Hubsan NANO Q4 H111
- Features and Specifications
- Remote Control Easienest
- Battery Life
Meet the Hubsan Q4
Model: Q4 Hubsan
Model Name: Hubsan Q4 nano quadcopter mini 2.4GHz radio system
Weight: 11.5 grams
Charging time: ten to twenty minutes
Batteries: two AAA batteries (not included)
Mounting Type: (RTF) ready to fly
It truly is great fun flying around with the Hubsan Q4 H111 drone. It has a very safe and stable feeling, and can even endure a lot of crashes and intense flight-sessions without hardly any damage. It is simple to keep under control and is very responsive, fast and lasting.
Hubsan NANO Q4 H111 One of the Smallest Drones in The World
Because of its small measurements, this nano drone is one of the safest and most stable ones available on the market. It has good momentum and can speed up effortlessly, but be careful when flying indoors. This model has some truly impressive features, some of which are listed below.
The Hubsan Nano Q4 H111 was introduced in the fall of 2013. The company Hubsan is known for producing robust and durable quadcopters, and this model can stand some pretty hard knocks and tough treatment. It is nicely built and designed primarily so that the user will have the most unforgettable flight experience he can imagine. The built-in LED lights provide a clear vision and help you find your way, indeed in exceptional circumstances, such as flying in darkness or indoors with inadequate lighting.
It took the Hubsan Company over a year to develop this mini quadcopter. It was first introduced in the United States and later renamed as Estes Proto X and/or Hubsan H111 Nano Q4 Quadcopter.
The Hubsan Q4 Nano Mini is a great little quadcopter which is a real pleasure to fly. This model is also a suitable device for RC (remote control) to master the skill of flying in tight spaces. It is also one of the greatest quadcopters for inside usage, but it has no propeller protectors, and the remote can be considered slightly too small. These are some of the things to consider when comparing this model to the X4 model.
Hubsan Q4 Nano Quadcopter Package
The Hubsan H111 is sold in a cardboard box, with everything you need to fly. The assembly is of the type RTF (Ready To Fly), not the BNF (Bind-N-Fly). In the package, you can find some useful accessories comes along like an extra set of propellers, remote control, a USB charging cable and of course an instruction guide.
This quadcopter is securely packed in a box with a clear plastic “window” through which you can look at the product before you purchased it. All Hubsan Q4 H111 parts are well hidden and fastened to the side of the package.
The design of the Hubsan Q4 Quadcopter
The Hubsan Q4 Nano Mini is a micro quadcopter of 45×45 mm and happens to be one of the smallest quadcopters on the market. It weighs only 11.5 grams and fits comfortably into your hand palm. The frame of this drone is a printed circuit board, and the electronics and the control unit are part of the structural assembly of the model.
The propellers seem to be made of regular plastic, and you can simply take them off and put them back on with your fingers. The Hubsan H111 has a standard coreless micro motor which makes for a stable flight. The circuit board is connected to a 3.7V 100mAh LiPo battery pack, which you can easily remove and replace. At the bottom of the quadcopter, you can find the official Hubsan logo, information on the wiring of the motor and an on/off switch. You can also see the plug of the battery cable on the backside of the quadcopter model. The Hubsan Q4 H111 calibration is easily done with user-friendly navigation and control.
In a whole, I would certainly rate the Hubsan H111 top quality, and great fun. The integrated circuit board is ideal and, regardless of the little weight, it doesn’t feel cheap or fragile.
Hubsan Q4 Battery and Charging Review
The Hubsan Q4 nano drone comes with a 100 mAh lithium polymer (LiPo) battery that provides approximately 5-7 minutes of flight time, depending on your aggressiveness of the flight. The included USB charger takes less than half an hour to charge the battery fully.
The only drawback of this model is that you can’t quickly remove the lipo battery and replace with a new one. You will still have to wait until it is fully charged to start flying again. In some other models, like the Hubsan X4 quadcopter, you can simply replace the battery with a fully charged one, and you’ll be back in the air within less than a minute. Even so, it’s still a great quadcopter regardless of the less significant limitations.