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ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return

ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return

ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
ARRIS Poke Micro FPV Mini RC Quadcopter Drone Micro Video Camera Drone UFO RTF w/ 5.8G 25mw AIO Camera Headless Mode One Key Return
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Features

  • This ARRIS poke micro drone is based on Eachine E010, better than other tiny whoop in the market.
  • One-key Return: With built-in positioning system, the drone can auto locate the remote control, just press the one key return button, the drone will fly back to the remote control's location.
  • FPV Camera: Equipped with 5.8G 25mW HD camera bringing a new perspective to your photos and videos from the air. All you need is the FPV goggle or FPV monitor.
  • This micro video camera drone has upgraded with ARRIS 25C 200mAh battery,up to 4min and 50 seconds flying time.
  • RTF version with a battery inside the package.

Description

Search this ASIN on amazon to buy extra batteries: B075L4MZJC ARRIS Poke mini fpv quadcopter is one simplied and durable FPV quad for any level players. With the small size and light weight, you can fly it indoor or outdoors. This mini quad has many functions, you can fly it up/down,left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip and etc. Press one-key return button, the quad will fly back to the remote controller's location. With the bright LED, you can enjoy the night flying. Main Features: High/low speed switch, suitable for indoor and outdoor. Modular Design: FC,motor and Video tx camera connected through quick release terminal, no soldering needed, convenient for future upgrade and maintainance Easy to fly: headless mode and one key return makes it suitable for any level of players Good for FPV: It comes with high quality camera, which performs well in both bright and dark condition. The video tx is 5.8G 25mw 48 channel, suitable for most of the related fpv goggles and monitors. Headless Mode: Usually, the forward direction of a flying multi-rotor is the same as the nose direction. By using Headless, the forward direction has nothing to do with nose direction. This lessens the steepness of the learning curve Specifications: Function: Forward/backward, up/down, left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip, headless mode, high/low speed, one-key return, LED lights Control distance: About 30m Wheelbase: 65mm Video TX: 5.8Ghz 25mw 48 CH with camera Battery for quadcopter: 3.7V 200mAh 25C li-po battery Flying time: About 4.5 minutes Battery for remote controller: 2 * AA battery (not included) Item dimension: 83 x 83 x 58mm Item weight: 25g(battery included) Package Included: 1 x ARRIS Poke FPV Mini Quadcopter RTF 1 x 3.7V 200mAh 25C Li-Po Battery 1 x USB Charging Cable 4 x Spare Propellers 1 x Manual


Product Dimensions 3.26 x 2.76 x 3.26 inches


Item Weight 1.83 ounces


ASIN B071WBXTGN


Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #294,734 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #1,920 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 85 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 8 year and up


Manufacturer Hobby-Wing


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Delivery

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Features

  • This ARRIS poke micro drone is based on Eachine E010, better than other tiny whoop in the market.
  • One-key Return: With built-in positioning system, the drone can auto locate the remote control, just press the one key return button, the drone will fly back to the remote control's location.
  • FPV Camera: Equipped with 5.8G 25mW HD camera bringing a new perspective to your photos and videos from the air. All you need is the FPV goggle or FPV monitor.
  • This micro video camera drone has upgraded with ARRIS 25C 200mAh battery,up to 4min and 50 seconds flying time.
  • RTF version with a battery inside the package.

Description

Search this ASIN on amazon to buy extra batteries: B075L4MZJC ARRIS Poke mini fpv quadcopter is one simplied and durable FPV quad for any level players. With the small size and light weight, you can fly it indoor or outdoors. This mini quad has many functions, you can fly it up/down,left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip and etc. Press one-key return button, the quad will fly back to the remote controller's location. With the bright LED, you can enjoy the night flying. Main Features: High/low speed switch, suitable for indoor and outdoor. Modular Design: FC,motor and Video tx camera connected through quick release terminal, no soldering needed, convenient for future upgrade and maintainance Easy to fly: headless mode and one key return makes it suitable for any level of players Good for FPV: It comes with high quality camera, which performs well in both bright and dark condition. The video tx is 5.8G 25mw 48 channel, suitable for most of the related fpv goggles and monitors. Headless Mode: Usually, the forward direction of a flying multi-rotor is the same as the nose direction. By using Headless, the forward direction has nothing to do with nose direction. This lessens the steepness of the learning curve Specifications: Function: Forward/backward, up/down, left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip, headless mode, high/low speed, one-key return, LED lights Control distance: About 30m Wheelbase: 65mm Video TX: 5.8Ghz 25mw 48 CH with camera Battery for quadcopter: 3.7V 200mAh 25C li-po battery Flying time: About 4.5 minutes Battery for remote controller: 2 * AA battery (not included) Item dimension: 83 x 83 x 58mm Item weight: 25g(battery included) Package Included: 1 x ARRIS Poke FPV Mini Quadcopter RTF 1 x 3.7V 200mAh 25C Li-Po Battery 1 x USB Charging Cable 4 x Spare Propellers 1 x Manual


