DROCON Bugs 6 Brushless Racing Drone

Drone Features

Body Size: 

15.1 x 11 x 6.3 inches

Battery Flight Time: 

10 to 12 minutes

Remote Frequency: 



200 to 300 meters

The DROCON Bugs 6 Brushless Racing Drone is a great drone if you want to fly at high speeds and have complete control over your flying device. It comes equipped with 1806 1800KV brushless motors that provide a powerful and fast flight, along with the needed safety.

Equipped with a 7.4V 1300mAh 25C Lipo battery, it provides users with a long flight time of up to 10 to 12 minutes on a single complete charge, which is decent for its size. It also has responsive 2.4G frequency technology that provides a good range to fly the drone and it features a range of 200 to 300 meters.

The remote controller used to fly this drone is also simple to use and comes with all the controls necessary. It comes with 2 functions that help keep your drone safe – weak signal alert and low voltage alert. These features help in gauging the drone’s condition and having a better idea of its status.

The DROCON Bugs 6 Brushless Racing Drone also comes with ESC that is high powered and helps in a number of functions. No need to worry about the ESC burning out since it comes with built-in automatic lock protection and high-temperature lock protection.

While the drone does not come with a camera of its own, users have the option of adding one and making it an FPV drone. This can be done by mounting the C5830 FPV CAMERA onto it. You can then get 5.8G 500mw high power image transmission as well as 300 to 500 meters clear and smooth image transmission. You will also receive a 4.3 Inch screen for that with the camera.

When it comes to flying, the drone has a top speed of 80 km/h and can also execute some cool 3D flips and rolls in all 4 directions – forward, backward, left or right. It also has bright LED lights on its body to make it distinguishable in the night sky. 


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