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JJRC H5P

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H5P Specifications

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12.2"
3.3"
the h5p weighs 1.6 pounds

1.6

maximum flight time

15 min

number of rotors

4

operating range in feet

262.0

remote control included
has usb

Editorial Review

While the FAA’s new regulations governing the use of consumer drones could make the air field safer, they certainly will serve to make it more restrictive. For the professionals, operator licensing, flight plans and restricted airspace will add more paperwork to their aerodynamic cinematography but likely not change their flying habits. People who toss a big handful of money into the air tend to be very attentive to where it lands. Racers will be expected to get their certification as well but most of them operate on courses specifically designed for such activities and thus they present less risk to the public.

The effect upon the toys will be negligible. The ability to purchase these craft online will negate the 16-year minimum age for certification. Kids receiving them as gifts will no more get a license to fly them than they would get a Class 2 driver’s license to enjoy their Tonka trucks. And as the drone police are pretty much the regular police, most users won’t have any real problems as long as they don’t go crashing them into people’s faces and such. A good one to not crash into people is the UDI U842, especially with the prop guards off. The Hubsan H107D+ is also a fine choice, offering FPV flying with a side of stunts.

As another Syma X5C Explorers knock-off, the JJRC H5P has some notable differences. The top-mounted battery compartment under the black fuselage makes access a snap. Instead of the X5C’s downlights, the H5P has LEDs behind a mesh lens which provide some serious illumination, making the JJRC well-outfitted for night flights. Like the many, its stability is the result of a 6-axis gyro, and like so few, it reportedly has an impressive 14-minute flight time because of its 1100 mAh battery. The 2.4 GHz wireless controller is hobby-grade with an LCD for systems status and transmits over 100 feet. The .92MP camera will capture what it's pointed at with dependable mixed results. Incorporating headless mode and return-to-home, the H5P should be easy to keep track of.

JJRC H5P | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 4

H5P Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

So disappointed!! Seems to be an incredibly stable flier - but only has about a 15' range! Based on reviews, I'm thinking this is a lemon... Still, I wouldn't order it again.

Tom's Guide
amazon.com
Inclination

When compared to its closest competitors, it stands out, for the price tag under $50, its an absolute better choice for beginners and experienced casual flyers...

Tom's Guide
rcgroups.com
Inclination

Basically this is a great quad. It has more than 15 minutes of flight on one charge... One of the most stable flyers around!

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gearbest.com
Inclination

This is a very nice quadcopter, if you are looking for something like the Syma X5C-1, this is ideal. In some ways it's even better than that! Very stable...

Tom's Guide
amazon.co.uk
Inclination

Camera and video would not work and broke after a 5 foot fall. Junk! Stay away!

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banggood.com
Inclination

Great quality, flexible parts and nice paint job. Battery life is exceptionally long for this price quad, average is only 8 minutes. Camera quality is not great...

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drones.specout.com
Inclination

Awesome little quadcopter. It is very fast and really responsive. Being a first time flyer, I had a hard time how to fly it but I got it on the second try. Fun toy!

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geekbuying.com
Inclination

It not only looks great in the air, it is also a hard worker. The remote range is good and it is responsive to commands. It is fun and easy to learn tricks...

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amazon.com
Inclination

This drone is very stable and flies very well, the battery will allow you to fly for more than 14 minutes and the performances are excellent.

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banggood.com
Inclination

Instruction manuals were not easy to follow.

Tom's Guide
amazon.ca