Product Dimensions 3.26 x 2.76 x 3.26 inches


Item Weight 1.83 ounces


ASIN B071WBXTGN


Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #294,734 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #1,920 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 85 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 8 year and up


Manufacturer Hobby-Wing


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • This ARRIS poke micro drone is based on Eachine E010, better than other tiny whoop in the market.
  • One-key Return: With built-in positioning system, the drone can auto locate the remote control, just press the one key return button, the drone will fly back to the remote control's location.
  • FPV Camera: Equipped with 5.8G 25mW HD camera bringing a new perspective to your photos and videos from the air. All you need is the FPV goggle or FPV monitor.
  • This micro video camera drone has upgraded with ARRIS 25C 200mAh battery,up to 4min and 50 seconds flying time.
  • RTF version with a battery inside the package.

Description

Search this ASIN on amazon to buy extra batteries: B075L4MZJC ARRIS Poke mini fpv quadcopter is one simplied and durable FPV quad for any level players. With the small size and light weight, you can fly it indoor or outdoors. This mini quad has many functions, you can fly it up/down,left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip and etc. Press one-key return button, the quad will fly back to the remote controller's location. With the bright LED, you can enjoy the night flying. Main Features: High/low speed switch, suitable for indoor and outdoor. Modular Design: FC,motor and Video tx camera connected through quick release terminal, no soldering needed, convenient for future upgrade and maintainance Easy to fly: headless mode and one key return makes it suitable for any level of players Good for FPV: It comes with high quality camera, which performs well in both bright and dark condition. The video tx is 5.8G 25mw 48 channel, suitable for most of the related fpv goggles and monitors. Headless Mode: Usually, the forward direction of a flying multi-rotor is the same as the nose direction. By using Headless, the forward direction has nothing to do with nose direction. This lessens the steepness of the learning curve Specifications: Function: Forward/backward, up/down, left/right, sideward flight, hovering, 3D-flip, headless mode, high/low speed, one-key return, LED lights Control distance: About 30m Wheelbase: 65mm Video TX: 5.8Ghz 25mw 48 CH with camera Battery for quadcopter: 3.7V 200mAh 25C li-po battery Flying time: About 4.5 minutes Battery for remote controller: 2 * AA battery (not included) Item dimension: 83 x 83 x 58mm Item weight: 25g(battery included) Package Included: 1 x ARRIS Poke FPV Mini Quadcopter RTF 1 x 3.7V 200mAh 25C Li-Po Battery 1 x USB Charging Cable 4 x Spare Propellers 1 x Manual


Product Dimensions 3.26 x 2.76 x 3.26 inches


Item Weight 1.83 ounces


ASIN B071WBXTGN


Manufacturer recommended age 8 years and up


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Best Sellers Rank #294,734 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) #1,920 in Hobby RC Quadcopters & Multirotors


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 85 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Mfg Recommended age 8 year and up


