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  • 2.4 GHz Transmitter
  • Up to 11 Minutes Flying Time
  • Altitude Hold Mode


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Product Information


Perfect for everyone Get a taste for flying with the X4 Plus H107P Quadcopter. This compact multi-rotor comes ready-to-fly with a 2.4 GHz, 4-channel transmitter (radio controller) with up to 330' range, a flight battery, and a USB battery charging cable included. The battery lasts up to 11 minutes on a full charge, and recharging is estimated to take around 60 minutes, depending on the power source.

Altitude Mode Based on readings from a barometer, the drone will maintain a fixed altitude.


Includes 2.4 GHz, 4-channel transmitter (radio controller)

530mAh LiPo battery lasts up to 11 minutes and features USB recharging

6-axis gyro flight stabilization system with adjustable sensitivity to suit a range of skill levels

Altitude hold function enabled by barometric sensor

Four LED running lights to aid in orientation, especially in low light

Includes Rubber feet

What’s in the Box?

1 x Hubsan X4 H107P Hornet Quadcopter

1 x 2.4 GHz transmitter with LCD Screen

1 x 3.7V 530mAh LiPo Battery

1 x USB Charging Cable

8 x Propeller Blades

1 x Instruction Manual


Part Number Mfr. Part Number: H107P (YW)
UPC No.: 814850022705

Warranty Hubsan warrants that each Hubsan product you purchase is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use during the 6 month warranty period. The warranty period for a Hubsan product starts upon the receipt of product or as may be otherwise specified by Hubsan.

If the product does not function as warranted during the warranty period, you may obtain after-sales service by contacting Hubsan directly.

After-sales service may not be available in all regions and may differ from region to region. Additional charges may apply outside Hubsan’s normal service areas. Please contact Hubsan for information specific to your location.

Technical Specifications


  • SizeIncluding Propellers: 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.1"
  • Weight (including battery and propellers) 0.46 lbs (1.4 oz)
  • Max Flight Time11 minutes (0 wind)
  • Max Hovering Time9 minutes (0 wind)
  • Max Flight Distance0.06 mi (0.09 km, 0 wind)
  • Operating Temperature32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)

Remote Controller

  • FrequencyControl: 2.4 GHz
  • Channels11
  • Max Transmission DistanceFCC Compliant: 100m (Unobstructed, free of interference)
  • Operating Temperature32° to 104°F (0° to 40° C)
  • Battery4 x AA


  • Power RequirementsUSB (USB adapter included)

Intelligent Flight Battery

  • Chemistry Lithium-ion polymer (LiPo)
  • Capacity530 mAh
  • Voltage3.7 V
  • Power RequirementsUSB (USB adapter included)
  • Charge Time~40 minutes
  • Operating Temperature41° to 104° F ( 5° to 40° C )

Rating & reviews

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Great for the new folks
Oh little Hubsan, how far you have come. My first introduction with Hubsan was with their X4 H107C, which is smaller, heavier, louder, and has a camera mounted in its belly. That model, I truly love for its size and features. The sound of a giant mad mosquito and fast response to controls only made things better. The H107P is an attempt to upgrade from that, and Husban has gone in a new direction, making their new version better for newbies, which most of the other major manufacturers have ignored to some degree. Myself, I think they have succeeded, but older hands might not be so thrilled with the changes they made.

One of those changes is the automatic hover. Once you have the H107P in the air, you can let go of the lift control and the unit will, more or less, hang right there in the air where you left it. A neat trick, even if not perfect. This is achieved by maintaining the rotor speed at exactly what will keep the unit in the based based on it weight. At least, that's how I think it does it, based on trial and error. The lift control itself is spring loaded so that it's default position is in the middle, which is calibrated to that special point. Breezes and drafts (up or down) will push the little guy around, causing it to gain/lose some altitude, but most of the time it's very little change and the change is slow. This is great for new folks, as they won't need to learn how to hover.

Another update is that the blades never stop spinning until you execute a special control sequence to turn them off. The idea is that, for the new aviators, they have less chance of smacking their quad into the ground. Instead, it will mostly drift down. For experienced flyer's, this feature, or how it's implemented, can be very annoying. We expect that when we move the lift control to it's lowest position, the motors cut out entirely causing the quadcopter to drop instantly. It's an integral part of how we learned to fly, which we can use to execute special maneuvers, such as dumping the quad so as not to hit an object, especially a fleshy one that just ran right in front of the quad. Better to risk damage to the quad than to the kid, right?

Some minor things about the H107P. It still uses the same battery as the older model, which is nice if you've already invested in some extras. The housing isn't the same metalic body as the older model, which is probably how the weight drop was achieved. Battery life is a little more than the older model, roughly 8-11 minutes. (Battery life tested using stock H107P batteries which were fully charged/discharged 3 times prior, 5 runs for each model on the same day, and total flight time averaged.) Hubsan continues using the same controller, opting to making buttons multi-functional as opposed to adding new buttons for various features. Compared to the older model, the controls in both newb and pro mode are less responsive in general. The lighter weight of the H107P is at a disadvantage when its breezy out. It does ok, better than some larger sized quads with more powerful motors, but the solid H107C does better under the same conditions.

To finish this up, if you're new to flying, the H107P has some features to make it easier for you to fly. But, those training wheels will hamper you later on if/when you start flying another model. I do like that Hubsan is trying to help new folks out, but I do wish there was an option to turn these features off.
TX Droner 9/13/2016 14 People found this helpful
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very fun and beautiful design
As my second toy-grade quad-copter, I really like this model. Some youtubers complain the pitch is nerfed, but I have fun flying around a large field. It flies fairly far away while maintaining connection and i've buzzed myself excitedly a few times on the way back. It will slide across the air beautifully when making a diagonal pitch and yaw at the end straight run. It does take some continuous effort to maintain altitudes, but the barometer works good enough for my 7 year old to operate it. It is very light and the wind will take it easily, so I recommend flying no wind or low wind. It won't penetrate head-on wind very well, but very fun none-the-less. I recommend using without the propeller guard, as it will catch extra-wind as well. I found the prop guard a little over difficult to install and remove (very tight). All-in-all, I love this little quad and would buy another. I recommend purchasing an extra battery and maybe a few spare propellers for extended play.
nd356567 9/16/2016 9 People found this helpful
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yaay x4 hornet!
X4 hornet is a very nice, smooth flyer easy to control and the altitute hold seems to work very well and it has a very reasonable flight time, nice leds for visible night flight
germ from AZ 11/13/2016 2 People found this helpful
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Downloads & videos

  • User Manual H107P

  • Hubsan H107P Hornet Review & Flight Test

Questions & Answers

Recently Answered

Will this do barrel rolls and flips like the Blue H107?
No, it wont do automatic flips due to the altitude hold function.
HubsanUS Support answered on March 1, 2017


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