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Velleman K/RCQC2: DIY Mini Quadcopter Starter Kit

Velleman K/RCQC2

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Build Your Own Quadcopter Kit

Learn the ins and outs of how quadcopters and drones operate with the Velleman K/RCQC2: DIY Mini Quadcopter Starter kit. The K/RCQC2 is the kit version of the assembled RCQC2. After building your mini quadcopter, control it from almost 100 feet away. The K/RCQC2 is light-weight, agile and can move in 360-degree motion. Use the bumpers on the quadcopter’s controller to perform aerial flips and barrel rolls.

Important: Always make sure to comply with local rules and regulations when using this device.


  • DIY assembly to learn how quadcopters work
  • Supports movements in all directions: up, down, left, right, forward, backward, left/right side-to-side flying, and 3D/360° tumbling
  • Propeller guard to protect rotor blades
  • Auto home mode
  • Stable, easy to control
  • 2.4 GHz control signal reduces interference when flying multiple quadcopters simultaneously
  • Rechargeable high-performance lithium-polymer battery (charges via included USB cable)
  • Recommended age: 14+


  • Transmitter Channels: 4
  • Radio Frequency Control Signal: 2.4 GHz
  • Material: plastic and electronic parts
  • Power Supply:
    • Quadcopter: rechargeable 3.7 V 150 mAh lithium-polymer - Included
    • Transmitter: 4 x 1.5 V AAA LR03C batteries - Not Included
  • Charging Time: 30-45 minutes
  • Flying Time: 5-7 minutes
  • Control Range: ± 98.5 ft
  • Charging Mode: via USB cable - Included
  • Quadcopter Dimensions: 5.2 in. x 5.2 in. x 0.98 in.

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  1. Surprisingly Good review by Sum Yung Guy on 6/20/2018

    I built this in an afternoon and was very pleased when it flew first time.

    The soldering is fairly easy throughout and the online instructions are easy to follow - the trickiest bit was soldering the transceiver module into the handset, as the module only just pokes through the handset PCB.

    Flying is easy - the drone itself is quite "twitchy" and calls for a delicate touch, but once you get used to that, it's probably easier to fly than some larger, pre-built drones. I've managed to land it in somebody's hand, which looked impressive (almost like I knew what I was doing). Control of the throttle is the hardest part - trying to use the yaw control is almost impossible, as you can't help but change the throttle setting at the same time - this is mostly due to the stiff return-spring on the yaw control.

    It's proved to be very resilient to crash landings and colliding with objects - I've even managed to stick it to the ceiling a number of times with no lasting damage.

    If only it had altitude-hold, it would be perfect...

    p.s. I think it's quite amusing that the "landing-pad" would cost almost double the price of the drone if you built it from non-asia sourced components :)

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CE Doc

EU Declaration of conformity
CE and FCC of the Mini Quadcopter kit.

Info Sheets

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Overview of Velleman modules that are equal to D.I.Y Kits
This sheet is useful when you want to know which modules you could find in the do-it-yourself range of Velleman Kits and minikits.

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