Does this Parrot Ar 2.0 drone break down a lot
I heard it has trouble with computer
- Asked by Daniel C from Eau Claire
- Feb 25, 2013
Parrot AR.Drone 2.0
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5 Answers from the Community
Starting out as a novice and now after about 40 flights: While I have collected some scratches, there have been no breakdowns, no parts to replace, and no decrease in performance. The indoor hull does its job (and it shows!) and the outdoor hull assumes the user is aware of any threatening obstacles.
Mine once did battle with a lampshade, and the lampshade had to be replaced, but the Drone was fine (and, perhaps I detected, a little smug, afterwards). Yes, it is tough.
- Answered by Walter C G from Austin
- Apr 9, 2013
Breakdowns are going to be commiserate with your flying style and your tolerance to risk. It is tough, but not invincible. The good news is that parts are readily available online, and it is pretty easy to work on.
- Answered by Bob A from Charlotte
- Mar 23, 2013
really depends where you are using it...
I have a huge park next to my house, where i normally take it for fun, and i have had no problem. but obviously if its being crahed on asphault, concrete, walls.... damage will soon start showing up.
- Answered by Sachin M from Goodyear
- Mar 27, 2013
On the sixth flight mine stopped working. I received an error "Ultrasound Emergency". I took it apart to check for any loose connections and did not find any. Then I cleaned anything I saw that might be a problem and it still won't fly. It is now a very expensive dust collector.
- Answered by William M from Jacksonville
- Aug 26, 2013
It never breaks down! I have had 300 consecutive flights with no problems. Crashing because of human error is the only cause of breakdowns.
- Answered by Spencer B from Cantonment
- Jun 27, 2013