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GPX - Sky Rider Drone with Remote Controller - Blue

Perform flips and tricks with the sound of your voice and this Night Hawk Hexacopter drone. Wi-Fi compatibility lets you stream all of the action, and LED navigation lights with glow-in-the-dark rotors offer dazzling nighttime displays. This Night Hawk Hexacopter drone comes with a free app and phone holder so you can upload as you fly.
Code: DA-10338
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Manufacturer: GPX
Price: 136 $
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What's Included

  • GPX Sky Rider Drone with Remote Controller
  • Phone holder
  • Extra rechargeable battery
  • AC/DC power adapter
  • 4 replacement rotors
  • Screwdriver
  • Owner's manual

Product Features

Metal alloy chassis

Withstands impact, while allowing for fast and easy maneuvers in the sky.

Four-channel direction control

Offers easy maneuverability and flexible navigation. Choose from three speeds for customized control.

View a live video feed on your compatible mobile device

Live feed makes sure you don't miss a thing. Stream 0.9MP (1280 x 720) video.

Real-time, first-person view of your flight

Beam what your drone sees through its camera straight to your smartphone so you can go on a virtual flight, and monitor telemetry data.

Control the drone from up to 262' away

The built-in lithium-polymer battery provides up to 7 minutes of flight time per charge.

Before takeoff, update all software and firmware, and read the instructions thoroughly.

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Key Specs
  • Wireless Range
    262 feet
  • Effects
    Lights
  • Maximum Flight Time (no payload)
    7 minutes
  • Integrated GPS
    No
  • Integrated Camera
    Yes
Warranty
  • Parts
    30 days
  • Labor
    30 days
Features
  • Directional Controls
    All
  • Memory Card Included
    No
  • Wi-Fi Built-in
    Yes
Camera
  • High Definition
    Yes
  • Camera View
    1st person (FPV)
  • HD Streaming
    Yes
Certifications & Listings
  • Choking Hazard Warning
    Yes
Compatibility
  • Camera Compatibility
    Built-in
  • Mobile Device Holder
    Smartphone
Flight
  • Number of Rotors
    4
  • Operating Frequency
    2.4 megahertz
General
  • Recommended Minimum Age
    14 years
  • Vehicle Configuration
    Quadcopter
  • Body Material
    Metal
  • Model Number
    DRW637BUVP
  • Color Category
    Blue
  • Color
    Blue
Included
  • Memory Card Compatibility
    None
  • Landing Gear/Legs Included
    Landing Legs
Power
  • Rechargeable
    Yes
  • Battery Type
    Lithium-polymer
  • Battery Life
    7 minutes
  • Battery Size
    Other
  • Batteries Included
    Yes
  • Charging Time
    90 minutes
  • Controller Battery Size
    AAA
  • Number Of Controller Batteries Required
    4
  • Controller Batteries Included
    No
Dimension
  • Weight
    0.33 pounds
Other
  • Product Name
    Sky Rider Drone with Remote Controller
  • Brand
    GPX
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