Eachine’s 3D X4 is a direct clone of the Blade Nano QX 3D, and the best part is that Eachine don’t try to hide the fact that they’ve taken inspiration from the Nano QX 3D. At just $40 it’s quite an affordable drone too, especially for the features it is expected to have.
Earlier today, we managed to get our hands on some real photos of the Eachine 3D X4 drone. Of course we know how its supposed to look, but real-world photos always paint a better picture than computer generated renders. The set also contains a picture of the users manual, which can alternatively be downloaded here.
It is listed at $40 shipped, so if you’re keen on trying it out you can do so by ordering it here. Eachine are also known for their clone of the original Nano QX, i.e., the Eachine CG023 which is about half the price now. I’m not a fan of clones myself, but this drone looks good for those that don’t mind clones and are fans of the 3D (i.e., inverted) flight characteristic. I’m not sure if this is how it is going to be, but it appears as though the controls (pitch and yaw) are inverted too, when you fly the drone in 3D/inverted mode, which could pose a bit of an orientation problem.
What do you think about the Eachine 3D X4? The clone aspect aside, I think this one really looks good, and could be one of the many inverted flight drones that China releases through the years.Source ]