Frequently Asked Questions:
How difficult is it to fly BuzzBee?
It should take you no more than half a day to start perfecting control of BuzzBee. That said, some people instantly master flying BuzzBee. The secret is to make smooth, gentle adjustments on the two thumb sticks.
How long does it take to charge?
BuzzBee takes about 20-30 minutes for a full charge depending on how dead the battery is.
How long will BuzzBee fly for?
BuzzBee will fly for 5-8 minutes depending on type of usage.
Where can I fly BuzzBee?
BuzzBee should only be flown above dry surfaces that are no harder than a wooden floor. You should avoid flying above water or concrete – BuzzBee is not waterproof and a concrete floor collision could result in damages if it drops out of the air. It is also not recommended to fly BuzzBee outside if it’s windy; BuzzBee is small in size and it can easily be pushed by the wind.
What happens if the batteries die while I am flying BuzzBee?
BuzzBee 4 LED lights will flash about 30 seconds before the battery is about to die, which will allow you to land it safely before the battery completely dies.
How do I get this thing to fly?
Switch on BuzzBee and place it on a level surface for the gyros to calibrate. Switch on the controller – you should hear a couple of beeps. Push your throttle (left stick) upwards to max (the controller will beep), and then down to minimum (the controller will beep again). You’re now ready to fly!
How do I do a 360 degree flip?
To do a 360 flip, press down on the right joystick (push the joystick further into the controller, not left/right/forward/backward), after a second or so it should beep, that means it’s in ‘flip mode’. When it does that, just push the joystick in any direction(left/right/forward/backward), and the drone will fly up a bit and do a flip.
How do I find your customer services information?
All information regarding customer services and support can be found here in BuzzBee’s user manual, alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our best to help.