Manufacturer Hobby-Wing


abunda_amazon_reviews I've had several little Tiny Whoop knock-offs and this one is the most complete out of the box solution (except for the FPV goggles). It's clearly based on the Eachine E010, but with a tiny 5.8ghz FPV camera/video transmitter and cover pre-installed. Despite the 6mm motors its fairly sprightly and can whiz around the house for about 3.5 min per charge. The transmitter is, of course, a tiny toy-grade thing and hard to get precise movements, but this whole setup is an excellent value if you're just getting into fpv quads and don't want laggy wi-fi based signals or buying, building, programming hobby-grade equipment. Tiny fpv quads like this are also a much safer and better overall flying value if you live in a city where parks and fields are rarely empty. Larger 180-250mm sized race quads are far more labor intensive to build, expensive to maintain, and dangerous to fly frequently if you live in an urban environment. These ducted micro quads are a blast indoors or in no wind conditions and slightly larger brushed quads like the Eachine QX series are awesome in small outdoor areas with little chance of injuring anyone.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great tiny Whoop knockoff at a good price.;;Phrancis;;;I have had this for about 10 days and I have had a blast with it. It is just as pictured and comes in a cute little box with robots on it. The battery is small but I have surprisingly got a significant amount of flight time with each charge and it charges fast as well. The remote came paired so I didnt have to go through any trouble with that. I am used to a much more expensive drone for videos that I create so I do not get to race it around and take risks with it. As soon as I took of with the Arris Poke I crashed it, after one full battery depletion I felt like a pro drone pilot and have been flying it under chairs (successful about 50% of the time due to my own skill) and manuevering it around different areas of the house. My kids love chasing it around and I am not afraid to show my 5 year old how to fly it because it has been very durable. A few things I would like to point out about crashing it into stuff. I have crashed mine probably 20 times and I havent had to replace the propellers even though it came with some extras. Also, the thing I was most impressed with was how it handles when you wreck into stuff and it doesnt crash. The propellers are surounded with a thick plastic so when it hits something it wont be thrown around by it's own propellers. Additionally, when it hits something it stabalizes quickly. To my point, you can throw the drone upside down with the throttle disengaged and as soon as you engage the throttle (left stick) it will stabilize! I want to point out that the reason I crash it isnt because it is difficult to fly, I picked it right up - it is pretty easy to fly with the expectation that if you want to have a lot of fun you will crash. Also, it has an easy to use stunt mode. I didnt read about this in the manual (because I didnt see it) but you hit the button and that puts it in stunt mode. After hitting the "stunt" button, you hit the direction you want it to flip. After doing a flip it obviously needs to restabilize so depending on how close you are to the ground then it might hit the ground but it is actually fun to do that on purpose and bounce off the ground! I havent laughed so hard out of nervousness due to the intensity this thing brings when racing it around my house and getting my dogs to chase it. A blast!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A blast!;;Billy;;;I have a Tiny Whoop that a friend built; it was fun to fly, but on one of my many crashes, the camera went flying off, ripped its wires, and I’ve been unsuccessful in soldering it back. So I ordered this Arris, and it’s a really nice quadcopter. It seems more controllable, and the FPV view with my Eachine goggles has me exploring my basement quite a bit. I have crashed it plenty of times and the camera and props all seem well-protected. The battery life is good, I’d estimate it at about 5 minutes, which is remarkable. Now for the bad news: When this arrived, I found the image was rotated 90 degrees. I got a prompt answer from the seller, which led to my disassembling the housing, rotating the camera, and closing it back up. It wasn’t that hard to do, but a bit of quality control at the factory would have avoided this problem. The other bad news is the instruction sheet, which is badly translated. I was able to decipher basic controls, and calibrating the gyro, but...for example: (sic) “Multi-function button(Shift to inverted and press rod, stunt/one keyreturn (In the Headless mode))” Another switch is described as “A key to return / Carefree mode)”. I haven’t been able to figure out how to engage Headless mode, nor how to get this to flip. I’d welcome comments that might help me learn. Finally, I have a really nice, full-size controller for my Tiny Whoop, but this Poke works only with the mini-controller that comes with it. Overall, I’m happy with this purchase, but better quality control and a readable manual would make this a great drone.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;A lot of fun, but could be better.;;Charles H. Kuttner;;;This is almost the perfect beginner micro drone. Because it uses a real 5.8ghz video transmitter instead of wifi of the cheaper models goggles will be required to fly it. The benefits of 5.8ghz fpv vs wifi are pretty huge though. Mainly that wifi FPV is laggy which will make it way harder to fly. This has almost 0 latency and works great. My battery lasted me about 3 and a half minutes of flying including using the flip function. Which works really well, the quad flips quick and doesn't lose any altitude. I like that the battery plugs directly into the board instead of using a pigtail like other tiny whoop designs. Unfortunately the connector on this one isn't compatible with most tiny whoop batteries however. Not a big deal because micro batteries are pretty cheap. Included is a spare set of props which is nice. Battery charges relatively quickly via the USB charger, but getting some extras is definitely recommended. Overall really happy with this micro quad;;Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Really happy;;Thomas

