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  • 07/11/2017

    La entrega fue rapida 8 dias todo correcto y en perfecto estado recomendable

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  • 28/11/2017

    I honestly couldn't believe it, exactly 6.5 days for delivery. Amazing, it must be the fastest delivery I've ever had from China. My only question is "Why can't it always be this fast? I did pay for faster delivery at the ridiculous cost of $2 50. Money well spent. Well done BangGood. As for the quad, what a darling little thing. The mould looks very very clean and precise and it perfectly mimics the DJI Mavic, albeit much smaller. The extra batteries should be extended to every quadcopter BangGood sells, it would definitely help us out downunder where there's a Lithium ban on shipping. I was surprised at how well this baby flies, I was expecting it to be touchy and hard to get control, but no it's really stable. Actuaqlly it would be a good beginner's quad, so grab one for Christmas for the little boy in your family. If you have a son, get him one as well :-) I see there are a few complaints re the battery being hard to install and remove. I didn't find any problem, all three slid in smoothly and were very easy to remove. All you have to do is get a finger under the battery and get it slightly out, then use two fingers to slide it out. The only thing I could find wrong were the prop guards, they sort of snapped on, but have two holes ready for the screws which weren't supplied in the bag containing one screwdriver a few spare prop blades and a charging cable. The two legs, yes only two for the front arms, the back has two very small standoff's measuring a couple of mm. The two supplied legs are supposed to snap in, but they fall out if touched, I can't imagine them staying on board during flight. But to be honest, they're best left off and or perhaps glue them in place. But be careful not to let the glue migrate internally and gum up the drive system. If you wonder what that little piece of wire is poking out from the quad, it's the antenna, don't cut it off. The antennas sticking out from the controller are fakes and only there to mimic the Mavic. I will remove the case and ensure the transmit antenna does the same as the quad's receive antenna and poke it out of the case fro better range. Quite often that antenna is laying across the motherboard which may attenuate the output. All my baby quads get the same treatment and with some the range has almost doubled. It may entail a tiny hole in the case, but it's well worth the effort.. All up, not a bad little baby quad and definitely something for under the Christmas tree. Oh yes, the box it comes in is extremely sturdy so shipping damage shouldn't happen. Happy Flying ... Stu

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