I love flying this little thing. I bought it as a trainer to hone my skill for larger multirotors and find I fly it much more often just because of the ease of use. I'm on my 3rd one because of getting 2 prior purchases caught in the trees but I keep coming back. I actually bought a Hubsan X107 thinking it would be a cheaper replacement but its not in the same league as far as quality - you really get what you pay for and the Ladybird is far and away better than the X107So I was flying and then suddenly LB dropped like a rock! Turns out that the ladybird cuts off too early when voltage drops. I still had plenty of power in the ladybird to do loops! It should not shut down like that when I am 100 feet high! This is unacceptable! The old Ladybirds had voltage cut off too, but at a much lower voltage threshold! Should be able to calibrate this?Ultra light quad helicopter, hobby grade at low costs. Excellent buy for a first helicopter. Is able to fly both inside and outside with this one. It can take up to 10 m/s winds if your a experienced pilot.This little thing is about the most fun you can have with your pants on!. Tough as nails and very stable, Not really for beginners, It is very fast for its size and can get out of site very fast. Parts are cheap and plentiful, I just can't get enough of this little quad, Good job Walkera and HK for stocking it.Very stabil mini quad-copter. I have a lot of fun with it.
Even in the wind!! Also very strong, I crashed many times with this little bird, its a very small one and you can't see it if you fly too far, but its still flying!
I fly with the stock lipo (240mAh) 6 a 7 minute and with the nano-tech 260mAh even a minute longer!!! That's a lot of fun.