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Syma X1 4 Channel 2.4G RC Quad Copter – Spacecraft

February 24, 2014 - Comment

Product Overview The Syma X1 4-Channel Quad copter brings a new element to radio control helicopters, and a completely different experience of flying – balance, control, and flips are a refreshing change and new process of learning to fly. 3D flips Stability and agility in flight simplify professional 3D maneuvers like pirouettes 3D fun flips

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Product Overview

The Syma X1 4-Channel Quad copter brings a new element to radio control helicopters, and a completely different experience of flying – balance, control, and flips are a refreshing change and new process of learning to fly.

3D flips

Stability and agility in flight simplify professional 3D maneuvers like pirouettes 3D fun flips ,rolls, and more.

2.4GHz Radio control

With use of the newer 2.4GHz technology, the Syma X1 has the characteristics of longer control distance, strong anti-interference ability,small power consumption, and rapid response.

3-Axis

The latest 3-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity that permits super stable flight.

3D Full flight

Various control options for those piloting the X1: Up, Down, Left, Right, Forward, Backward, Leftward flight, Rightward flight.

Features:

3 way precision controller: up/down, left/right, forward/backward

Speed up mode

360° Eversion

Two Fly Mode:Indoor/Outdoor

Built-in three axis Gyro

Removable Battery – no battery restrictions if there are problems and more flight time with additional batteries

Includes:

1x 4CH 3-axis quadcopter

1x 2.4G LCD remote

1x 3.7v 350mAh lipo battery (removable battery)

1x USB Charger

2x Main blades A

2x Main blades B

1x English Manual

Specification:

Product Battery: 3.7V/350mAh Li-po

Charging time: About 40 Minutes

Flying time: About 5-6 Minutes

Controlling distance: About 40 Meters

Frequency: 2.4G

Channel: 4 channels

Product Features

  • 3 way precision controller: up/down, left/right, forward/backward
  • Two Fly Mode:Indoor/Outdoor
  • 360° Eversion
  • The latest 3-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity that permits super stable flight.
  • 2.4GHz Radio control

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Syma X1 Quad Bind Process / Radio not working Hey fellow owners and potential owners!Noticed others are having the same problem my buddies and I had when I first received the Syma X1 Quad, they should UPDATE THE INSTRUCTIONS ASAPI had an issue with the radio transmitter not binding with the Syma X1 quad and there IS A EASY SOLUTION.The instructions are lacking in this area and are responsible I’m sure with a lot of frustration and probably returns.In between my friends and I we have over 6 of these to date, they all work with this procedure that I quickly wrote for another amazon user.SYMA X1 QUAD – RADIO TRANSMITTER BIND PROCESSIMPORTANT SOLUTION TO ALL OWNERS – RADIO NOT WORKING WITH THE SYMA X1 QUAD1. CONNECT BATTERY TO QUAD, THE LED WILL FLASH SLOWLY2. LED WILL BEGIN TO FLASH RAPIDLY,…. IMMEDIATELY TURN ON RADIO TRANSMITTER3. LED IS SOLID, BIND PROCESS COMPLETE. READY TO FLYAfter connecting the battery to the quad the led will…

Custom Communications "customcommunications" says:

how to switch from mode 1 to mode 2 Excellent little machine. When I first turned it on and tried to fly, it flew sideways into the wall. Tried several times with the same result.solution: First, make sure that transmitter is off. Place battery into unit and immediately place it on the floor or other level surface. Wait for unit to stop flashing rapidly and is flashing slow, THEN make sure that throttle is off and turn on the transmitter, unit will pair with a steady light and an audible beep.Happy flying. Remember it is a 4 channel. I have yet to flip it, just not enough room where I fly indoors and I have yet to determine where the ‘A’ button is to change it from mode 1 to 2.FOUND IT!! thankfully!!Transmitter offHold right horizontal trim button to the rightPower on transmitterrelease trim buttondisplay now reads Mode 2Myself… I am so much happier with the unit now that I found mode 2. I am used to flying coaxials in this mode and…

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