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  • Perfect

    posted by pjordi

    Perfect. a lot of examples in internet. are very simple to mesure from 2cm to 5meters. After 15 minutes, I was doing measurements. There are other more expensive sensors, but equally good.
    They are very cheep. the construction are correct. the time it takes to receive the package are excesive.
    I will ask five more, to make my robot.
  • I Recommend!

    posted by meatom

    Built quality is ok, the gear is plastic, but it can handle 1.2kg of torque easily, Im not sure about 1.9kg adviced.In general it works as expected.
    It's my third time buing this product and I pretende buy it again, so it works as expected.Buying three you can set up an air model with four channels easily. You can use one to rudder, another to aileron, and one to elevator.
  • These are NOT 'mini' servos!

    posted by cragv

    For a full-size servo, it was cheap. Recognisable brand on the label, too.
    I've had a great run with DX products, but when something so basic as a misleading title is combined with several weeks' wait for a project, the whole thing is set back needlessly. Frustrating!
    Basic servo at an excellent price, no complaints there. Just incorrect/misleading title meaning I'm frustrated!
  • Great little servo

    posted by Avatar7

    The device is exactly what it is described to be, a mini servo. Works great and was nice that it came with a few different types of attachments. Good torque, sufficient for smaller projects.
    I'm using them for a small hexapod robot and they have allowed me to complete this project.
    If you looking for a solid mini servo for any projects you might have, you have found it.
  • MG995 Servo review

    posted by silbo

    Good price, good torque, good power consumption (100mA) when rotating. All gears are metal inside the servo. The servos can be edited to make them continues, which is what I did. Good internet tutorials can be found for that http://www.uscoles.com/kapcontinuous.html
    Where are the continues servos in DX :D,also didn't find any wheels to build my sumorobot.
    For the price, awesome torque and speed. Just watch out, the peak current was over 2A when I was powering two motors and changed their direction simultaneously.


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