Parrot Swing with Flypad
Why we love this
Designed with an improved piloting range for high-speed racing and stunning acrobatics, now you can soar higher, faster, and more impressively than ever!
About this item
- The stability of a quadcopter, the power of a plane
- Equipped with autopilot and a vertical take-off and landing mode
- Watch it soar through the air at speeds up to 19 mph
Dual Piloting Modes. Parrot Swing’s unique X shape provides you with two drones in one. Pilot in either Quadcopter mode or Plane mode. The advanced flight controller and reliable sensors help Swing fly like forward like a plane with a vertical take-off and landing. Sturdy and easy to grasp, nothing can stop you!
Acrobatics in flight. In quadcopter mode, piloting Swing is simple and intuitive. The autopilot functionality ensures that that it will stay stable and hover, even if you let go of the controls. In Plane Mode, race around corners with high speed turns and maneuvers. You can also enjoy limitless thrills with in flight acrobatics: flips, dives, loops and many more!
Gain speed. Challenge your friends to a race and take off at speeds up to 19 mph! To gain speed, tilt your Parrot Swing forward and watch it zoom away! The more you lean, the faster you go. You can also activate Boost Mode for an extra dose of power mid-race. At these speeds, you’ll soar across the finish line with ease.
Precise piloting. Parrot Flypad allows you to customize your piloting controls for the Parrot Swing minidrone, and extends your flight range to up to 196 ft. Mount your smartphone to the Flypad using the included phone stand, and monitor both battery power and flight time on your screen. You can also use your smartphone to connect to the controller and customize your settings to match your piloting preferences.
Download, and you're ready to have fun. FreeFlight Mini’s easy-to-use interface makes piloting simple, even for beginner pilots. The app connects to your Minidrone via Bluetooth Low Energy. Once connected, select your preferred piloting method and take-off. You can pilot using virtual joysticks in Joypad mode (default setting), or by tilting your smartphone/tablet in the direction you want your drone to go in Accelerometer mode.