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The QR Ladybird V2 features a 3-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 V2 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.
From basic flying to amazing quad aerobatics, the QR Ladybird V2 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 deVention Devo 4 2.4gHz transmitter included. The Devo 4 is simple to use, features a D/R button and has a very ergonomic design. This package also includes the flight battery, USB dual battery charger and spare propellers.
• 3-axis gyro stabilization system
• Ultra stable flight characteristics
• Aerobatic flight mode selectable by transmitter D/R button
• Compact and lightweight design
• Ready to fly including 2.4gHz transmitter
Transmitter Mode: Mode 2
Included in box:
QR Ladybird V2 Ultra Micro Quadcopter
deVention Devo 4 2.4gHz transmitter (Mode 2)
3.7V 25C 240mAh LiPoly battery
USB dual battery charger
Spare propellers (2 x Black, 2 x Orange)
4 x AA batteries for transmitter
The Ladybird has gotten great reviews.
My experience has not been so great. I ordered my Ladybird from HK. On the 3rd day of flying inside the house I experienced a mechanical failure on a relatively hard landing from about 3 feet up. The quad landed upright and one of the motor housings broke where it attaches to the arm. On closer inspection I discovered that the miniature screw that holds the motor housing to the arm was loose and landing on the landing gear put torque on the motor and the top of the housing broke off. I am now faced with a couple week's downtime and an additional $10.00 expense to replace the entire motor and arm.
This should not have happened.
Do yourself a favor and check the tightness of all the little screws when yours first arrives and avoid unnecessary downtime and repairs.This thing is SO MUCH FUN!!! I have a nano qx and it flies just as good, not a durable on crashing though, the devo4 is a little weird feel to it, but Im doing flips and rolls, fast forward flight, easy hovering in the house, you name it, putting an fpv system on it soon.The Ladybird mini quadcopter, its a great purchase I'm having lots of fun flying indoors & outdoors.
Had to brush-up on my flying skills, I just completed a 250mm ZMR racer, I dont want to crash (the ZMR 250mm) trying to knock the rust off thy thumbs. I recommend this ladybird quadcopter to all from the Novice to the Pro!Easy to fly a little sensitive on the throttle dual rates tames it down for indoors so you don't get that " its coming right at me moment"This quad is rather nice for the price. My 10 year old brother enjoys it very much and was completely set on getting one once he saw mine.
The quad is stable, agile, and otherwise very easy to fly.
Now the quad I own is the more expensive v1.
Since it has an accelerometer it's a bit more stable than the V1 by some.
The only difference I see in handling is if you do some rather tight and otherwise frantic stick movements the quad can be a tad "confused" since it uses only gyros. But for the price and the fact you can do all sorts of stupid things with the quad with no to minimal recourse makes it an excellent buy to say the least.My First Quadcopter, this Ladybird V2, is a lot of fun for the price!!! Crashed so many times.(100 ). I used it in a motel room,,, I only broked the Main frame,,so get 3 Main Frames as spares parts,, price at only $2.25 ea, It's a deal,,, I got 2 set of replacement Props, didn't used it yet, But It must also!! Fly great But a bit sensitive on the control sticks!.amazing little machine! flies like a dream, steady and smooth! my only complain is that i didn't initially order spare batteries; because one you get her in the air, you're never gonna wanna come back down ;) parts are readily available and cheap. two thumbs up, a must buy!!!throttle control takes some time to get use to, not easy to hold altitude just up fast or drop basically but very fun and scares the crap out of cats :)bought this for my son , did bind ok every things were working ok . just before flying , tried to adjust the trimmers . both right motors running much faster . moving it to the left , nothing seemed to work . the two motors on the left side weren't working at the same speed . after two minutes trying to fix this . front left motor stopped , then shortly after back /left motor stopped as well , & that was it . hobby king were nice enough to ask me to return the quad . but $ 45 quad . & $ 25 return cost . i am buying a flight controller & sets of motors . at the same cost nearly . just because my son did like the shape of this quad . my advice to any one , don't even bother , will not fly , or if it does will be for one hour the most . just a piece of rubbish . & you will be stuck , not worth that much , trying to fix it . will recommend to only my worst enemies .Otimo produto! Recomendo a compra!!