This is our review and flight of the amazing new nano quadcopter.
H7 comes with a tiny size transmitter and bag with a spare set of props and the USB charge.
The awesome gadget takes approximately 30 minutes to charge the lithium battery and 4-6 minutes flying time on one charge.
The included USB cable makes charging super convenient.
The light turns red while it is being recharged. And turn off the light in full changed.
The Motor Holders have an quite well designed in 2 parts that lock together so they should not come off in a crash and combined with the rubbery feet should help prevent motor damage in crashes.
The prop guard works very well too.
There are a total of 4 flash LEDs on the unit and 1 always on Led light in front so it's very easy to know the orientation of the quad.
Always switch the transmitter on before connecting up the helicopter.
Move the left control stick and trim on the transmitter to their lowest point.
Once you have followed this procedure the LED on the helicopter will stop the flashing lights. The helicopter is now ready to fly.
4 Channel, go up and down, forward and backward, turn right or left, 360 degree eversion.
The H7 is capable of doing super tight flips at a press of a button.
It sounds like a hoard of hornets When it's flying.
The LEDs will Flash again when the battery is low.
Due to its small size it's recommended for indoor use only.