Vistatech 2.4ghz Live-streaming Wifi Video Drone

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  • Specs

    • Product Name: Vistatech Rechargeable Quadcopter Drone
    • Model: NV-06782
    • Condition: New
    • Drone Size: 10.5″ x 7″ x 2″
    • Wifi 2.4GHZ
    • Headless
    • vi-Axis
    • Altitude Hold
    • One Fundamental Landing
    • 360 degree flip
    • Rechargeable
    • App control vial smart device (not included)
    • Vistatech Quadcopter Drone
    • Broad angle high quality photographic camera
    • Wifi real-fourth dimension transmission FPV system
    • Portable, tin can be carried around
    • Replaceable drone blades
    • Altitude hold and trimming function
    • 360 degree flip
    • One cardinal take off & landing
    • 1 key calibration and headless manner
    • Flies upwards to 164’ Feet High
    • Remote Control with Video Streaming with your Smart Device
    • Gravity Sensor Mode
    • VR Style
    • Trajectory Flight
    • App control vial smart device (not included: required for photograph & video function)
    • Recommended for ages 12 and upwardly

    What’s in the Box?

    • 1x Vistatech Quadcopter Drone
    • 1x Remote Control and tool
    • 2x Replaceable Drone Blades

    Price Comparison

    $69.59 (for similar) at Amazon

    Warranty

    90 days

    Estimated Delivery

    Thursday, Jan 28 – Tuesday, Feb 2



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  • Ehhh. I still have a few micro ones from Meh around, and a few bigger ones that are yet in the box years later.

    This one looks decent.



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  • 2x Replaceable Drone Blades

    Only ii of the blades are replaceable?



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    • @awk Three drone strikes and yous’re out!

      KuoH


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  • Flight fourth dimension? Am I missing what should be some of the most pertinent info?



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    • @txstiger 7-9 minutes with calorie-free to no wind according to Amazon description.


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    • @BIGRHAWQS @txstiger unlike device. That one has iii batteries this is a single.


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    • @arbdef @BIGRHAWQS @txstiger Although the Amazon listing is confusing, I finally concluded from it and the Q&As that the drone uses 1 battery and comes with 2 extras.

      Flying time: 7-9mins each battery


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  • What is the resolution of the camera?



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  • high quality photographic camera

    In other words, non fifty-fifty 720p.

    Meh.



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  • Verrrrrrry een-tay-rest-ink.



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    • @cfg83 and not eeeven that expeeeenseeeve!

      /giphy very-interesting


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  • Looks similar a Mavic



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  • Where’s the assistant? I need visual proof, not vague numbers.



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  • headless? i think non.



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  • Specs above say recommended for ages 14 and upwardly.

    Picture 5 clearly shows the box says it’due south for ages 12+.

    Makes me wonder which of the other specs are inaccurate as well…



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  • I had a similar ane that I bought from AliExpress and it was non controllable. It had a heed of its own. It looked the same but a different brand.



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    • @mzkhadir who cares, it not even related


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    • @idontlikeu information technology is related because it is a E58 drone.


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  • This is a rather tasteless cosmetic knockoff of the much more expensive (and much more capable) DJI Mavic, by the looks of information technology. I’g certain information technology flies well for the price, only I cannot speak for the quality of the camera, other than that these cheaper drones oftentimes shoot mediocre video footage.



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    • @PooltoyWolf Different the Mavic series, this doesn’t have a Gimble – and then the epitome is gonna exist very shaky.


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  • “It’ll hold” it is “altitude”?


    It’ll hold “it’south” altitude…?


    How nearly “It’ll concord its altitude”?



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    • @mehvid1 somebody at Meh has been playing “Pin the Apostrophe on the Its” again.


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    • @mehvid1 Hey at present, I remember you need to hold your mental attitude…


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    • yous’re an all-star


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    • @TheMonkeyKing Probably true. Woke up mode too early and blood saccharide was way off.


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  • Merely inexpensive enough to not totally regret information technology if information technology’due south no good, but also so cheap that the expectations are already pretty low.

    /giphy wonderful-delectable-poem



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  • Y’all can cheque out a review video here

    Its technically cheaper on banggood’s website just I would say laissez passer on this toy drone.

    The drone’s model is the E58 and like usual its cloned to expiry in china. You will find it under a myriad of names merely they are all essentially the same device.



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    • @packetspyke “These antennae wait absurd, but they’re really just decorative”

      Moneyball on finding the best review. Thanks.


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  • It looks like a cheap clone of the inexpensive clone of a Mavic Mini I bought earlier this year from Mainland china. It was a adept trainer before I spent real coin and got the actual Mini. It was worth the money to larn how to fly FPV and non and then scary when I crashed.



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  • DO NOT Purchase! Sorry meh…

    Right now, if you lot desire a real drone I suggest the DJI Mini or Mavic Pro. I bought a broken Mavic air , repaired, all for but $300 and sold my Phantom four for 1k



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    • @Glucose Exercise BUY if you have a teenager interested in drones!! DJI’southward don’t run under $500

      Expect crashes. I uncertainty it handles wind well, there’south no GPS for landing/navigating.

      Like I said skilful for 12yo-16yos! Only fly around the house!! (Outside ofc)


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    • @Glucose I got 2 for my boys. Both 12. Both prone to breaking things. Couldn’t agree more.


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    • @Glucose Not truthful – the standard Mavic Mini packages is $359 right now, and Costco has a packet with some extras for $389. And the new DJI Mini 2 is $459 – only the Fly More package is over $500 at $599.


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  • You won’t get very far on one battery and no charger, will you lot? Meh!



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    • @nigebirch Ameliorate refrigerate that battery then!


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    • @nigebirch @shahnm Or fly the drone at the cold north pole and while you are at it spy on Santa? (snicker)


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    • @Kidsandliz @shahnm yeah, you can accept a real helicopter to the due north pole and fly your drone after landing. LOL! BTW, I think Santa’due south at the south pole for the winter. Labor is cheaper in the south too to make toys.


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  • perfect gift for my 10 year former, santa can’t afford a mavic



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  • I still haven’t fully unpacked the ii for $20 drone I bought last yr. Neither has my blood brother, who received the spare.



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  • This will supercede the 1 I got off of Meh last year that flew off into the distance, never to exist seen again.

    /giphy glittering-wondrous-wreath



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    • @goffstock It was last seen over the Pacific, flying back to Cathay.


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    • @goffstock perchance this new ane volition detect your old one.


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    • @Stumpy91 Or wing away again to join it in freedom


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    • @goffstock @Stumpy91 The “Dwelling” button doesn’t specify which home, so technically information technology’southward non a lie.


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  • Yeah, ok.
    /image blustery-amazed-affections
    $args

    /giphy blustery-amazed-angel



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  • I received the drone today and the box says that iii.vii volt batteries are included, nevertheless there were none in the box. I encounter I need 3 AA batteries for the controller, which is fine. I will need the 3.7 volt batteries to use the drone, otherwise it is a slice of useless junk.



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  • Had to push start 1 of the motors, kinda like the onetime fashion planes. Hoping for a replacement but this may air current up in the skeet range.



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    • @78firebird Meh didn’t let me downward. The products might exist
      meh, simply the support is excellent!
      Cheers!


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  • Mine was Simply delivered today. Odd that it also came with a large box of ballots…



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  • Where is the phone app? iPhone cheers!



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    • @claynferno I’m looking for the app, also. But, for Android. Take you had whatsoever luck finding information technology?


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  • How can I get another bombardment for this?



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