Very happy with what I bought
The first thing to understand is that you're going to crash. This is not easy to fly; but that's honestly a good thing, because it will make you a better flyer. Better to start with crashing this thing rather than an expensive racer or other high performance drone. The controller does come with a screen for a camera ,so you don't need a headset if you want to practice flying FPV. I've found that although a strong wind can blow it around a bit, it really is better to fly on an open field rather than indoors, even if the drone is small and does have a prop guard.
When it does come to crashing, this drone has proven very durable. The rotors are easy to replace, and it does come with a few spares. Just make sure you have the correct type (A or B) installed, or it won't go anywhere. Trimming it out the first time is essential when you set up the controller (READ THE MANUAL) but once that's done, it's easy to figure out the controls.
My only complaint is in regards to the batteries. The only way to remove them is by pulling on the lead, which of course can stress the connection . Also, each battery will only last maybe 5-7min on a charge, so pick up a few extras if you want to spend any significant amount of time flying.
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