SNAP an image, SNAP some video and have fun doing it too! Our newest quad comes fully featured with adjustable flight modes, fully digital stabilization and 2.4 Ghz control! The unique clam-shell design protects internal electronics and motors! SNAP also comes with removable rotor guards and "high lift" landing gear, shown above. This protects SNAP when you are flying in tight spaces or when you are just learning.

  • Factory Assembled & Ready for Adventure
  • Digital 3 axis stabilization  
  • The 2.4Ghz radio lets you fly without the fear of losing signal. Not to mention there are no set channels, so you can fly multiple at the same time. 
  • Capture in flight video and photos
  • Micro SD card and USB reader included 
  • 30 fps Broadcast Standard
  • 16 bit Audio with Uncompressed .avi format
  • Sized right for both indoor and outdoor excursions
  • Advanced "Low Battery" warning system protects your on board Li-Po battery
  • Advanced LED system for night flying
  • Learning System with removable rotor guards and "high lift" landing gear included

Removing and replacing the battery in LiteHawk SNAP

There is very little room in the SNAP for the Battery connectors! I have found only one way to button up the Battery Door. I place the Battery into the SNAP with the Battery connection to the right side of the Door, and push the Battery in as far as possible.


Connect the battery to the Drone. Now push the white part of the Battery connection into the Drone onto the top of the Battery on the left side of the Door Hatch.


It should just fit. Tuck the remaining wires that stick out on the right side, into the Door Hatch, and the Hatch should have enough room to close properly. 


Tip: The Snap comes with a very handy tool to help remove the rotor blades. This tool is also very handy to help gently push the connectors and wires into place in the SNAP's Hatch way, and even handier to gently fish the wires back out.. until you can get your fingers on the connector and carefully remove the Battery from the Drone.


Charging the battery for the SNAP
  • Open the battery access door and fish out the battery wire.. gently tug out the battery until you can get hold of it and remove it completely from the drone.
  • You can use your computer, TV, or USB charger (shown below, not included) to charge SNAP. Don't use anything with a higher output than 5V 1A (1000mA).

    Just insert the included USB charging plug into the USB port. The USB plug will light up red, which indicates power to the charger.

  • Plug the battery into the charger.. it only fits one way.. and the red light on the charger will go out.. which indicates that the charger has started to charge the battery.

  •  Charging times vary but can be as high as 60 minutes depending on the state of the battery's charge and output of the charging power source.
  •  When it's done charging, the light will come back on. It's that easy!

  •  When storing Snap for more than a day, fully charge Snap's battery to preserve it's condition and fitness.
  • Replace your battery into the drone, but don't reconnect it until you are ready to fly! 
  • Always let your battery cool down after a flight before charging it. Charging a hot Li-po battery will damage it.
  • Fully charged, your battery should read 4.2 volts.
  • When your drone begins to slow down.. stop.. let things cool off, and recharge the battery. It should not read below 3.5 volts.. never fully deplete a li-po battery of its charge.

 Rotor Blade Care on the SNAP

  • Your Quattro Snap comes with several tools to protect the rotor blades on the drone. Rotor Blade Guards, Motor pin bushing, and a Blade removal tool.
  • The Rotor Blade Guards will protect the blades from light contact with large foreign objects.. like walls.. but you still have to be vigilant around things like bushes, with many small branches that could get past the guards.
  • There is a small bushing just under the Rotor Blade, it protects the motor pin from being bent in the event of a crash that impacts the top of the blade. Be very careful of these bushings, if you have to remove your rotor blades for care, try not to lose them. If you do.. don't worry, your drone will still fly.
  • The Rotor Blade Removal tool, is to help in taking the rotor blade off of the drone easily. 


  • If you have suffered a broken support arm on the rotor guard in any of these places..

  • Take the Guard right off.. as it will impact with your Rotor Blade and break it!.. CA glue will not repair it.. maybe plastic modeling glue ( not tried yet ) Carefully applied shrink tubing will work, it is flexible enough, and should hold until you can order a new one.
  • In the event that you should break a Rotor Blade..If you have to replace a rotor blade with a new one.. or you have to remove more than one at a time! Be aware that the blades are all different and the the exact one has to replace it. The blades have opposing pitches.. if you look at them you can see that the pitch angle of the two front blades is opposite of each other.. same with the back blades. The right blade has to be put back onto the right motor.. or it won't fly! To help with this, there is a letter stamped onto the top of the blade.. so that you can match it correctly! 

 Synchronizing the SNAP

  • Make sure that your drone is turned off and then plug in your battery and close up the battery hatch.
  • Locate a flat level surface that you can use your drone on to Sync. it with the controller. 
  • Turn the drones switch on and it will begin to blink rapidly, within 5 seconds place the drone on the level, flat surface.
  • Now turn on the controller. The power light on the controller will begin blinking.. a slower blink, and now the drones blink will slow down and match it. This indicates that the drone and the controller are ready to communicate.
  • Now move the left.. power stick.. from the bottom to the top and back to the bottom again. The blinking lights on both the controller and the drone should turn solid, indicating that the two are now in sync. and ready to fly.

MicroSD Card Management

  • Insert the included microSD card into Snap. It'll latch into position when inserted fully. To remove it, push the card in a bit and it'll unlatch as you release it.
  • If you fly Snap without the microSD card inserted, a blue light, just underneath the body, between the on/off switch and the camera, will blink quickly to pink and back to blue indicating either the absence of the card, or the card is full and needs to be reformatted.


    • The drones camera functions will be ready when camera lights remain a solid blue. The light will turn red (capture mode) as you Snap a picture.. and will turn red (capture mode) as long as you are filming video.
    • If you press the video button a second time it will enter a performance mode (both red and blue lights). This mode is best used in the air where (better handling) and the videos or images are a little less blurry than in the capture mode.

    •  To retrieve photos and videos, remove the microSD card and insert it into the included USB adapter or an SD adapter (not included). Insert into your computer (USB or SD port) and use your file manager to copy, cut or delete photo and video files.