Syma X22W, another wannabe selfie drone

Syma X22W selfie quadcopter

Syma, a well known toy drone manufacturer, recently announced the X22W – a wannabe selfie drone. Excepting the small size and built-in WiFi FPV camera, there is nothing like the JJRC H37 aka the first sElfie Drone.

Featuring altitude-hold, the Syma X22W is capable to autonomously maintain its flight altitude at the desired level. Headless flight mode is another feature which makes the aircraft easy to control even for first-time pilots.

Syma X22W LEDs for night flight

During night flights you will be guided by 4 LED lights. Two red ones in front and two green ones on back.

Included remote controller is very simple, without too many buttons nor status LCD. Both control sticks are centered. The right shoulder button allows to enable 3D flip mode. Toggling between “High” and “Low” speed rates can be done by quickly pressing the right control stick as a button.

Syma X22W quadcopter features and specs

  • Compact design with built-in propeller protectors;
  • Suitable for indoor and outdoor usage;
  • Headless flight mode;
  • One key return to home;
  • Dual speed rates (High and Low);
  • Altitude hold;
  • One key Take off/Land;
  • Built-in 0.3Mp camera;
  • WiFi real-time image transmission;
  • Colorful LED lights;
  • About 5 minutes of play time.

Now, using this “CSTX22W” coupon code, you can have this nice mini toy drone for only $30.99. You can opt between white and black colors.

Included with the Syma X22W drone

  • 2.4G remote controller;
  • Mobile holder clip for RC;
  • 3.7V 400mAh Li-Po battery (built-in);
  • USB charging cable
  • Dual battery docking station;
  • 2 pairs of spare propellers;
  • Screwdriver;
  • English user manual;

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  1. My son used his drone a few times and then the power does not come on when pressing the power button. He claims that the last thing he did with it was not to crash it. Any suggestions? Reset button?

  2. Kind of a light weight review. No comments at all on how well it flies or how stable the auto hover is. The review calls it a selfie drone wantabe but makes no comment on picture quality or the fact that the JJRC H37 uses the same megapixel size camera. If you are going to dis something you really should explain why.


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