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Cobra RC Drone with Built-in Camera and Smartphone WiFi Live View - VR Compatible (909321)

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Original Price $129.99
Current Price CAD $78.99 CAD
SKU 909321
Color: Orange

Cobra RC Toys - RC Micro Racer FPV

Wi-Fi First Person View on your smartphone

Blazing Speed!

Aerial Video Photography

Android + IOS Compatible

Cobra RC Toys RC Micro Racer FPV. Wi-Fi First Person View on your smartphone.

Package includes

  • Drone
  • Controller with Smartphone holder
  • Spare blades
  • USB charging cable
  • lithium battery (400mah 3.7v 1.5wh)

Features & Specification

  • Assorted Colours: orange, green
  • Built in camera/video
  • Blazing Speed
  • VR compatible
  • Modular motor design (easy replacement if required)
  • Removable rechargeable lithium ion battery (additional batteries optional)
  • Range 30-50 m / 100-150 ft.
  • 4 Channel RC � 2.4GHz
  • For indoor/outdoor use
  • Quadcopter weight (with battery): 42g
  • Camera: 0.3MP
  • Size of Product: 100 x 107 x 46mm
  • Flying Time: About 5-6 min
  • Charging Time: About 40 min

Important Notice

Carefully review and follow the laws/regulations when flying a UAV:

This drone weighs: 42.00g

This item is below the minimum weight for which the new Canadian legislation applies. However, please fly responsibly so that drones can continue to be enjoyed by all without the need for further or more restrictive regulations being imposed. This means that the community of drone pilots (or any other model aircraft) needs to continue to use and practice common sense, and to consider public safety and privacy. Fly in a safe and responsible manner so that drones can continue to be enjoyed by everyone. Stay far away from airports, aircraft, restricted airspace, buildings, crowds etc.

Its now the law! If you fly your drone for fun and it weighs more than 250 g and up to 35 kg, follow these new rules. Flying for fun? New rules for recreational drone users

USA 
Unmanned Aircraft Systems. What Can I Do with my Model Aircraft?
Press Release FAA Announces Small UAS Registration Rule
Know Before You Fly

CANADA 
Drone Safety Canada 
Flying a drone recreationally