This really is what you would call 'nano' - even the box containing the copter and the controller is dinky. Inside though you will find the brilliant looking copter together with a remote control (not the strongest material), some spare rotors/propellers (I have quite a few Revell products and to be fair they do know that it is easy to break one when you are first practising), a small USB charging lead and an instruction booklet. It takes about 45 minutes to charge the copter via USB and this gives you about 5 minutes flying time, which is inadequate at first because getting the hang of the controls is a bit of a head scratcher to start with. You do, however, get used to it after a while and then it is great fun! Before your first flight you need to calibrate your machine. Make sure you read the instructions carefully as they are the only thing between you and your sanity. It can be frustrating but it is well worth the messing about and it really does have the "wow" factor. Be patient and you will really enjoy this.