Warnings & Warranty
Stabilization Sensors & Flight Control Software: Thanks to an advanced flight controller and powerful sensors,
the Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone is
easy to fly both indoors and outdoors. A 3-axis accelerometer and a 3-axis gyroscope measure and analyze each
movement or inclination of the drone and, thanks to the built-in Autopilot, rectify
the position of the minidrone. An ultrasound sensor analyzes the flight altitude up to 13'. A pressure
sensor controls the minidrone in altitude beyond 13'. In addition, you can
activate the "cut-out system" and the minidrone's motors will shut down in case
of an impact.
Airborne Acrobatics: The Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone can perform flips with amazing fluidity
and stability. A finger "swipe" on the piloting screen of the FreeFlight Mini
app turns the minidrone 90 or 180 degrees in a flash. It can also perform
acrobatic 360 degree forward and backward flips.
Indoor or Outdoor: The Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone is sturdy
and shock resistant, and be flown both indoors or outdoors. The minidrone is equipped with a removable polyamide hull to protect the propellers.
Designed for safe flying, the minidrone is outfitted with a propeller
circuit-breaker in case of collision.
Built-in 60fps Camera: The Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone is
equipped with a built-in 60fps camera (downward facing) that lets you take
photos and selfies while you fly the minidrone. Your photos are automatically
stored on your Bluetooth connected Apple iOS or Android device through the FreeFlight Mini App.
FreeFlight Mini App & Flypad Controller: You'll need the
FreeFlight Mini app (for
Apple iOS 8.0+ &
Android OS 4.3+) in conjunction with the included Parrot Flypad controller
for precise wireless control of the Parrot Mambo FPV minidrone over a
distance of up to 328' (100m) via Bluetooth 4.0. The Flypad is powered by a
rechargeable LiPo battery (200mAh) that can last up to 6 hours. Charging
time is approximately 2 hours (charger not included).
FPV Camera & Goggles: Connect the included FPV camera to the
Parrot minidrone using Smart Block technology to record 720p/30fps HD video
content to a microSD card (sold separately) and transfer live HD video to your
Apple iOS or Android OS device with the FreeFlight Mini App installed and view
first person live video through the included Cockpit goggles for a truly
with a 120° field of view. The Mambo FPV offers 3 new flying modes -
- Easy Mode: Easy mode keeps your drone in the air even if you let
go of the controls.
- Drift Mode: Drift Mode turns the horizontal stabilization off and
lets you to make tight turns.
- Racing Mode: Racing Mode gives you complete control of the drone
without any stabilization assistance.
Note: Your compatible Apple iOS or Android OS device mounts to the front
of the cockpit goggles. It fits Apple iOS and Android devices that measure 4.5"-6"
(w) x 2.5"-3.25" (h) in landscape mode.
Rechargeable Battery: The Parrot Mambo FPV comes with a
rechargeable lithium-polymer battery (660mAH) that can last up to 10 minutes.
A microUSB-to-USB cable is supplied to charge the battery from a free USB port
on your computer; the battery will remain in the minidrone while charging. It
takes approximately 90 minutes to fully charge the battery. You can purchase
Parrot's 2.6A Charger (333MINCHAR,
sod separately) for a much quicker charge time of about 30 minutes; the battery
is removed from the minidrone for charging. Extra batteries (333MINIBAT,
sold separately) are also available.
Firmware & Software Updates: There are two ways to update
the Parrot Mambo FPV with newer firmware & software.
- App: Via the FreeFlight3 app on your Apple iOS or
Android device, and pressing the "Updates" button. Your mobile device must
be connected to the Internet.
- USB: Connect the minidrone to your computer via USB and
downloading the update file from the Parrot website. Make sure the minidrone
has a fully charged battery.
Warnings & Warranty
Flight Pattern Warning: The Parrot minidrone is a remote
control model aircraft designed only for entertainment purposes only. Please fly
responsibly. Do not fly your Parrot minidrone over any populated area, such as
beaches, others people's backyards, heavily populated parks, professional or
collegiate sports events, or over gathering of animals. Absolutely, do not fly
near an airfield. If you want to fly your Parrot minidrone in any populated area
or near an air field, do contact your local aerial authority to get the
Note: Please be aware that there may be federal, state,
and/or local laws or regulations restricting the use of this drone in
certain areas. Click here
for more rules and regulations regarding drones.
Recordings Warning: Recording and circulating an image of an
individual may constitute an infringement of their image and privacy for which
you could be liable. Ask for authorization before filming individuals,
particularly if you want to keep your recordings and/or circulate images on the
Internet or any other medium. Do not circulate a degrading image or one which
could undermine the reputation or dignity of an individual. The use of the
Parrot minidrone for surveillance or espionage is strictly forbidden and could
result in your prosecution under the law. Check that your use of the cameras on
board the Parrot drone complies with the legal provisions on the protection of
Product Warranty: Parrot warrants that the Parrot minidrone
will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 12-months
from the initial date of purchase upon presentation of proof of purchase to the
retailer or to Parrot (including the date and place of purchase, product serial
number). Return to retailer is not applicable in the USA - return shall be made
to Parrot only. During the contractual warranty period, any defective product
should be returned in its original packaging to Parrot's after-sales service.
After inspection of the product, Parrot will, at its sole discretion, either
repair or replace the defective part or product, excluding any other
indemnification of any nature. Parrot's warranty does not cover:
- defects due to damage caused by an accidental collision, fall, or
- defects caused by any reason other than a defect in material,
workmanship, and craftsmanship
- defects cause by customization of product by the end-user
- defects caused by repairs carried out by the end-user or an unauthorized
3rd party, except spare parts provided by Parrot
- defects due to the use of spare parts not provided by Parrot in the
- defects due to the fact that spare parts have been installed without
following the recommendations and instructions provided by Parrot at
www.parrot.com or if the Parrot Bebop
Drone has been customized by the end-user;
- loss of charge time by rechargeable battery over time does not
constitute a defect in material or workmanship
Note: If upon technical tests being carried out any
product is found non defective we reserve the right to return such product
to the sender at the sender's cost and to levy a charge to cover Parrot's
technical test fees. Upon expiration of the 12-month warranty period or if
the defect is not covered by the warranty, any defective product can be
returned to Parrot's after-sales service in order to be repaired or for a
defective part to be replaced at the sender's costs. Repair will be carried
out only after acceptance of the corresponding quotation.