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Phrancis - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2017
Great tiny Whoop knockoff at a good price.
I've had several little Tiny Whoop knock-offs and this one is the most complete out of the box solution (except for the FPV goggles). It's clearly based on the Eachine E010, but with a tiny 5.8ghz FPV camera/video transmitter and cover pre-installed. Despite the 6mm motors its fairly sprightly and can whiz around the house for about 3.5 min per charge. The transmitter is, of course, a tiny toy-grade thing and hard to get precise movements, but this whole setup is an excellent value if you're just getting into fpv quads and don't want laggy wi-fi based signals or buying, building, programming hobby-grade equipment. Tiny fpv quads like this are also a much safer and better overall flying value if you live in a city where parks and fields are rarely empty. Larger 180-250mm sized race quads are far more labor intensive to build, expensive to maintain, and dangerous to fly frequently if you live in an urban environment. These ducted micro quads are a blast indoors or in no wind conditions and slightly larger brushed quads like the Eachine QX series are awesome in small outdoor areas with little chance of injuring anyone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Billy - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
A blast!
I have had this for about 10 days and I have had a blast with it. It is just as pictured and comes in a cute little box with robots on it. The battery is small but I have surprisingly got a significant amount of flight time with each charge and it charges fast as well. The remote came paired so I didnt have to go through any trouble with that. I am used to a much more expensive drone for videos that I create so I do not get to race it around and take risks with it. As soon as I took of with the Arris Poke I crashed it, after one full battery depletion I felt like a pro drone pilot and have been flying it under chairs (successful about 50% of the time due to my own skill) and manuevering it around different areas of the house. My kids love chasing it around and I am not afraid to show my 5 year old how to fly it because it has been very durable. A few things I would like to point out about crashing it into stuff. I have crashed mine probably 20 times and I havent had to replace the propellers even though it came with some extras. Also, the thing I was most impressed with was how it handles when you wreck into stuff and it doesnt crash. The propellers are surounded with a thick plastic so when it hits something it wont be thrown around by it's own propellers. Additionally, when it hits something it stabalizes quickly. To my point, you can throw the drone upside down with the throttle disengaged and as soon as you engage the throttle (left stick) it will stabilize! I want to point out that the reason I crash it isnt because it is difficult to fly, I picked it right up - it is pretty easy to fly with the expectation that if you want to have a lot of fun you will crash. Also, it has an easy to use stunt mode. I didnt read about this in the manual (because I didnt see it) but you hit the button and that puts it in stunt mode. After hitting the "stunt" button, you hit the direction you want it to flip. After doing a flip it obviously needs to restabilize so depending on how close you are to the ground then it might hit the ground but it is actually fun to do that on purpose and bounce off the ground! I havent laughed so hard out of nervousness due to the intensity this thing brings when racing it around my house and getting my dogs to chase it. A blast!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles H. Kuttner - Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2018
A lot of fun, but could be better.
I have a Tiny Whoop that a friend built; it was fun to fly, but on one of my many crashes, the camera went flying off, ripped its wires, and I’ve been unsuccessful in soldering it back. So I ordered this Arris, and it’s a really nice quadcopter. It seems more controllable, and the FPV view with my Eachine goggles has me exploring my basement quite a bit. I have crashed it plenty of times and the camera and props all seem well-protected. The battery life is good, I’d estimate it at about 5 minutes, which is remarkable. Now for the bad news: When this arrived, I found the image was rotated 90 degrees. I got a prompt answer from the seller, which led to my disassembling the housing, rotating the camera, and closing it back up. It wasn’t that hard to do, but a bit of quality control at the factory would have avoided this problem. The other bad news is the instruction sheet, which is badly translated. I was able to decipher basic controls, and calibrating the gyro, but...for example: (sic) “Multi-function button(Shift to inverted and press rod, stunt/one keyreturn (In the Headless mode))” Another switch is described as “A key to return / Carefree mode)”. I haven’t been able to figure out how to engage Headless mode, nor how to get this to flip. I’d welcome comments that might help me learn. Finally, I have a really nice, full-size controller for my Tiny Whoop, but this Poke works only with the mini-controller that comes with it. Overall, I’m happy with this purchase, but better quality control and a readable manual would make this a great drone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
Really happy
This is almost the perfect beginner micro drone. Because it uses a real 5.8ghz video transmitter instead of wifi of the cheaper models goggles will be required to fly it. The benefits of 5.8ghz fpv vs wifi are pretty huge though. Mainly that wifi FPV is laggy which will make it way harder to fly. This has almost 0 latency and works great. My battery lasted me about 3 and a half minutes of flying including using the flip function. Which works really well, the quad flips quick and doesn't lose any altitude. I like that the battery plugs directly into the board instead of using a pigtail like other tiny whoop designs. Unfortunately the connector on this one isn't compatible with most tiny whoop batteries however. Not a big deal because micro batteries are pretty cheap. Included is a spare set of props which is nice. Battery charges relatively quickly via the USB charger, but getting some extras is definitely recommended. Overall really happy with this micro quad

