Over the time, all DJI drones have been cloned, so now it’s time of the little Tello. From the first picture I’ve seen with the Linxtech 1802 quadcopter, it was obvious that it copied the design of the much expensive DJI Tello. It also comes with brushed motors and removable blade protectors.
According to the manufacture’s specs, the 1000 mAh allows about 9 minutes of flight autonomy. This is 4 minutes less than Tello has. The control range of the Linxtech 1802 is also much shorter than its DJI contender.
In front of the aircraft is located a 720P camera with WiFi real-time image transmission. Thanks to the barometric air-pressure sensor, the drone is capable to autonomously maintain its flight altitude allowing to be easily controlled even by kids.
Linxtech 1802 drone features and specs
- Cool Rize Tello alike design;
- Removable blade protectors;
- Altitude hold (stable hovering);
- One-key Taking off/Landing;
- 720P camera for aerial filming;
- WiFi real-time image transmission (FPV);
- About 40 meters control range;
- Up to 9 minutes flying time.
This Tello clone is packed with a nice remote controller with foldable antennas. Note: the transmitter is powered by 3 pieces of AA batteries (not included).
Included accessories with the Linxtech 1802 quad
- Remote controller with foldable antennas;
- 1 set of blade protectors;
- 2 pairs of spare propellers;
- 1000mAh flight battery (1s – 3.7v);
- USB charger;
- Drone instruction guide.