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worked great first time. started to notice 1 propeller wasn't turning as fast as the rest. eventually wouldn't turn at all. I had to manually start it every time then it would spin. when it flew it was good but the slow propeller would make it flew to one side constantly. couldn't hover as it should. battery life is also very very poor. 7 minutes with my son and it was dead.
Took awhile to figure out how the controls, but after 4 days, our 7 year old is flying like a pro. The battery life is pretty short, but a pack of 6 batteries with charger was about 20 bucks, so that will give us more time in the air.