UDI 6 Axis Tiny UFO Quad

UDI 6 Axis Tiny UFO Quad

Brand: UDI

Part Number: A-U846

£31.49 Web Price RRP £34.99

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Looking for a durable, easy to fly quadcopter to learn how to fly?
Then the new "INTELLIGENT" 2.4Ghz 4 Channel 6 AXIS Headless Tiny UFO, is for you...

Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) system
The UDI U846 has the Intelligent Orientation Control (IOC) function. Usually, the forward direction of a flying multi-rotor is the same as the nose direction. By using IOC, the forward direction has nothing to do with nose direction. This lessens the steepness of the learning curve and allows the pilot to enjoy flight while slowly learning each specific orientation of the quadcopter.

6 Axis Gyro
Equipped with the latest 6-axis flight control systems, 3D lock, More scheduled flight,
operating more to the force!

360° Roll
One key 360° roll, continuous roll for perfect action and wonderful performance.

2.4GHz Radio Control
Fly at long distance with multiple copters at the same time with minimal interference.
This new radio technology consumes small amount of power and delivers rapid response.

• With 6 speed motors as the driving force,
• Also equipped with 180mA 3.7V Lipo Battery,
• LED lights.
• High wind resistance makes it suitable for outdoor flight.
• Smooth, precise positioning, with rise and fall, left and right rotating, tumbling stunt and high/low.

Included in the Box:
• 1 x UDI U846
• 1 x Remote Control
• 1 x USB Cable
• 6 x Replacement Propellers
• 1 x LiPo Battery
• 1 x Instructions

  • Brand: UDI
  • Part No: A-U846
  • Flying Style: Fun
  • Build Level: RTF (Ready to Fly)

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