4-channel 2.4GHz Radio with digital trims
Four micro motors
100mAh 3.7V LiPo battery
USB charge cord
One-piece PCB frame
YOU WILL RECEIVE: RTF Proto X Nano Quadcopter, 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, USB Charge
Cord, 4 spare rotor blades, and Instructions
REQUIREMENTS: AAA Batteries: Two for transmitter
SPECIFICATIONS: DIMENSIONS: 1.8 x 1.8 (45 x 45mm)
Weight: 0.40oz (11.5g)
COMMENTS: For additional information or support for this item, please use
these resources:
Email: airsupport@hobbico. com
Web Site: http: //www. hobbico. com/
Phone: 217-398-8970
Due to its very small size, the Proto-X has a built-in LiPo battery
that is not designed for replacement. Attempting to remove or
replace the Lipo battery will likely damage the quadcopter. In
addition, precise placement of the battery is critical for proper
CG, balance and performance and isn’t recommended for consumer
replacement.
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Product Features

  • FEATURES: Plastic body with window and trim detail LED light indicates front and back of the heli and also helps in low light flying 4-channel 2.4GHz
  • INCLUDES: RTF Proto X Nano Quadcopter, 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, USB Charge Cord, 4 spare rotor blades and Instructions
  • REQUIRES: AAA Batteries: Two for transmitter

Comments

Bryan Lyon "Bryan Lyon" says:

Great little toy multirotor. I am a dedicated flyboy and subscribe to the all the RC helicopter magazines. I have built my own “large scale” multirotors including a 700mm Hexcopter. I say this so you know that I consider this a serious hobby and I have a lot of experience in it.This is the smallest and one of the most fun multirotors I’ve every played with. It’s 2″x2″ and flies WAY better than you’d expect anything that size has a right to. The gyro keeps it very stable yet it’s very quick when you press on the sticks.The controller is a full 4 channel 2.4ghz digital radio transmitter. This is not some cheap infrared transmitter that you can’t use with the blinds up. It responds quickly to the controls and there is a “trim” option on the right stick (Though with the gyro you’ll actually never want to use that.) The sticks are very stiff, but with a bit of working them in you should be able to loosen them up.Flight time is about 4-6 minutes and charge time is about 40…

Indetrucks says:

Wow… this thing is a blast! I picked this up over the weekend at my local Hobby Store for $39.99.I have plenty of the Infrared Syma indoor choppers and this thing blows the doors off of them!This is not only faster in every aspect, but it can also be flown outdoors in the sunlight.They are way fun and sound cool. They literally sound like an overgrown horse fly buzzing around.I have crashed this thing from 20 feet up straight down and it survives with no problems. I have smashed it in to walls and my buddies head… no problems.The unit comes with 4 extra props, a USB charging cord for the quad chopper, and a tiny remote control.You need 2 AAA batteries for the remote and a small Philips (eye glasses style) screw driver to put the batteries in.Best if flown with a lot of room because it really does move SUPER fast. Probably 4x faster than the Syma choppers in all directions.$40 for this piece of technology?? WOW… wish these were…

S. Michel says:

All I can say is WOW! This quadcopter is SMALL. I mean really small. It fits in your hand with landscape to spare. And it flies remarkably well. Its auto-level capability is superb. The range is decent for something this small. I have flown it on a still night to the height of 40 foot trees. It has the battery under the black canopy and flight times are ‘ok’. If you merely hover around, expect times of around 5 minutes. If you’re aggressive and zip around, chop that by 30%.You must turn on the transmitter first… then flip on the quad by a tiny little switch on its underside. Set it down on a flat surface and it will acquire its artificial horizon. I discovered that occasionally you’ll need to reset the horizon, and that is easily done by holding the throttle/rudder (left stick) all the way to the right and down, and flip the aileron/elevator (right stick) all the way left and right quickly 4 or 5 times quickly. The front blue LEDs will blink two or three times telling you its…

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