TEC.BEAN X902 Black Spider Mini RC Quadcopter

October, 7, 16

TEC.BEAN X902 Black Spider Mini RC Quadcopter


Drone Features

Body Size: 

9.5*9.5*2cm (3.74*3.74*0.8 inch)

Battery Flight Time: 

5-7 minutes

Battery Charge Time: 

30 minutes

Remote Frequency: 



30 m

Accessories In Box: 

1 x Transmitter 1 x Battery 1 x USB Charger 4 x Propellers 1 x User Manual

The TEC.BEAN X902 Black Spider Mini RC Quadcopter is a micro quadcopter that has been created with a spider like design that makes it look cool and different. The motors and propellers face downwards, giving it a unique look unlike any other quadcopter.

The new design and body of the drone is easier to assemble and maintain. It also features a built-in protective frame that makes the aerial machine more durable.

The drone uses the newest 6 Axis Gyro System that provides amazing stability and easy operation when flying indoors or outdoors. The use of 4 rotors makes the flight more powerful and makes performing 3D flying stunts easier.

It can be easily flown using a 2.4G frequency remote controller, which provides a strong signal to the drone and doesn’t allow interference with other drones flying around, and even has Auto Connection Technology.

Fliers can perform a number of cool functions with this drone and maneuvering it is very simple due to its small size. You can fly up and down, turn left and right, leftward, rightward, as well as side flying. More advanced stunts like 3D flips, 3D rolls with one key roll button, and Gravity Control Modes are also available.

In fact, the controller can fly the drone in 2 speeds – low and high, so beginnes as well as advanced fliers can have fun! There are also LED lights on the drone’s body to facilitate better night flying.

The TEC.BEAN X902 Black Spider Mini RC Quadcopter uses a 7.4V 180mAh Li-Polymer battery that provides a flight time of around 5-7 minutes, and can be completely charged in about 30 minutes.





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