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09-13-2015 06:54 PM  33 months agoPost 1
6cuda6

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Ontario, Canada

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Have a loaded question for you guys...How hard are one of these to fly? Can anyone do it right out of the box if they have a bit of radio stick knowledge?

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09-13-2015 10:55 PM  33 months agoPost 2
Dan Minick

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Columbus, WI

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In my opinion yes, I started my lady on a Blade 200QX after IRCHA and by flight 3 she had the sticks to herself. Still shaky, but its not broken either! No prior stick time on anything

Another recommendation is to buy something you can get parts for. Apparently DJI thinks their units are impossible to crash, they don't sell many parts. And the service is terrible. My dad has a couple for his company that were crashed, a Phantom 2 vision and a 3 pro sitting in the scrap because they can fix the gimbals. Thats an easy way to loose $1400 bucks a crack

Team Synergy, Team FBL Rotors-------if its not broke...it will be!

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09-25-2015 03:42 AM  33 months agoPost 3
turboomni

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East of the Equator

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Have you read the news lately about "drones in the way" These guys are not fluent rc heli flyiers ,,these things will maintain altitude,,return to home ,,,follow you around ,,an idiot could fly one. Don't get me wrong I am not against them ,just some of the users.

Setup is everything, All my heli's can fly far better than I can pilot them

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