LARK LC-589: DIY modular educational drone for kids

LARK LC-589 DIY educational drone for KIDS

Similar to the Eachine Tyro79, the LARK LC-589 also comes in parts and requires to be assembled. While the Tyro79 is suggested for more experienced pilots, the LARK LC-589 (CX Model CX-002) is suitable for totally newbies or even by kids.

The LARK LC-589’s gift box includes all the parts you need to build your DIY drone. You got remote controller, battery, flight controller, motors, 2 sets of propellers and blade protectors. Furthermore, it has all the major features (altitude hold and headless mode) of a ready to fly (RTF) toy drone.

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In my opinion the fact that a drone can be easily split into pieces should not scare you. While assembling the LARK CX-002 you will learn a bit about how these flying things work.

LARK LC-589 aka CX Model CX-002 features and specs

  • Easy to assemble modular design;
  • Blade protectors for safer flights;
  • One handed gyro remote controller;
  • Motors with connectors (no soldering required);
  • 6-axis gyro stabilization;
  • Barometric altitude hold;
  • Headless flight mode;
  • Multiple flight speed rates;
  • LED lights for night flights;
  • 3D-flip mode;
  • About 7 minutes play time.

LARK LC-589 package content

What’s inside the box?

  • One handed gyro remote controller;
  • Upper body shell;
  • Lower body shell
  • Main board (flight controller + receiver);
  • MB holder;
  • 1 set set of micro brushed motors;
  • 4 pieces of protection frames;
  • 4 pieces of protection frame connecting rod
  • 2 sets of propellers;
  • 5 foot pads;
  • Switch button;
  • 3.7/400mAh flight battery;
  • USB Charging Cable;
  • English drone manual.

1 COMMENT

  1. I can not seem to get body to stay together the battery seems to be too big and it will not go together. The battery fit into the cavity but the mother board just keeps popping off as it seem to fat.

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