Helicute H806 Hoverdrone evo Hexacopter Flight Test Review
This large sporty hexacopter has plenty of punch (lifting power), maneuverability, and should also be able to lift cameras up to 50 grams. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?~b707
– Nice flier. Very maneuverable and sporty.
– Nicely designed. Looks “snazzy”.
– Only one yaw rate throughout all rates. But it’s more than sufficient for all rates. Pitch increases greatly at higher rates making this hex a fast yet controllable hexacopter.
– Its 2S 7.4V battery provides plenty of power to run the two extra motors of this hexacopter.
– Headless mode and one key return
– Good night lights, very noticeable. Great night flier.
– Under 250 grams, does not require FAA registration.
– Headless mode requires an extended (4 second) press of its control button.
– Headless mode bearing drifts throughout the flight.
Color: Black or Blue
Material: Plastic + Electronic Component
Functions: Go up/down, Forward/backward, Turn left/right. left/right side flying, Throw launch capability, 360°flips, 3 speed modes,Headless Mode ,One Key Return
Remote Control Frequency: 2.4G
Gyro: 6 axis
Battery for Quadcopter: 7.4V 600mAh(Built-in)
Charging Time: 120 Minutes(USB Charging)
Flying Time: About 8 Minutes
Control distance: About 120 meters
Battery for Controller: 4*AA Battery(Not Included)
Quadcopter Dimensions: 47*47*9.7cm
Package Dimensions: 61*43*9cm
Product Weight: under 250g, does not require FAA registration
.1 x Helicute H806 RC Hexacopter (Built-in 7.4V 600mAh Battery), 1 x Controller, 1 x Charger, 1 x Screwdriver, 6 x Spare Blades, 1 x User Manual
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