This fun little quad is just an amazing piece of multi-rotor technology. To start with it's tiny, only measuring 62mm but in spite of its size, it is a rock solid stable flier that is perfect for some indoor flying at home, in the office and weather permitting even in your back yard.
Controlled by your smart phone or device, you simply download the software and the CX-10W is then completely wifi controlled by your device. Equipped with a tiny .3MP camera the video it shoots is received in real time on your devices screen for a true mini-FPV experience!
With two flying levels, capable of doing 360-degree flips at the touch of a button and able to go places other quads simply can't, the CX-10W is the ultimate micro camera quad.
• 4 channels with LED light
• 6-axis gyro with gyro calibration function
• The battery is with protective function
• Wifi mobile control and the RC distance is about 15m
• H/L speed to switch.
• FPV with 3D flip function.
• Supports IOS/Android
• It allows many people to play it at the same time and the transmission function has 8 frequency points,which would not disturb each other.
• It has 0.3MP camera will take video and pictures
Channels: 4 Channel
Gyro: 6 axis
Diameter of Blade:30mm
Quadcopter size: 62x62x20mm
Flight/Control Distance: Approx 15-30m
Flight Time: Approx 4mins
Charge Time: Approx 60mins
Battery: 3.7V 150mAh(included)
SD card: Optional(Max of 32G)
CX-10W Mobile RC Quadcopter
USB charging cable
4 x spare blades
Required: (Not included)
Memory card and card reader
Unit Weight (g)
Max Charge Rate(C):
The FPV over wifi functionality is pretty amazing for something so cheap and small. You get 640x480 output and decent image quality. Also, you can take pictures and record video through your phone. However, it's almost useless for actual FPV, as there is noticeable lag and occasional frame dropouts. I was forced to fly line of sight indoors, though outdoors FPV might be easier. The roll input isn't very good I must say. I don't know if it's a product of using the phone as a controller or what, but sometimes you'll have the stick all the way to the right or left and it just barely moves over. Compared to non-FPV quads the same size it is extremely difficult to fly. The battery is difficult to swap, so you are stuck with recharging for 20-30min after 4min flights. The concept is brilliant, but the execution leaves something to be desired. Overall it's worth the price, but I've had cheaper quads that fly better.Fantastic idea. I waiting it when I receive it.