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March 18, 2014 - Comment

This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered, Ready for Action Dart Quad Copter from Estes. For Ages 14 and Above For Indoor Use Only FEATURES: 2.4GHz radio gives total control-roll forward and backward or flip left to right and back again Blue LED “eyes” on front of body LiPo flight battery USB charger plugs

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This is the 2.4GHz Radio Controlled, Electric Powered, Ready for Action Dart Quad Copter from Estes. For Ages 14 and Above For Indoor Use Only FEATURES: 2.4GHz radio gives total control-roll forward and backward or flip left to right and back again Blue LED “eyes” on front of body LiPo flight battery USB charger plugs into computer INCLUDES: Dart Quad Copter with 2.4GHz Radio, LiPo Battery, Charger, four extra Rotor Blades, USB Charge Cord and Instructions REQUIRES: Four AAA Batteries SPECS: Length: 4.6″ (118 mm) Rotor Diameter: 2.1″ (54mm) Weight: 0.9oz (24.4g) Range: 100′ (30.5m)

Product Features

  • Has a “beginner” flight mode and an “expert” flight mode
  • Rolls forward and backward and even flips left to right
  • Cool blue LED eyes
  • USB Charger

Comments

Macdaman says:

Responsive, and fun 0

Matt W. says:

Use Advanced Flight Mode Received this as a gift and thought it was a nifty toy. Later we were SUPER impressed when we finally read the instructions and discovered there was an “advanced” flight mode. The advanced flight mode gives this the feel of an advanced r/c with sensitive controls and sharp, quick maneuvering.If you do get one, know that it is fragile (just like any other flying r/c) and also read the instructions to enable the advanced mode so that you can actually control the thing (in the…

Anonymous says:

This one really works well. The only bad thing is it outflew its range when my child wanted to see how high it would go. It went way over the high oaks, somewhere into the void. Either a Robin is raising it in its nest, or the neighbors will soon sue. It kept flying somewhere! When I kept it restricted to the house, it was fun to watch it fly. Controls were pretty stable. Only the dog hated it, but never attacked it. After all, who’d want to bite a flying bug that size?! Or almost any…

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