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Helicoholics 08-29-2014 08:22 AM

A perfect practical quadcopter for beginner!!
 
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Cheerson CX-10 Nano RC UFO Quadcopter, , I think it is the most smallest Rc quadcopter.
It is so nano that you can hardly see it when it flys away meters long.
But it is very suitable for beginners to use, it have all the functions that branded multicopters to do with 6-Axis Gyro.
With strong break-resistant ability, to operate it is so easy that you can learn to control the multicopters skill quickly.
Super-mini size, you can put it into your pocket directly with its controller.
With such low a discounted price of $18.97, you can own a rc quadcopter without a hitch.
Anyway, i consider it is the perfect one that one would like to learn mulicopter control skills as beginners.

pizzano 08-29-2014 05:05 PM

"Anyway, i consider it is the perfect one that one would like to learn mulicopter control skills as beginners."

There may be many who have learned to fly multi-rotor who may disagree with that assessment.....and the main reason why is:

"It is so nano that you can hardly see it when it flys away meters long."
Orientation is one of the biggest hurdles to overcome with multi-rotor, particularly when the craft is at altitude.

"But it is very suitable for beginners to use"......"practical".....

The only aspect that may be "suitable" is damage control and price..........even at it's small size, hard knocks will take their toll very quickly and it's not really designed to be repaired or replacing parts, it's a throw-away meant to be replaced not repaired.

"Practical"...?...........I fail to see the practicality here, it's to small to have any practical purpose.

"you can own a rc quadcopter without a hitch"

There will be plenty of "hitches" once its been bounced off the wall or floor a few times. Thus, leaving the "beginner" frustrated and not learning much more than "they probably should have purchased a bigger craft to learn on".....even at $20.00 bucks a pop.

I find the sales promotion being presented here misleading and overstated. Particularly this statement:

"it have all the functions that branded multicopters to do with 6-Axis Gyro."

That is if "branded" implies Blade, Walkera, Heli-Max, Traxxas, Hubsan, WL Toys, Cheerson......leaving the Syma and Estes models off the list.


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