Ready for takeoff: Get the Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 with camera 46% off

  1. Drones have exploded in popularity recently. While federal regulations will dictate their use commercially, hobbyists and enthusiasts can use them for pure fun and enjoyment. Right now, you can grab the Extreme Micro-Drone 2.0 for 46% off at the TechSpot Store. 

    Weighing just over an ounce, it includes a swiveling camera so you can capture photos and videos from your flight. It has a flight range of up to 400 feet, and comes pre-programmed to perform 360-degree flips and stabilize back to flying position with ease. This compact quadcopter comes with everything you need to take to the skies. The Extreme Micro-Drone is durable, so you can use it indoors and outside.

    For $74.99 (46% off MSRP), you’ll get the Extreme Micro Drone 2.0, a 640px Micro Drone camera module, remote controller, and 4 spare blades. Note that you’ll need your own Micro SD card to store your footage. Worldwide shipping is included, and it comes with a 90 day replacement warranty.

    Interested? Head to the TechSpot Store link below and get yours today.

    TechSpot Store: Get the Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 for 46% off

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  2. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,106   +1,376

    We were just talking about vehicle range anxiety. Ha!

    These things are good for about 5 minutes in the air before recharge is needed, and this is no exaggeration, this is the fact.

    Makes sense why they are dirt-cheap - they are as good as a nuke with 1cm fuse. They will keep running out of juice and falling on somebody's head.
    Last edited: Mar 5, 2015
  3. TheBigFatClown

    TheBigFatClown TS Guru Posts: 643   +226

    What happens when the drone flies out of range? Does it detect this and go back into range?
  4. VitalyT

    VitalyT Russ-Puss Posts: 3,106   +1,376

    No, you receive its newly found address in the form of a subpoena letter from a happy neighbor on whose head the thing fell, and who is now happy to sue you.
    friisco likes this.
  5. Win7Dev

    Win7Dev TS Evangelist Posts: 537   +152

    Lets get something straight here though. Techspot: us readers don't want constant affiliate links to your new store as articles, especially when the product isn't very good. There are much better quadcopters available for $75. Syma is a leader for cheap quads.They go for about $30-$40. They are great novelty toys.

    If you want a real quadcopter with 15-20 minute flight time, it's going to be $500 or more.
  6. lhobby3

    lhobby3 TS Rookie

    I have one of these and it is garbage, impossible to calibrate and 4 min flight time max

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