Review: Mini Pet Quad 4CH 6-Axis

Category : RC

I have now flown this quad for some time, and it is about time to write a review about it. So here goes!

First some technical data:

Size: 8.5 x 8.5 cm
Flight time: 6-8 minutes (depends on lipo and flight style)
Charge time: Approximated 60 minutes (from my experience it’s a bit shorter)
Radio range: Over 40 meters
Quad-copter weight: 34g
Quad-copter battery: 3.7V 300mAh Li-Po battery
Gyro: 6-Axis

RTF Package contains:

Quadcopter
Transmitter
Charger & 1 Lipo
Spare set of props

The quadcopter itself is quite well built, the build quality is much better than the WL-Toys quads. It got some nice rubber buttons at the bottom of each feet, which keeps it in place when landed. I don’t know if it’s any good as a impact reducer, they aren’t that soft. The booms to the motors are made of aluminium, so they feels very solid. I’ve had my crashes with this one, and it’s not showing. Only visual damages are that the props have a few scratches.

The quad flies great! It’s a blast to fly indoors because of the gyro, it’s the most stable quadcopter I have flown. Having that said, it’s the opposite when turning outside for flying. Because of it’s eager gyro the quad wants to counter every little puff of wind. So if you want a mini quad for outdoor use, you might want to look at the v939.

The flipping function isn’t as good as the wl-toys, you need to flip a switch on the transmitter to make it go from “Beginner” to “Advanced”, when this is activated the quadcopter will do flips if you push the direction stick forward or backwards, resulting in a flip in that direction.

The only drawback is that you can’t fine select sensitivity as on the wl-toys tx, there are only those two modes.

One great feature is that the wires to each motor uses a small connector on the board, compared to the first v929 model this makes replacing a motor simpler.

The transmitter is decent enough, the only thing it lacks compared to the other models in its price class is the back light.

Pros & Cons:

+ 6-Axis Gyro (great for beginners, keeps it very stable)
+ Well built
+  Great indoors

– 6-Axis Gyro (makes it unstable in windy conditions)
– Only two modes
– Comes with only one lipo

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