HexH2o Pro Waterproof Drone

Drone Features

Body Size: 

W740 x H240 x L650 mm

Battery Flight Time: 

15 to 25 mins

Remote Frequency: 

2.4 and 5.8 GHz



The HexH2o Pro Waterproof Drone is another one created by QuadH2o, and features leading waterproof capabilities. The company has taken the best of their features from previously released drones like QuadH20 and HexH20, and made them advanced and better. This Pro version also has an all new body design and features a slick white body along with custom graphics.

The drone has been created using Epoxy fiber composite that makes its body very sturdy, lightweight and rugged. It houses a gimbal and GoPro action camera inside the frame, allowing users to record completely stabilized video from both the air as well as under water. It also has a 2kg payload release system and quick release legs.

HexH2o Pro Waterproof Drone

This waterproof multirotor comes with a DJI Zenmuse H4-3D (or H3-3D) gimbal and users have the option of attaching a GoPro 3 or 4 Silver/Black Edition to take amazing footage and pictures. It is a 3-axis gimbal that features high precision brushless servo control and a built-in IMU module. It has been created using aluminum alloy and is lightweight.

The HexH2o Pro Waterproof Drone uses two 7000mAh (or more) Li-Po batteries at the same time, and it has a flight time of up to 25 minutes. You can also use just one battery and will then have a flight time of about 15 minute.

The drone uses a Futaba T8J transmitter that has a range of 1000m for convenient flying. It also features a FlySky Black Pearl monitor that has a TFT LCD Screen with LED backlight and 1024 × 600 resolution. The flight controller has various built-in features like Multiple Control Modes, Low Voltage Protection, PC & Bluetooth Ground Station, Intelligent Orientation Control, Sound Alarm and 4 Configurable Output.

HexH2o Pro Waterproof Drone



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