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Syma Wi-Fi Remote Control Quadcopter

$99.99
  • In Stock - Dispatch in 1 - 2 business days This product is ready to ship from our North Melbourne warehouse. Expect dispatch in 1 - 2 business days.

    Limit per customer: 5

2.4GHz remote control & 6-axis gyro direction stabiliser for superior performance!

FPV real-time video transmission via HD camera & WiFi connection

360° eversion | Headless mode | Blade protector | USB charging

Soar to new heights with the Syma X5SW remote control quadcopter. Enjoy real-time footage thanks to the Wi-Fi enabled HD camera, plus ultimate control with the latest 6-axis flight control direction stabiliser systems. Complete with 2.4GHz remote control for fast reaction speed and 360° eversion for ultimate movement, flying this bad boy is sure to make you the envy of all your friends.

Features:

  • Syma remote control toys
  • Design: X5SW Remote Control Quadcopter
  • Pack contents:
    • Quadcopter
    • 2.4GHz remote controller
    • USB charging cable
    • Protecting frames
    • WiFi camera
    • Phone attaching clamp
    • Landing gear
    • Blade
    • Instruction manual
  • 6-axis gyro direction stabiliser
  • FVP real-time video transmission
  • Headless mode
  • 360° eversion
  • Blade protector for anti-collision, anti-fall performance
  • Flashing lights for visibility in low light
  • USB rechargeable
  • Battery type: 3.7V 500mAh Li-Poly 
  • Charging time: 130 mins (approx.)
  • Flying time: 5.5 mins
  • 4 x AA 1.5V batteries required (not included)
  • Assembly required
  • Materials: Plastic
  • Recommended for ages: 12+ years
  • Dimensions (approx. cm): 31.5 x 10.5
  • Country of origin: China

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great item hubby loved it

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