WLtoys Q242G Mini RC Quadcopter RTF

Drone Features

Battery Flight Time: 

10 mins

Battery Charge Time: 

60 mins

Stills Resolution (megapixels): 


Remote Frequency: 

2.4 and 5.8 GHz


50 meters

Accessories In Box: 

1 x Transmitter with FPV Monitor 2 x USB Cable 1 x 2G Memory Card 1 x Card Reader 1 x 3.7V 380mAh Li-Po Battery 1 x 3.7V 500mAh Li-Po Battery 1 x Battery Explosion-proof Bag 1 x English User Manual

The WLtoys Q242G Mini RC Quadcopter RTF comes with a 6-axis gyro system that provides a more stable flying experience, along with stronger wind resistance, and makes it easy to control the drone.

It is a great small sized aerial machine that is easy to fly and can be the perfect device to try for beginners. Its small size and agile body also allows advanced fliers to execute stunning stunts without the difficulty that comes with handling big quadcopters, and the drone can be flown both indoors and outdoors.

Along with the flying, users can also record amazing pictures and videos using the drone’s on board 2MP FPV camera that helps capture every beautiful and unforgettable moment.

The drone comes with a 2.4GHz Wireless Remote Control that features a LCD display with 5.8G real-time photo transmission to view and share videos and photos at anytime. You can review what is being recorded by the drone’s camera and also adjust the drone and camera settings as per your convenience.

It uses a 3.7V 400mAh Li-Po battery, which has a flight time of around 10 minutes and a charging time of about 60 minutes for a longer and easy flight. It is also a Phantom designed flight battery that does not need any connecting cables so it is easy to remove and put back as well.

It even features LED lights on the body, which help make it stand apart from the other drones and easier to recognize. It helps in making night flying a lot simpler, as you can spot it in the dark and wouldn’t lose it.

Its lightweight airframe with nice durability, allow for flying features like 360-degree rolls for some cool flying action! Flying movements include the quadcopter going left, right, forward, up, down, backward and sideward.



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