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WebRC - XDrone Pro 2 Remote-Controlled Quadcopter - Red

A powerful six-axis gyro and multi-rotor technology keep you entertained with this WebRC XDrone Pro 2. Flip it upside down and then right it when you want it to perform aerobatic stunts both indoors and out, and then send this WebRC XDrone Pro 2 outside at up to 20 mph with its HD camera.
Code: DA-10378
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Manufacturer: WebRC
Price: 123 $
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What's Included

  • XDrone Pro2
  • 2.4GHz remote control
  • ac charger
  • 4 x front and back blades
  • 2 x re-chargeable batteries
  • 4 x AA batteries for the controller
  • instruction manual

Product Features

The ultimate outdoor flying machine

Fly indoors/outdoors, it features 150+ ft range, multiplayer capabilities.

Multi-rotor technology

Along with auto stabilizing sensors allows the quadcopter to smoothly fly up/down, forward/backward and left/right, as well as lean left/right, for good navigational control.

Built-in HD video camera

Take a picture or record a video of flights at up to 20 mph.

2.4GHz communication module

Allows for a flying range of more than 150ft and multiplayer functionality

Flips & Tricks

Backflip, frontflip, barrel rolls, doble backflip and more.

2 Rechargeable batteries

20-24 minutes fly time (10-12 per battery).

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Key Specs
  • Wireless Range
    150 feet
  • Maximum Flight Time (no payload)
    24 minutes
  • Integrated GPS
    No
  • Integrated Camera
    Yes
  • Total Megapixels
    0.3 megapixels
Warranty
  • Parts
    30 days
  • Labor
    30 days
Features
  • Directional Controls
    Backward, Down, Forward, Left, Right
  • Memory Card Included
    Yes
  • Indoor Or Outdoor Use
    Indoor and outdoor
Camera
  • High Definition
    Yes
Certifications & Listings
  • Choking Hazard Warning
    Yes
Compatibility
  • Camera Compatibility
    Yes
Flight
  • Number of Rotors
    4
  • Operating Frequency
    2400 megahertz
General
  • Recommended Minimum Age
    14 years
  • Assembly Required
    No
  • Model Number
    G160028
  • Color Category
    Red
  • Color
    Red
Included
  • Memory Card Compatibility
    microSD
  • Landing Gear/Legs Included
    None
Power
  • Rechargeable
    Yes
  • Battery Life
    12 minutes
  • Battery Size
    Other
  • Number of Batteries Required
    2
  • Batteries Included
    Yes
  • Charging Time
    80 minutes
  • Remote Control Power
    2.4 gigahertz
  • Controller Battery Size
    AA
  • Number Of Controller Batteries Required
    4
  • Controller Batteries Included
    Yes
  • Battery Capacity
    500 milliampere hours
  • AC Adapter Compatible
    Yes
  • AC Adapter Included
    Yes
Storage
  • Internal Memory
    512 megabytes
Dimension
  • Weight
    2.8 pounds
Other
  • Product Name
    XDrone Pro 2 Remote-Controlled Quadcopter
  • Brand
    WebRC
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