UDI Sky Walker Multi Config Quadcopter

Brand: UDI

Part Number: A-U843

£35.99 Web Price RRP £39.99

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Like the U841 but without the camera the U843 Sky Walker is a versatile quadcopter that can be built into 4 different configurations. Firstly there is a minimal setup with no accessories, this gives you the optimum flying performance and least weight. Then you can add the guards to that for added protection as you get used to it or for flying indoors. Then there is a car setup, this has 4 wheels and allows you to drive the quadcopter along the floor. Finally, there is big wheel mode designed to enable you to climb walls or run along the roof and give the most protection.

The micro electronics inside the U843 are exactly the high quality that you would expect from UDI. With 6-axis gyro stabilisation and selectable skill levels (novice & advance) it makes a great introduction to multirotor flight for the novice and in advanced mode you can really challenge yourself around the house!

The U843 is supplied in a Ready to Fly format, this means that all the hard work is done you and you can be flying in minutes. All you need to do is charge the flight battery using the included charger and add 4x AA batteries to the controller.

• Tough spinning large wheels for climbing walls and added protection
• 4 Different Flight Combinations!
• Selectable performance modes (novice & advance)
• 2.4GHz radio system included
• 6-axis gyro stabilisation
• Spare blades included

Required for use: 4x AAA batteries for the controller

  • Brand: UDI
  • Part No: A-U843
  • Flying Style: Fun
  • Build Level: RTF (Ready to Fly)

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