Costco Drone – Propel Zipp Nano Quadcopter – Unboxing, Review, and Indoor Flight

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Went to Costco quadcopter hunting and came out with the Propel Zipp Nano. I have never owned a propel before.Good little quad. Basic but zippy. What do you …

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  1. I paid 30 bucks for a blue one at Costco in Canada. I've had a few quads over the years. Out of the box, it flies pretty good and so far I'm liking it. Wish the battery would last a bit more though. Takes 1/2 hour or so to charge and 5 mins to drain. Thumbs up for the price

  2. I bought the larger Propel model from Costco a year and love it! I just picked up this little guy yesterday and it flies pretty well for its size.

    I wonder if you can disable the led lights to save on battery life. If not I will remove them myself. White leds are all i need for indication of forward facing position.

    Thanks for the video.

  3. Perfect drone if you guys are new to this. It's durable, maneuverable, and really fun to fly. This was my first quadcopter I ever flew, but within a week of flight I was able to fly it really well. It's seen better times though, I've ran it into the walls of my house and well as slamming onto the roof, still works perfectly.

  4. Perfect drone if you guys are new to this. It's durable, maneuverable, and really fun to fly. This was my first quadcopter I ever flew, but within a week of flight I was able to fly it really well. It's seen better times though, I've ran it into the walls of my house and well as slamming onto the roof, still works perfectly.

  5. Hi, i bought the same from costco. it was flying fine. but after 1st recharge its not flying. its not taking off. all four motors works great but its moving to one direction and not taking off. is there any way to fix it?

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