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kiwiMark I tried 2 of my 32650 cells (slightly longer than D cells, but same diameter) and they don't quite fit in at the same time, it does charge 1 x D cell just fine though. This is with the 2-cell version. I can't charge D cells with my Xtar charger, so this Nitecore charger is definitely better.

2020-09-18 03:30:47 Helpful (0)
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kiwiMark I don't think that an adaptor would be the best choice. Personally I'd drop the EU Plug Power Cord and use a standard US computer power cord, eliminating the need for an adaptor. I already have plenty of spare computer power cords, so for me it is a no-brainer. I also have plenty of power plug adaptors from other devices I've bought, but it is usually easier if I don't need an adaptor.

2019-07-20 03:16:31 Helpful (5)
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kiwiMark Shorter than 3mm? Take off the comb and use the dial to select between 0.8 & 2.0mm. If you want closer than 0.8mm then you should get a shaver instead of this trimmer.

2018-11-23 01:23:26 Helpful (0)
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kiwiMark 2018-07-15 01:06:43
This can't match a DJI Mavic Air, it doesn't have the 3-axis stabilised gimbal so it wont get the video as steady. But then again I could buy 7 of these for the price of a DJI Mavic Air Fly More kit. In the description of this product they tell you all the great things you get for a really cheap price - GPS, brushless motors, follow me mode, camera gimbal that you can control from the remote, etc. If you remember how good the price is then you can appreciate the great value you are getting. The only big negative to be aware of is that the description is probably a bit optimistic about the FPV range. FPV is accomplished by using the WiFi connection from your phone, this means that you could struggle to get much more than 100 metres depending on the conditions. The remote will still work for a much greater distance, you just wont see the view from the drone's camera on your phone unless you keep it fairly close. This is great though if you want to buy a drone to learn on that has similar features to the expensive drones, including the safety of being able to return to the GPS co-ordinates that it launched from. For learners that want to move on to a dearer drone later to those that want to fly a drone but just don't want to spend what a DJI drone costs - this is a really good option. You should also be aware that the battery takes quite a while to charge, to get a decent amount of flying time out of this drone you would want to get yourself another battery or two. I'm giving it 5 stars across the board because when I consider what I paid, this is a really good drone with great capabilities.
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