Hubsan Q4 Quadcopter is also known as “Estes Proto X“, which is exactly the similar quadcopter released in fall 2013. Q4 Nano Quadcopter is a mini model, measuring just 5.5 x 4 x 2.5 inches and not bigger compared with the hubsan q4 vs x4 comparison. Hubsan Q4 is arguably one of the stable and agile for the small size and offer fun flight experience. You can read the detailed below to find-out useful information on the hubsan q4 nano quadcopter with mini 2.4ghz radio system.
Hubsan Q4 Specifications
- Model: Hubsan Q4
- Model Name: Hubsan q4 nano quadcopter with mini 2.4ghz radio system
- Dimensions: 45 mm x 45 mm
- Weight – 11.5 grams
- Charging duration – ten minutes
- Batteries: two x AAA batteries (not included)
- Assembly Type: (RTF) Assemble Type
- Re-Brand Detail – Q4 Nano Quadcopter is known as the Estes Proto X in USA (Apart from that country it is known to be hubsan q4 nano mini quadcopter)
Hubsan is well-known for manufacturing robust and durable quadcopters, this model can withstands some heavy beating or treatment with no exception. It is nicely constructed and designed to offer the memorable flight experience ever you could think of. The built-in LED lights offer a clear visibility and help you with the flying orientation especially in conditions such as night flight or low light indoor flight. Fortunately, there is a variety of hubsan q4 nano quadcopter spare parts available for when of an emergency at an affordable price.
Hubsan Company spent over a year to develop this mini quadcopter. It was introduced first in the USA, but later re-branded under the name Estes Proto X and/or Hubsan Q4 H111 Nano Quadcopter. This hubsan q4 nano mini is a good little quadcopter which is a true fun to fly. This model is a good learning RC device for anyone struggling to fly in tightest areas. It is also one of the best quadcopter for indoor flight, but only the problem is that it does not come with propellers guards and the remote is fairly small. You may to consider these things while comparing hubsan q4 vs x4 model.
In the upcoming Hubsan Q4 Review, we will go through the basics of Hubsan Q4 such as the hubsan q4 calibration, hubsan q4 mods, hubsan q4 spares and so on. This Hubsan Q4 Review is divided into a variety of sections for your convenience. All these section talk about the hubsan q4 quadcopter packaging, design, flight, battery, charging duration and remote control. There is also a conclusion at the bottom of this Hubsan Q4 Analysis that offers a summary of this article on the Q4 Nano Quadcopter.
Q4 Nano Quadcopter Packaging
Hubsan Q4 Quadcopter comes in a paper box with all the necessary thing you need to start flying. The Assembly Type is Ready-To-Fly (RTF), not the BNF (Bind-N-Fly). The packaging comes with useful accessories such as an extra set of propellers, remote control, USB charging cable and an instruction guide.
This quadcopter is securely packed in a box with clear plastic window and plastic straps which allow you to see before buying. All the hubsan q4 nano quadcopter spare parts are tucked to the side and held in very securely.
The professional packaging help for an ideal hubsan q4 calibration regardless of the adjustments you want to do. The hassle-free and convenience packaging allows for a tension-free RC flight experience without the need of complex assembly. Overall, for the packaging we give “B” Rating. This is one of the main section in Hubsan Q4 Review you should go through.
Hubsan Q4 Quadcopter Design
Hubsan Q4 Nano Mini is a micro quadcopter which measures only 45mm by 45mm and it is one of the smallest quadcopters out there on the market. It can easily fit in your palm since it weighs only 11.5 grams. The frame of this quadcopter is a printed circuit board (PCB) that mean the electronics and flight controller is part of the structural assembly of the model.
In common, Q4 Nano Quadcopter comes with a plastic frame and combine two components to save the extra weight. The PCB Board has a hollowed out construction which does not want to have a material, thus reducing the overall weight.
LehmannBrothers from YouTube shared this awesome video footage of various spins and flips in his Q4 Nano Quadcopter
Hubsan Q4 Review – Overall, for the Hubsan Q4 Review (design group) we give “A” Rating. The built-in PCB and frame is an ideal feature, regardless the low weight does not feel cheap or fragile. For a long-term Hubsan Q4 Review you may need to stay tuned for future updates. With that being said, there are only a few hubsan q4 spares parts, hence this is a most common challenge with any mini quadcopter.
Hubsan Q4 – Battery and Charging
Hubsan Q4 Nano Mini Quadcopter comes with a 100 mAh lithium polymer (LiPo) battery that offers you about five to seven minutes of flight duration based on your level of aggressiveness. The USB Charger which comes with the package will need less than half a hour to charge fully the batteries. Click for Hubsan Q4 other thread and discussion.
The only drawback of this model is that you cannot quickly swap out the lipo battery with a new one – so that while you are enjoying the flight, you will have to wait at another 30 minutes at-least to charge the battery again and start flying. Some of the other models such as Hubsan x4 Quadcopter, you can simply swap the fully charged battery and get it back on the air in less than a minute. With that being said, it is still a good quadcopter for the overall design and size, regardless of the constraints in minor areas that you should be aware of. In this Hubsan Q4 Review for (charging and battery group) we give “B” Rating. You can click the button below to find-out more information on the hubsan q4 nano quadcopter with mini 2.4ghz radio system.
Below is the Overall Score for this Quadcopter given out of 10. This Review Score is given after considering all the main criteria that a high-quality product should be eligible for. Note: This score is just an opinion, thus differ from person to person.