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Phrancis - Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2017
Great tiny Whoop knockoff at a good price.
I've had several little Tiny Whoop knock-offs and this one is the most complete out of the box solution (except for the FPV goggles). It's clearly based on the Eachine E010, but with a tiny 5.8ghz FPV camera/video transmitter and cover pre-installed. Despite the 6mm motors its fairly sprightly and can whiz around the house for about 3.5 min per charge. The transmitter is, of course, a tiny toy-grade thing and hard to get precise movements, but this whole setup is an excellent value if you're just getting into fpv quads and don't want laggy wi-fi based signals or buying, building, programming hobby-grade equipment. Tiny fpv quads like this are also a much safer and better overall flying value if you live in a city where parks and fields are rarely empty. Larger 180-250mm sized race quads are far more labor intensive to build, expensive to maintain, and dangerous to fly frequently if you live in an urban environment. These ducted micro quads are a blast indoors or in no wind conditions and slightly larger brushed quads like the Eachine QX series are awesome in small outdoor areas with little chance of injuring anyone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Billy - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
A blast!
I have had this for about 10 days and I have had a blast with it. It is just as pictured and comes in a cute little box with robots on it. The battery is small but I have surprisingly got a significant amount of flight time with each charge and it charges fast as well. The remote came paired so I didnt have to go through any trouble with that. I am used to a much more expensive drone for videos that I create so I do not get to race it around and take risks with it. As soon as I took of with the Arris Poke I crashed it, after one full battery depletion I felt like a pro drone pilot and have been flying it under chairs (successful about 50% of the time due to my own skill) and manuevering it around different areas of the house. My kids love chasing it around and I am not afraid to show my 5 year old how to fly it because it has been very durable. A few things I would like to point out about crashing it into stuff. I have crashed mine probably 20 times and I havent had to replace the propellers even though it came with some extras. Also, the thing I was most impressed with was how it handles when you wreck into stuff and it doesnt crash. The propellers are surounded with a thick plastic so when it hits something it wont be thrown around by it's own propellers. Additionally, when it hits something it stabalizes quickly. To my point, you can throw the drone upside down with the throttle disengaged and as soon as you engage the throttle (left stick) it will stabilize! I want to point out that the reason I crash it isnt because it is difficult to fly, I picked it right up - it is pretty easy to fly with the expectation that if you want to have a lot of fun you will crash. Also, it has an easy to use stunt mode. I didnt read about this in the manual (because I didnt see it) but you hit the button and that puts it in stunt mode. After hitting the "stunt" button, you hit the direction you want it to flip. After doing a flip it obviously needs to restabilize so depending on how close you are to the ground then it might hit the ground but it is actually fun to do that on purpose and bounce off the ground! I havent laughed so hard out of nervousness due to the intensity this thing brings when racing it around my house and getting my dogs to chase it. A blast!

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Charles H. Kuttner - Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2018
A lot of fun, but could be better.
I have a Tiny Whoop that a friend built; it was fun to fly, but on one of my many crashes, the camera went flying off, ripped its wires, and I’ve been unsuccessful in soldering it back. So I ordered this Arris, and it’s a really nice quadcopter. It seems more controllable, and the FPV view with my Eachine goggles has me exploring my basement quite a bit. I have crashed it plenty of times and the camera and props all seem well-protected. The battery life is good, I’d estimate it at about 5 minutes, which is remarkable. Now for the bad news: When this arrived, I found the image was rotated 90 degrees. I got a prompt answer from the seller, which led to my disassembling the housing, rotating the camera, and closing it back up. It wasn’t that hard to do, but a bit of quality control at the factory would have avoided this problem. The other bad news is the instruction sheet, which is badly translated. I was able to decipher basic controls, and calibrating the gyro, but...for example: (sic) “Multi-function button(Shift to inverted and press rod, stunt/one keyreturn (In the Headless mode))” Another switch is described as “A key to return / Carefree mode)”. I haven’t been able to figure out how to engage Headless mode, nor how to get this to flip. I’d welcome comments that might help me learn. Finally, I have a really nice, full-size controller for my Tiny Whoop, but this Poke works only with the mini-controller that comes with it. Overall, I’m happy with this purchase, but better quality control and a readable manual would make this a great drone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas - Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
Really happy
This is almost the perfect beginner micro drone. Because it uses a real 5.8ghz video transmitter instead of wifi of the cheaper models goggles will be required to fly it. The benefits of 5.8ghz fpv vs wifi are pretty huge though. Mainly that wifi FPV is laggy which will make it way harder to fly. This has almost 0 latency and works great. My battery lasted me about 3 and a half minutes of flying including using the flip function. Which works really well, the quad flips quick and doesn't lose any altitude. I like that the battery plugs directly into the board instead of using a pigtail like other tiny whoop designs. Unfortunately the connector on this one isn't compatible with most tiny whoop batteries however. Not a big deal because micro batteries are pretty cheap. Included is a spare set of props which is nice. Battery charges relatively quickly via the USB charger, but getting some extras is definitely recommended. Overall really happy with this micro quad