Meh you’re killing me slowly. All these drones I might have to start a clone army. Look meh it’s been too many days without a response from the staff. I am determined and now my next mission is a Christmas list, sponsored by meh and presented by everyone who posts on my comment. Without further ado, I present the meh Christmas shopping list:
IRK Plushies, Mehgic 8 Ball (all responses some form of meh.), Squatty Potty (because we don’t have the fukubukuro anymore and our crap needs to go somewhere), AAA batteries, and poop meh emoji pillows.
Small drones are for messing with cats. But flight times have been typically very short. The large drones require room, room that I do not have here inside our home. These things usually don’t work well in any wind or wet. A rare day that is dry, warm, calm, and I don’t already have something better to do. But damn I still want one.
Right click google gives some reviews (walmart) & they aren’t all bad. Even woot has it (for $47.99) but no reviews (does anyone still post there anymore?). It could be that the meh has a typo because all other sites show the flight time is 12-14 minutes. Not that meh is wrong, 2-14 is still in the 0-14 mins range.
I’m on the fence on this one but I got all day as I am doubtful it will sell out. & if it does, my decision is made for me.
@Joedetroit I have various drones from mini drones to to the larger DJI Phantom 4 for professional filming of events and the typical flight time for mini drones I use for indoor recording are more like 5 to 7 minutes nowhere near 12 as reported
@Joedetroit you can have mine. Bought it last time meh featured it and am sorely disappointed - one battery doesn’t charge and the transmitter was broken on arrival. Cheap. I went straight to DJI after this and will never own another offbrand.
@gfreek Auto Return/One Key Return is are misnomers, it does not return to a preset point, It rarely works, and in many cases, it will dart in another direction, compounding your problem. The only real Return-To-Home function requires GPS, which is rare in toy-grade drones.
@Rstoker There isn’t a separate power switch on the drone itself. When you pop in the battery and turn on the controller, it /should/ power on the drone a few moments later. (Found that by accident when I popped in the battery with the controller already on, and all the blinkies came to life).