Cheerson CX-10SE Nano Drone Successor to CX 10 Flight Test Review

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This very inexpensive successor to the popular CX-10 is smaller and lighter to provide longer flight time and better flying capability than its predecessor. Find it here

– Very cheap. Maybe one of the least expensive quadcopters currently out there.
– Smaller and lighter than the CX-10, provides better flight time than the CX-10. Good flight time for a nano (over 5 minutes).
– Good flier outdoors in a light breeze. Does not pick up any accelerometer drift when flying in wind (the original CX-10 would easily pick up drift if flown in wind).
– Very maneuverable and sporty.
– Can select four different colors, and available in mode 1 or mode 2 (select desired mode at purchase).

– Hard to see once it gets past 20 meters. It’s best to keep this one close.
– Pure manual flier. No altitude hold, no headless mode, no one key return. This one is best for intermediate pilots looking for a very cheap, but fun quad to throw around the backyard or living room. But newer pilots might get discouraged.

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