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UDI RC U816A UFO Quadcopter 2.4Ghz with 6 Axis Gryo

February 24, 2014 - Comment

he UDI U816A Quad copter offers 6 axis gyro stabilization and sports a cool UFO look! The UDI 816A offers new and experienced pilots both a 6 axis stabilized quad copter that is capable of loops and high speed flight. 2 flight modes offer enhanced performance. Everything you need for alien missions is included in

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he UDI U816A Quad copter offers 6 axis gyro stabilization and sports a cool UFO look!

The UDI 816A offers new and experienced pilots both a 6 axis stabilized quad copter that is capable of loops and high speed flight. 2 flight modes offer enhanced performance. Everything you need for alien missions is included in the box. Just add (4) AA batteries for the transmitter.

Speaking of transmitters, the UDI U816A is controlled by a state of the art 2.4GHZ transmitter. You can switch between flight modes by pushing a button on the remote. When you get comfortable with how the quad handles and feels, pushing one button on the transmitter switches the quad to high performance mode for high speed flight. The foam protective body helps guard against crash damage.

The U816A features advanced flight stabilization with it’s built in 6 axis gyro. This keeps the quadcopter level and stable and translates to less control inputs needed from the pilot to maintain a hover. The stabilization system also aids flying in light winds.

Product Features

  • Comes Ready To Fly Out Of The Box
  • 2.4GHZ Radio System is interference free
  • Quadcopter is capable of flips at the push of a button
  • Captable of high speed flight in advanced flight mode
  • Just Add (4) AA Batteries for transmitter

Comments

Mark says:

Awesome once you get past the manual For a bit under $50, and a relative noob at RC, I’ve enjoyed the heck out of this thing so far.Pros:Very stable if you get it aligned rightGood range (flown over 100 ft in altitude)DurableSpare batteries reasonably pricedCons:Manual written in Engrish (I’m sure it’s better in the original Esperanto)Connectors are hard to separateCannot see receiver board LEDs easily (not necessary but would be nice)Makes me wish I’d gotten one with a cameraI’ve had this beauty only a couple of days. I was beginning to despair a bit after the first couple of flights – it seemed like I’d never be able to get it to hover, let alone fly it in a controlled manner. Finally I hit on a reliable startup sequence:1) Turn off transmitter2) Connect battery on helicopter3) Insert battery into carrier, making sure it’s centered (somewhat tolerant of misalignment, but get it as close as you can)4) Tuck…

Bill says:

Tremendous fun – I keep looking forward to my next flight 0

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