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Dromida Kodo for Practice Drone

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So I bought one of these little puppies this past week. I have to say it's darn near impossible to control. I know I can use trim to make it hover, but I have yet to be able to get it to not drift enough that I can hover in one place. I've now broken the same propeller twice, so I need more props.

Please tell me my Inspire (sitting on the shelf until it gets warmer) will handle better than this thing? I flew a Parrot AR Drone 2.0 last year, and only had one minor crash (no damage), and that thing has no GPS at all...

Tried to get a Blade Nano QX, but they didn't have any RTF's in stock, and besides, I didn't feel like shelling out another $100+ for a controller.
 
I should have clarified: I'm talking about Atti mode here. I want to use my I1 in atti mode to become proficient at it. I realize it will fly very nicely in GPS mode.
 
So I bought one of these little puppies this past week. I have to say it's darn near impossible to control. I know I can use trim to make it hover, but I have yet to be able to get it to not drift enough that I can hover in one place. I've now broken the same propeller twice, so I need more props.

Please tell me my Inspire (sitting on the shelf until it gets warmer) will handle better than this thing? I flew a Parrot AR Drone 2.0 last year, and only had one minor crash (no damage), and that thing has no GPS at all...

Tried to get a Blade Nano QX, but they didn't have any RTF's in stock, and besides, I didn't feel like shelling out another $100+ for a controller.

Once properly calibrated it should hold position much better than what you're practicing on now, even in ATTI mode. Only the wind will affect it.
 

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