This drone is amazing. I had so much fun with it. My husband and sons are normally the pilots of our RC toys, but I got to have the fun this time. I am just thrilled that I was afforded the opportunity to review Zuzo’s Drone with Camera – ZuZo® 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Gyro RC, in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This product arrives as shown. In your package you will get 1 copter, 1 camera/battery door cover, 1 battery, 1 USB battery adapter/charger, 4 spare quadcopter blades, a bag of tiny screws, 1 screwdriver, 4 blade guards, 1 remote control Unit, 2 drone legs, and 1 instruction booklet. The remote requires 4 AA batteries to work. They are not included. No tool is required to access this battery compartment.
I cannot express enough how much I love this drone. We have RC helicopters, and a drone already. This one is soooooooo much more durable then any of are other RC vehicles. I crashed this drone over and over again learning how to operate it, and having the wind grab it. This baby just kept on going strong. Ok, now that I got that off my chest, lol, there is some assembly required before using this drone. You need to screw on the blade guards, and the copter legs. Everything is included to do this. You also need to charge up and install the drone battery, and attach the camera/battery cover. The instruction booklet is great at explaining how to do all of this. Now install your 4 AA batteries into your remote, and a micro SD card into the back of the drone’s camera. The micro SD card is also not included. Then you are off an running. I cannot stress enough to follow the operating instructions to a T for the start up of the copter. It walks you through easily, how to connect the remote to your quadcopter. I made sure it ran, indoors, but it has way too much power to be run indoors. To have your remote connect to your drone, first turn your remote on. You will see a green light go on, and hear a beep. Now, turn your drone on. Move your throttle switch all the way forward, and then move it all the way back down. Your drone lights should stop flashing and be solid on at this point. If your camera is attached correctly, it will be lit green. If you did it incorrectly, it will be lit red. Now bring your throttle back to the middle area, and get ready to fly it. The instruction booklet breaks it down for you very nicely. I went to our more open backyard at first so I could practice, and then moved to the front yard. If it’s really windy out, I would postpone your fly time. It will get thrown around by the wind. It responds really well to the remote. The drone can take a fall and keep on going. If it falls into the grass and all the blades won’t turn. Check to make sure a blade of grass didn’t get wound up into the blade. If so, just pull it out, and it should be flying ready. That has happened to me several times, lol. Even my 8 year old was impressed on how durable it was. He swore I was going to break it, and was amazed when it just kept on going, and in perfect condition too. Everything worked well with the drone’s camera too. The visual was nice and clear. I am head over heels with this product, and I really recommend it.
If you would like to purchase this product, it can be found here on Amazon: //ws-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&OneJS=1&Operation=GetAdHtml&MarketPlace=US&source=ac&ref=tf_til&ad_type=product_link&tracking_id=cspprorevblo-20&marketplace=amazon®ion=US&placement=B00XPWXYDK&asins=B00XPWXYDK&linkId=QTZQLPFVIQJTT2MI&show_border=true&link_opens_in_new_window=true
If you would like to see some video we did, you can see it here on YouTube: https://youtu.be/u7B2s3HzvR8