Palm-sized quad rotor flying fun

Available in RTF or Tx-R

The 1SQ is unlike any other quadcopter — and not just because of its compact size. A 3-axis gyro system, combined with 4 independently controlled rotor blades, makes this machine so stable anyone can fly it. It’s very durable, capable of outdoor flight in light winds, and is available Ready-To-Fly and Transmitter-Ready. Both versions come with a LiPo flight battery, charger and extra blades; the RTF also includes a hobby-quality 2.4GHz radio.

The TAGS gyro system stabilizes all three axes (yaw, roll and pitch), so external forces will not adversely affect performance. When combined with the 1SQ’s four independently controlled rotor blades you have a model that hovers and maneuvers as smooth as glass!

Don’t let the 1SQ’s compact dimensions fool you — it’s a durable little machine made with tough molded plastic parts and composite materials that can stand up to incidental contact and come back for more!

RTF – Ready To Fly version
The radio included with the RTF is hobby-quality!

The included 2.4GHz radio features selectable beginner and export modes that let you start flying the 1SQ at the level you’re most comfortable with. The 3-axis gyro systems builds pilot confidence by keeping the quadcopter rock-solid stable during flight.

This RTF includes:

● 1S 250mAh LiPo flight battery

● USB-compatible LiPo charger

● Extra set of (4) rotor blades

● “AA” batteries

HMXE0834 – RTF
Length (including blades): 5.7 in (145 mm)
Width (including blades): 5.7 in (145 mm)
Height: 1.37 in (35 mm)
Weight w/battery: 1.1 oz (31.2 g)
Blade Length: 2.16 in (55 mm)
Requires: nothing

Tx-R – Transmitter-Ready
Fly the 1SQ — and all other Tx-R aircraft — with YOUR favorite transmitter!

The beauty of Tx-R technology is that you can use the transmitter that’s already set up just the way you like it to fly virtually any Tx-R model.

That’s the simplicity and value of Tx-R. As long as your transmitter is compatible with AnyLink — nearly all brands, bands and modulations are — it will fly this model. In most cases you’ll just plug the tiny AnyLink (available separately) into your transmitter’s trainer port. Then you’re ready to send signals to the SLT receiver included with Tx-R models. See tx-ready.com for full details.

Another Tx-R advantage: the included components are installed and expertly matched to the model for optimum performance — no guessing what motor or battery will work best!

This Tx-R includes:

● 1S 250mAh LiPo flight battery

● USB-compatible LiPo charger

● Extra set of (4) rotor blades

HMXE0835 – Tx-R
Length (including blades): 5.7 in (145 mm)
Width (including blades): 5.7 in (145 mm)
Height: 1.37 in (35 mm)
Weight w/battery: 1.1 oz (31.2 g)
Blade Length: 2.16 in (55 mm)
Requires: 4-channel radio system with SLT or compatibility with AnyLink

Recommended Products:
TACJ2000 Tactic AnyLink 2.4GHz Radio Adapter
FUTK6000 Futaba 6J 2.4GHz S-FHSS 6-Channel Radio System

Note: For a complete list of required items, see the instruction manual. Ask your hobby dealer for additional recommendations.

Source: Heli-Max

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