15 Nov GoolRC T47 FPV Foldable Drone With 720p Wifi Live Camera Video And 2.4G Grip Controller Review
The GoolRC T47 FPV Foldable Drone With 720p Wifi Live Camera Video And 2.4G Grip Controller is a really cool product that provides a lot of value for such a minimal price. It’s stylish red exterior and all black propellers are not just there for style. They are also great at hiding blemishes something that will occur a lot during your early testing with this product. I could not count the number of times the product crashed into a wall or the ground early on. However, the fact no actual damage was recorded and the fact the product was still functional is a testament to its design and manufacturing. Just in case damage occurred the product comes with a spare battery and additional propellers that can easily detach and reattach. If you wish to charge the product unplug the battery and use micro USB cable provided and plug it into the side of the drone battery.
Flying as I mentioned before is not easy especially in the beginning. While an app called GoolRC is recommended by the 3 instruction manuals I could not get it to work. The 2.4G controller was my only option. It was not necessarily bad by any means. But at first flying, this thing was a real challenge. I kept crashing as the Drone was unable to remain balanced while flying. Requiring constant input to avoid hitting the ground. I guess that type of conveniences is only achieved with more expensive drones. I do like the carrying case included in the package and it’s something I would definitely bring with me. Overall the GoolRC drone is the next level of toy drone technology over those mini quadcopters. However, the differences between this and Go Pro and DJI are still quite noticeable. But that’s forgivable as I still had a good time with this and with the price as well.
Lori BrashPosted at 19:28h, 29 December
I bought this but there was no English instruction manual which I need. I refuse to buy one. Can one be sent to me?
adminPosted at 05:29h, 30 December
I’m just some random guy who reviewed this. You would need to speak to the company I would assume