The Proto-X SLT makes the world's smallest quadcopter even more incredible! A larger 2.4GHz radio with dual rates is just the start; now, pilots can execute flips and other mild-to-wild maneuvers with a single button-push. An Auto-Upright system keeps the Proto-X SLT stable in any flight condition. Toss the quad in the air, and Auto-Correcting Technology keeps it level. Even beginners can fly the Proto-X SLT with complete success! The colorful body is designed for easy LiPo battery installation and replacement. Colorful LEDs make it easy to see the Proto-X SLT in any light condition. Also, since it comes with the SLT protocol built-in, pilots can fly this cool quadcopter with popular radio systems like the Tactic TTX650.
Proto-X SLT comes with a USB charger and four spare rotor blades. All you need to add are four AAA batteries to get flying in no time.
Incredible nano size makes it ideal for indoor flight.
WaveLink feature easily links Proto-X SLT to its 2.4GHz radio - just wave the heli to link!
Auto-Upright system for self-correcting flight.
Easy and Expert modes on transmitter let you customize your flight adventure.
Easy Mode lets pilots master basic flying maneuvers, such as hovering.
Execute flips and other exciting moves in Expert Mode.
Bright LEDs help you to stay oriented in any light condition.
Adjustable trims make it easy for anyone to fly the Proto-X SLT.
Adjustable rates let pilots fine-tune their radio to suit their skill level and personal preference.
Changing rotor blades is easy - just match the blade to the corresponding letter to install.
Use the included USB charge cord to keep your Proto-X SLT flight-ready.
The easy-to-install, replaceable 3.7V 100mAh LiPo battery features charge and discharge protection.
Proto-X SLT Nano Quadcopter
100mAh 3.7V LiPo battery
USB Charge Cord
4 spare rotor blades
Requires:AAA batteries (4)
Dimensions: 1.8 x 1.8 inches (45 x 45 millimeters)
Weight: 0.40 ounces (11.5 grams or 0.025 pounds)
Note:You may fly this model aircraft without registering with the Federal Aviation Administration. Registration is required only when piloting recreational, unmanned aircraft weighing above 0.55 pounds.