Started by chaz2b, December 04, 2018, 23:35:34 pm
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Quote from: Bad Raven on December 09, 2018, 09:17:59 amWell, you really should expect the Spark to be a world apart and far far removed from the Syma, since it is on average more expensive by a factor of ten!Don't own either, but fly with people that have various Syma's, most of which look like mini Phantoms with stunted growth legs, and for their money they seems very good and by observation extremely strong.I recovered one of theirs that had been stuck on a roof for a week (in rain) after pilot brain fade, then in wind fell to wedge itself behind some industrial wheelie bins. Dried it out, checked it out on my Horus with multi-module to find it flew perfectly well, and the following week it was back with its owner, surviving more impacts with the scenery from his "flying style". So, to the Spark, done much more with it?Yes,quite a bit in fact. Had four flights yesterday with a friend, who previously built a large,(and expensive)hex machine, loved the Spark so much has now bought one!It's a very stable machine, although the wind wasn't strong, it would have drifted off lesser drones whilst the Spark stood solid.I'm enjoying this aspect of the hobby tremendously, just a shame that we have a few members whose attitude towards drones are less welcoming, and are probably being biased in their thoughts by a few, uncontrolled idiots.Chaz2b
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