UDI U27 Free Loop Inverter Quadcopter

The UDI U27 Free Loop is an 'Inverter' style quadcopter, featuring intelligent electronics to take quadcopter aerobatics to the next level. Many quadcopters can flip 360° back to upright flight but the new U27 is capable of flipping 180° to inverted (upside down) and continuing to fly!

When flipped controls are automatically reversed allowing you to fly as easily as if the quad was upright! During the flip the motors reverse direction in a fraction of a second to suit inverted flight. You don't have to flip to fly inverted, you can (with care) launch the U27 inverted or take off inverted from the floor, a feature that is especially useful if you crash and the quad flips upside down.

As you would expect from UDI it has 6-axis stabilisation and comes prebuilt in the box, all you need to do is add 4 'AAA' batteries to the Tx and charge the Li-Po using the included charger. The 'console' style 2.4GHz controller is easy to hold and the flip function is as easy as pressing a button.

  • 180° flip function to inverted!
  • Automatic orientation sensing.
  • 2.4GHz Radio Included.
  • No Assembly Required!
  • LED Lights.
  • Six-Axis Gyro.

Required for use: 4 x 'AAA' batteries for controller.

Specification

  • Length: 139mm (5.47").
  • Width: 139mm (5.47").
  • Height: 35mm (1.37").
  • Weight: 55g.
  • Radio System: 2.4GHz (Inc.).
  • Electric Motor: 4 x Brushed (Inc.).
  • LiPo: 1S 3.7V 450mAh (Inc.).
  • Charger: USB (Inc.).
  • Rotor Diameter: 56mm (2.2").

Please Note: If you have not flown an RC model before you will need to learn. Flying any model aircraft requires some degree of care and skill, even the simplest 2 or 3 channel. We recommend you read the manufacturers instructions and prepare for your first flight. There are many useful guides to learning to fly RC aircraft and if you are still unsure help will be readily available at your local club. We recommend a range test before you fly. Your model will have a warranty but this will not cover damage to propellers, wings, fuselage, tail or any other part sustained due to pilot error or loss of transmitter signal. In simple terms, if you crash it, you will be responsible for the repair!