Finally a ready to fly micro quadcopter that requires no setup or tuning. Just charge the batteries and fly!
The QR Ladybird features leading edge technology including a 6-axis gyro stabilization system making this micro quad ultra stable. Normally, building and setting up of a quadcopter requires lots of time, tuning and having to choose your own power system/components. The Ladybird takes away all of the complicated setup and makes it as easy as opening the box, charging the batteries and flying!
The Ladybird is very capable with plenty of power to spare. In normal mode, it's stable flight characteristics make it stress-free for the less experienced quad pilot. Switch it to aerobatic mode and it's very responsive for those looking to push it to it's limits. When in aerobatic mode, the responsiveness is greatly increased which allows for flips, rolls and loops to be performed!
From basic flying to amazing quad aerobatics, the QR Ladybird does it all. All this and it's still small enough to fit in the palm of your hand!
The Ladybird comes completely ready to fly with the Walkera 2402D 2.4gHz transmitter included. The 2402D features an easy to read backlit LCD display and is very ergonomic. This package also includes the flight battery, USB dual battery charger and spare propellers.
• 6-axis gyro stabilization system
• Ultra stable flight characteristics
• Aerobatic flight mode allowing for flips, rolls and loops
• Compact and lightweight design
• Ready to fly including 2.4gHz transmitter
Transmitter Mode: Mode 2
Included in box:
QR Ladybird Ultra Micro Quadcopter
2402D 2.4gHz transmitter with backlit LCD display (Mode 2)
3.7V 25C 240mAh LiPoly battery
USB dual battery charger
Spare propellers (2 x Black, 2 x Orange)
8 x AA batteries for transmitter
I had 5 or 6 flights with this little lady bird and then i started having a lot of difficulty binding with the transmitter (the standard 2402D that came with it). When I do get a solid red light on the bird and apply some throttle the propellers start to spin, but then it immediately shuts down, and I can't get it off the ground. Then I have to try to get a solid red light again.
It's getting very frustrating and I'm running out of patience. Does anyone know what's wrong, or have any suggestions ??
Great little fun quadcopter, it's really easy to fly around in- and outdoors. Stable and if you want it will do the crazy stuff also in the acrobatic flight mode. Just make sure you order some extra batteries, it's so easy and funny to fly around you don't want to spend time waiting on the next battery to load.great toy love it best money ive ever spent. just make sure you order spare batteries to keep the fun going. very crash resistant, takes a few flights to get the hang of it but once you do your away :) :)..great quad copter very simplenice quad wery easy to fly and. :)I have a Ladybird and was wondering if anyone knows of a receiver that will work with the supplyed transmitter? Transmitter 2402DThis is really a fun and very sturdy product. When I got it, I found it very sensitive on the controls but after some training it behaved very nicely. After reading some comments I found out about the AUX setting. It was "OFF". Turning it to "ON" made a difference! Then you need to give rather big commands to make things happen. Personally, I prefer the sensitive mode with AUX "OFF" when I got used to it. Have it now in "Green Mode" (left stick in max position before power to the Ladybird, then four times up and down with the right hand stick. Then the green LED is glowing). It is as sensitive on the controls as in AUX OFF mode and I do not see much difference. Have not yet tried any acrobatics, so maybe a difference will show then.
Purchase one or two extra batteries! Have got eight minutes flight time from both the original and the extra battery.
The sticks on the transmitter is a bit sloppy, but what can you expect for this price?
I bought extra propellers as well, but that was unnecessary. The original ones are still working despite some hard contacts with pieces of furniture and there are spare propellers already in the kit. It is a tough bird!Small and stable piece of hardware. One of the weakest parts seem to be motors - it's advised to put some glue on the bottom of each motor so that it does not accidentally "open".Absolutely amazing quad. This is my first quad. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who knows to fly a coaxial.
The best part of this quad is the durability. I have crashed this several times but after so many crashed only one of the motor plastic holder was cracked which was a easy fix with some CA.
The flight time is a bit less approx 7 min, I would recommend to buy some more spare batt packs as you will not want to stop flying :-)
Amazing little Quad. Super fun to fly, and really easy too. Even if you do crash it, you won't damage anything else and if you do damage the Quad itself, spare parts are cheap.
Do yourself a favour and pick up 3 or 4 of the Nanotech batteries while you're at it because the USB charger takes a while, and this thing is so much fun you will become impatient!