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2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter

2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
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2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
2.4G 6 Axis 4 Propellers Quadcopter
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: DRONE-QC11
  • Weight: 1.11kg
  • Dimensions: 12.60cm x 5.50cm x 22.50cm
  • Barcode: 9335432029833
Ex Tax: $17.27

With a lightweight core, the Navig8r Drone AIR11 is manoeuvrable yet strong enough to withstand bumps and falls. The AIR11 uses a 6 axis gyroscope to ensure the drone stays stable and level, even in light winds wind. The included remote control has 2.4Ghz band for reliable long-distance transmission. Four small yet powerful motors drive four rotor blades which are protected by bumpers. The Air11 is great simple and easy to fly drone for the whole family.

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  • Compact design
  • Bumper blade protection
  • 6 Axis Gyro
  • USB charging
  • Headless mode
  • 360 flips
  • 2.4gHz remote control
Suitable for beginnersY
Assembly requiredN
Hard-mounted cameraN/A
Camera ResolutionN/A
Body Width (L to R)83mm
Number of Propellers4
Propeller length31mm
Status LED (On Drone)Y
Body Mounted LED's (Night Flying)Y
Housing Construction (Material)Durable ABS Plastic
Frame Construction (Material)Durable ABS Plastic
Throw Launch CapabilityY
Speed ModesSlow, Medium, Fast
Stunt / Flip / Roll modesY
Automatic TrimmingY
Gyroscope Axes6
Remote control suppliedY
Remote Control Operating Frequency2.4GHz
Controllable by App (downloadable)N/A
Charge Time / Hours UseUp to 60mins / Up to 10mins
Drone - Built-in Rechargeable BatteryY
Drone - Battery Type and CapacityLithium Ion Polymer 150mAh
Accessories Include1 x Removable Battery, 1 x Remote Control, 4 x Spare Blades, 1 x User Manual
Product Dimensions (mm)83 x 83 x 31
Inner Carton Qty60
Master Carton Qty60
EAN barcode9335432029833
3 key feature benefits1) Compact design 2) Bumper blade protection 3) 360 flips

Headless mode

Drones with a headless mode are generally easily to fly. Headless mode stops a drone’s ability to rotate left and right. So essentially, if placed in a forward facing direction at take-off, the front of the drone will always stay front facing and land in a front facing position. If the headless mode is disengaged, the drone will be able to rotate left and right and by introducing this extra axis to control, will therefore tend make flying a bit more challenging.


360 degree flip and roll
Flips are rolls are mid-air stunts. A flip is a forward facing 360 degree rotation and a roll is a sideways 360 degree rotation. When your drone is about 5 meters above the ground, simple press on of the stunts buttons to enact each stunt.


Gyroscope calibration

With all the bangs and bumps a drone takes, sometimes it needs a little tune up to keep it in the best running condition. If your drone is off centre and is slowly drifting to one side when it is supposed to be stationery for example, you may need to calibrate the internal gyroscope. To do this, simply place the drone on a flat level surface. Turn the drone ON then press the gyroscope calibration button. This will reset and equalise all the sensors (so to speak), to give your drone the best chance at optimal flying control again.


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