Sky Rider SKYR-DRW676B EAGLE PRO 6 rotor WiFi Drone w/ Camera –

November 20, 2016 - Comment

Sky Rider SKYR-DRW676B EAGLE PRO 6 rotor WiFi Drone w/ Camera – Specification: Drone with Wi-Fi Camera Dare to fly fast and far while capturing sharp photos and video from the built-in camera 360° flips and tricks 3-axis gyroscope 3 Speeds: low, medium, high WiFi camera 2.4GHz frequency remote control 4-channel direction control Control Range:

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Sky Rider SKYR-DRW676B EAGLE PRO 6 rotor WiFi Drone w/ Camera –

Specification:
Drone with Wi-Fi Camera Dare to fly fast and far while capturing sharp photos and video from the built-in camera 360° flips and tricks 3-axis gyroscope 3 Speeds: low, medium, high WiFi camera 2.4GHz frequency remote control 4-channel direction control Control Range: 160-260 feet Headless mode Auto return mode LED navigation lights Camera Resolution: 0.3MP USB port for battery recharge Power Source: Built-in rechargeable lithium-polymer battery Operating Time: 6-8 minutes Charge Time: 120 minutes Package Includes: drone, remote control (requires 4 AA batteries, not included), rechargeable battery, USB cable, 6 replacement rotors, screwdriver, warranty, user’s guide

Product Features

  • EAGLE PRO 6 rotor WiFi Drone w/ Camera
  • Sky Rider SKYR-DRW676B

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Check it for twisted arms. The briliant people in design came up with a difficult ‘trap door’ under the flier you have to open to charge… which is not only surprisingly hard to remove, but you have to pull on the CAMERA to snap it open….placing (I assume) your thumb on the lens, then tugging back on its fragile attachment to the door until it finally gives. Then, you must unplug and pull out a crammed wire and plug that into a USB charger, then cram that back into it after replugging the delicate socket and slide it…

Anonymous says:

I bought one from a retail store. First thing when you open the box, compare each rotor to the ones to either side. Turn their tips to point to one another. They should be at the same level. When I look straight at the end of each arm and compare the flat bottom of the ends against the bottom center of the body, I can see the twist.On mine, the levels vary a lot. Most of the arms on the body have a twist and they’re different amounts. It’s not bent shafts, the rotors don’t wobble at…

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