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I must say, I bought this via a TV Channel to what seems to be an age ago. I have flown it a number of times ending up damaging the propellers, as one does learning a new skill. It is a good drone, however the drawback is finding the consumables or spare parts such as replacement propeller 'blades'. After a long search, I recently found an alternative source for replacements.
Reference: Syma X8C (pk20), not perfect, however better than nothing, may need to be slightly adjusted in terms of  shaving a little off the upper plastic motor stem to accommodate, allowing the lower part to accommodate the original if and when they are found.
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