Tarantula Spider 1505 Drone Flight Test Review
This $25 mini clone of the Tarantula X6 is a pretty good flier in the wind. Its accelerometers can automatically sense and momentarily compensate for wind drift. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~b2kv
This quadcopter is NOT from JJRC or YiZhan. There is no company name or logo on the box or instruction manual. It is a clone of the X6 in shape only, and is much smaller than the original Tarantula X6. I did not open the case, but it is very doubtful that it has plug in motors, or is V2X2 protocol.
The accelerometer wind compensation ability reminds me of only one other toy quadcopter that I know of with that ability, the 1501 Space Predator. The 15XX number in the names of both of these quadcopters, along with the unique wind compensation ability makes me wonder if they are produced by the same company?
– Great flier, even in the wind.
– Headless mode and one key return.
– Excellent LED lighting. Great night flier.
– Great range. I flew it out past 100 meters.
– Uses widely available 300 to 350mah white connector micro quadcopter batteries.
– Battery door kept popping open during my flights. Door comes with a screw to keep it in place, but I did not feel like using it. A piece of tape would probably work just as well.
Item No.: 1505
Copter Size: 27 x 27 x 9cm
Charging Time: About 60min
Charging Way: USB Charging
Flying Time: About 8min (I got about 6 1/2 minutes)
Gyro: Built-in 6 Axis Gyro
Camera Support: 2-mega-pixel ( Not Included )
Control Distance: About 100m (I flew it out to about 100 meters to confirm)
Copter Battery: 3.7V 300mA Lipo Built-in Battery
Control Battery: 4 x 1.5V AA Battery ( Not Included )
Function: Up / Down, Left / Right Sideward Flight, Forward / Backward, Headless Mode, Rollover, Turn Left / Right, One Key Automatic Return, with Light, Speed Up / Down, Hover
Package Contents: 1 x Quadcopter, 2 x Spare Propeller Blades, 1 x USB Cable, 1 x Transmitter, 1 x English Manual, 1 x 3.7V 300MAH Lithium Battery, 2 x Landing Gear, 4 x Blade Protector
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