Thank you Steve very much first as always for test and sharing Go Go Bird Bennu on Youtube.
We are exciting to know many feedbacks from the viewers, check the video and the informative comments below, thank you!
The term drone is all kinds of messed up these days. Technically the bird is a drone, but IDK if it is colloquially.
Edit: I also love how realistic it is. After you hit the wall it fluttered around on the ground just like a real dying bird.
“Happy Children's Day everyone! For today we have planned a fun and entertaining video.. We had so much fun with our Go Go Bird, it is super light and easy to use! we had some strong wind today and the bird manage to do a pretty good job anyway, so we give it a huge thumbs up!”
Thank you Tanja for sharing her wonderful Go Go Bird story with us.
We are inspired and we believe it's a best gift for kids.:)
"If you want to get children involved in flying without spending a lot of money the GOGO BIRD is a great starting point. This is priced around the £30$30 price point and we had so much fly flying it."
Thank you Darren so much for sharing Go Go Bird flying experience with us.
Mule Crusher: omg I have always wanted to get this for my mom, she loves birds, and is elderly. wonder if she would fly it !
Tim O'Ryan: Good to see you...
Congratulations, Go Go Bird Eagle launched on Kickstarter.
For more than 20 years, Hanvon have been researching bionic birds and finding the impressive sense of freedom of flying species. Go Go Bird uses a Hall Sensor System to control the frequency of its flapping wings, replicating the realism of bird wings and the sense of flying in the sky.
From 2019, based on the team's many years of engineering experience, we will break numerous technical barriers in wing-flapping aircraft and make a breakthrough from 0 to 1. By 2021, Go Go Bird...
First thank you Mike for reviewing and done a giveaway for Go Go Bird.
So we can share the minds with the drone or RC helicoptor enthusiasts who would like to try Go Go Bird.
So now check Mike's review below:
So far, I've only flown mine in the house. It's fun once you get the hang of it, but since it flies like a real bird, it isn't anywhere near as responsive as when I fly my micro quads in the house. I will hopefully get out to the park to fly it this weekend....