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Syma X12 Nano Exploreers 2.4g 4ch 6 Axis Quad
This could really be fast and fun, but maybe hard to control outside
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December 12, 2014 - 5:56 pm
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This baby looks fun new release small but would be fast, just put order in for it with Banggood review soon. Colors red, black,white, green.

Four-axis structure is applied,which makes the quadcopter more flexible and rapid when flying.
It has the characteristics of wind-resistant and can be flied indoor or outdoor.
Built-in 6 axis gyroscope for precise hovering in the sky.
Modular design structure is applied,more simple for assembly and convenient for maintenance.
With 360 degree 3D eversion function and throwing flight function.

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January 26, 2015 - 6:42 am
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SF,

I have enough issues with a "full" sized X6 outside.

A "nano" would be absolutely insane, despite the Gyro Stabilization.

I can't remotely envision outdoor flying with "any" wind.

This would be on my list of "indoor use only".

It would keep me out of crossing the limits with the wife!  She has "her" reservations when I try to fly the X6 inside.

I'd add that it "does" put more wear and tear on the blades!  I can't understand the design with the blades located above the frame.  It appears to be a "design flaw" from my view.

Regards, Sarge

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I agree a Nano outside would suffer in any wind. Good to practise indoors with instead.

Bryan

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rbethman said
SF,

I have enough issues with a "full" sized X6 outside.

A "nano" would be absolutely insane, despite the Gyro Stabilization.

I can't remotely envision outdoor flying with "any" wind.

This would be on my list of "indoor use only".

It would keep me out of crossing the limits with the wife!  She has "her" reservations when I try to fly the X6 inside.

I'd add that it "does" put more wear and tear on the blades!  I can't understand the design with the blades located above the frame.  It appears to be a "design flaw" from my view.

Regards, Sarge

Good, straightforward, usefully informative post.

Thanks.

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I agree nano's are mad and I don't see the attraction of them but the x5c is far better outdoors

Bryan

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Agree but imagine flying these in school-lol

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