Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter Review

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As far as commercially available “drones” are concerned, it really does get much better than the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter.
Very much an enthusiast’s kind of UAV, this is the big dog on the block as far as power, performance, and shells and whistles are concerned. Just about everything you could ever hope to get out of a commercially available (and safe for civilian use) drone has been
built right into this amazing piece of tech.

In fact, the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter is such a popular option that it is almost always back ordered pretty much anywhere that you can purchase it online – so much so that most people are waiting weeks (if not months) to get their hands on one.

This is the best of the best.

Stand out features

Where should we begin?

First of all, thanks to the high output 2.4 GHz radio band that this UAV operates off of, you aren’t going to have any trouble whatsoever
flying this drone at distances of up to 300+ meters – and some speculate that is just the tip of the iceberg.

Secondly, you’re going to be able to include a microSD card on every single flight that you make with this UAV. Not only are you going to be able to record video and still shots from the on-board camera system, but you’re also going to be able to pick up all kinds of pertinent information and data about your surroundings while you cruise around.

Lastly, this new gyroscope technology is going to make this UAV very, very easy to command (even at great distances), and even has a kill switch that you’ll be able to flip to return the drone back to center ASAP.

This is one tricked out UAV, that’s for sure!


So overloaded with big benefits, advantages, and reasons to move forward with, the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter is a game changer in absolutely every sense the word. Perfect for those that want in enthusiast level aircraft as well as those that don’t want to freak out when it comes time to pilot their drone all on their own, the odds are pretty good that this drone is going to become one of the “industry standard” options out there – the drone that most other consumer options are compared to.

The lithium-ion battery that is included in this UAV is rechargeable (using any standard micro USB charging cable collect the one that comes with your cell phone or tablet), and a single charge can provide you with 24 hours of flying time (and maybe even more).

And then we come to the overall design and aesthetic of the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter. This is one very slick looking UAVs, there is no use denying that. Everything is simple, straightforward, and uncluttered, and because of the industrial design you were going to be able to pilot this craft under almost complete and total anonymity thanks to the silent operation of the propellers.


Though there are a number of UAV/quadracopter options out there that are pretty expensive, none of them (well, very few of them, anyway) are going to come close to the price tag that the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter commands.

Giving you the chance to shoot in 1080p/60 FPS high definition video with the onboard system, as well as offering you the chance to pilot this craft at up to over maybe even more than) 300 m, you’d have to be at least a bit crazy to ignore everything that this UAV is all about.

Final verdict

If you have the money for a serious piece of advanced technology, and want to be sure that you are getting in on the ground floor of the “drone craze” sweeping the nation, you’re going to want to get your hands the best option money can buy right – and that’s the Q500 Typhoon Quadcopter.