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Product Description

  • PS3, PS4, PC compatible
  • Officially Licensed Sony Product
  • Authentic Qanba stick and Qanba buttons
  • Anti-slip bottom pad
  • LED indicators for MODE and Turbo
  • Tournament LOCK switch
  • USB wired cord compartment
  • 3 pounds
  • 14 x 6 x 9.5 inches
  • UPC: 764210998006


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  • 5

    Posted by Ayunni on Dec 10th 2019

    Fun and easy to use great beginner stick

  • 5
    This product is really good but!

    Posted by Gabriel Herrera on Nov 14th 2019

    This is my first fight stick and I must say it’s the perfect size for me, if you’re looking for a fight stick that is small but fits perfectly in your lap and doesn’t cost as much as the other fight sticks this is your purchase. I must say however the lever on my stick was a bit messed up so I changed it with a Sanwa JLF. (Note if you open up your fight stick your warranty will no longer be active)The stick is really easy to mod to you personal liking to add character to your stick. The buttons if you’re looking to mod are a 30mm and if you’re planing on changing the lever to a JLF you must and you must order the 5 pin connector be sure there are white rectangular pieces on both sides, or if you want to have a bit of fun you can add the other white connector yourself. All and all stick is a 5/5

  • 5
    Quanba Drone

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 20th 2019

    Works well as a budget stick!

  • 5
    The Drone arcade stick

    Posted by Nathan on Jun 8th 2018

    My first stick, was easy to get used to after only a few days. Feels comfortable. Has a convenient cord storage area for when you put it away. Only took about a week to receive. Great quality, and price (from my opinion. Very hard to find a stick under $150) all in all, recommend to anybody wanting one for themselves.

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by Wilmer Pin on Jan 17th 2018

    I like the size and comfort to play, the only thing that is a bit uncomfortable is the restrictor that has the joystick, was tested in Mac & Windows and works well. I made a video for youtube in my Spanish language and I leave the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lXyKMHj2Wc

  • 5

    Posted by Kel on Aug 26th 2017


  • 5

    Posted by Lewis Stansbury on Jun 16th 2017

    The fell and the comfort of the Drone are better than good for the price point. The Drone out performs all competition in the middle of the road class. It is perfect for someone learning to play on fightstick again for the first time, or to be introduced to a 10 year old for the first time. Button spacing feels great, with not too much travel time. Handles great with clean responses. Qanba put together a product that is the benchmark of this price point. I recommend it to everyone. Even the pros as a back up or clutch stick. Great job guys, and thank you for bringing the experience of the arcade back into my life. And thank you for being a part of those memories to come.

  • 4
    The Drone Review

    Posted by Noah J. on Aug 8th 2016

    The drone is an cheap alternative for people who want to have fightstick for playstation 3 and 4 as well as PC. The stick out of the box is light and fits on your lap making it great for sitting down and playing some fighting games. The buttons feel decent enough for you to use but then replace later while the joystick feels cheap and not great overall. I also have a Q1 which has a few things better than this, for instance you have a hidden compartment you can put the wire in while the drone is hidden under the wrist rest area. another thing is modding. Buttons fit perfectly as they are supposed to but joystick replacement is disappointing at most. with the Q1 it was a simple 5 pin connecter into the joystick and that was it making it a smoothe transition between the qanba stick and my hayabusa. but with the drone while almost the same there is no 5 pin connector, I had to take mine from the Q1, within the stick itself and worst of all is the joystick size. side by side the Hayabusa and the Qanba joysticks are almost the same size just the hayabusa is bulker and the bottom is a full square while the Qanba one is pretty generic and it's hard to explain the bottom shape. that's where the stick fails for me. the hayabusa is just a bit bigger but because of the poles that the joystick rest in so you have easy access to change balltops faster. At the end of the day this stick is great but will only get 4/5 stars from because because of the joystick issue, I would love to see a resolve to this issue but chances are this will get a 2nd wave release that fixes that issue but by that time I might not even pay for another stick. aside of the stick issue the overall feel is sleek light and great for a starter stick.

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