Techboy TB-820 DIY G Sensor Drone Flight Test Review

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Techboy TB-820 DIY G Sensor Drone Flight Test Review

This cheap build your ownquadcopter is very easy to fly and includes altitude hold, headless mode, and a unique gravity sensor controller. Find it here https://goo.gl/z9DU5i

Pros
– Easily assembled out of lightweight precut foam board components.
– Good quad for beginners and kids. Uses G sensor controller for easy flying. Just tilt your hand in the direction the you wish the quadcopter to go, and it will do it.
– Altitude hold.
– Flies entirely in headless mode to eliminate orientation confusion.
– Can also do flips
– I couldn’t fly it for its complete battery charge due to the wind, but it’s a long flier at over 7 minutes.

Cons
– Headless mode can not be turned off. The intent is to eliminate orientation confusion, but more advanced fliers might get bored.
– Maximum range is about 20 to 30 meters with the intent to lessen chance of loss of the quadcopter. If it reaches the edge of its range, it lands itself.
– Extremely light weight, but also susceptible to wind above 3MPH.

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