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The FuriBee F36 quadcopter is a really fun little drone that is really low cost. In the box you get the F36, a charging cable, one battery for the F36, a screwdriver, remote and four replacement propellers. The screwdriver is required to fit batteries into the remote (3xAAA).  The F36 arrived with it’s battery pre ..

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FuriBee F36 RC Quadcopter Review

The FuriBee F36 quadcopter is a really fun little drone that is really low cost.

In the box you get the F36, a charging cable, one battery for the F36, a screwdriver, remote and four replacement propellers.

The screwdriver is required to fit batteries into the remote (3xAAA).  The F36 arrived with it’s battery pre installed and charging was just a matter of using the included USB cable.

There are two lights on the underside of the unit, one at the front, the other at the back, and they’re different colours so when you can see them you can tell which way the quadcopter is facing.

When you’re ready to take flight you plug the battery into the main body and turn on the remote.  The remote will need to be paired with the F36 every time, a simple matter of powering up both and then pressing the left stick forwards then backwards.

It can take a while to get the hang of but overall this is a really good fun little flyer, it’s fine to use it indoors and the propellers have guards around them to add protection on impact (for the quadcopter and whatever it hits!).

The controller lets you fly forwards, backwards, left, right, up, down and rotate clockwise or anticlockwise.

By clicking in the right stick and then pressing a direction you can get the F36 to flip over forwards, backwards, left or right.  It recovers fairly quickly from these rolls and you can string one after the other very quickly.

It can be used outdoors, but keep in mind it’s very light and so can be easily blown around if it’s a windy day.  After a number of bumps and crashes there wasn’t any noticeable damage, it’s a tough little flyer!

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Mark Draper Mark is a self confessed gadget lover that has become a reviewer. His day job is Head of Product Operations at Verastar Ltd, running a team that develops new products, services and processes for a business to business telecommunication and utility company. Out of hours he writes and films video reviews that are published on YouTube, Reviewify.co.uk and Amazon. You can find him on and on

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