The S9 is a miniature foldable RC quadcopter designed for rookies. It has a hanging resemblance to the DJI drone, Spark. However, it’s even smaller than your fist. Simply unfold the arm of the drone and you may drive the drone with out problem. Headless mode permits you to fly anyplace, no matter course. You may also let the drone carry out an superior 3D stunt and recollect it to the origin effortlessly.
Type: indoor, quadcopter
Features: no digital camera, radio management, brushed model
Function: up/down, ahead/backward, left/proper flip, aspect flight, 3D flip, deceleration, one-button auto return, headless mode
Built-in gyroscope: 6-axis gyroscope
Kit sort: RTF
Level: Primary degree
Age: 14 years previous or older
Remote management: 2.4GHz wi-fi distant management
Channel: Channel 4
Control distance: 0-50 meters
Detailed management distance: 30 meters
Transmitter energy: Three AAA batteries (not included)
Model energy provide: built-in rechargeable battery
Battery: 3.7V 220mAh
Flight time: 6-7 minutes
Charging time: 40 minutes
Camera pixels: (no digital camera)
Product weight: 0.1450 kg
Product dimension: 9.00 x 7.00 x 3.00 cm
Package contents: 1 x drone (together with battery), 1 x transmitter, 1 x USB cable, Four x spare propeller, 1 x screwdriver[Headless Mode] Headless Mode offers you most freedom in piloting the drone. One Key Return makes it extraordinarily facile to recall the quadcopter
Speed Switch – adapt the flying pace to the atmosphere
[Full Functions] Our mini drone has many features, akin to one key to take off / land, flip left / proper, fly ahead / backward, leftward / rightward, circle / demo flying and so on.
[Speed Switchable] Three degree speeds from low, medium to excessive are designed for customers of various operational proficiency-beginner and knowledgeable.
[Kids Friendly Safe Drone] 6-axis gyroscope, headless mode, low voltage alarm and motor caught safety are adopted for safer fly. It helps you navigate difficult areas to fly in any indoor area. A greatest reward for youngsters.
(as of Oct 21,2019 04:17:07 UTC – Details)