Carrying a drone on your backpack may look cool but nothing can be cooler than the thought of keeping one on your pocket.
Yes, there is a tiny quadcopter out there in the market and it currently holds the title of being the world’s smallest drone ever. It’s one you can easily take with you wherever you may plan to roam.
TRNDlabs’ SKEYE Nano Drone merely measures 1.57” x 1.57” x 0.87” (LWH) and weighs 11.9 grams.
It is extremely portable and user-friendly maneuvering it will never be a hassle at all. It’s stable and easy to fly.
Equipped with RTF (ready to fly) technology, the SKEYE also features 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. It offers 3 flight modes depending on your skill level. You can go for Beginner if you’re still learning the ropes, Mid-Level if you’ve flown drones before or Expert if you are a flight veteran. If you’re indeed an expert, then you’d love to play around with the drone’s aerobatic “flip” capability to perform those sweet stunts plus you can control the drone with a distance of up to 50m.
Fond of flying in low light conditions? The drone comes with built-in LED lights so that should not be a problem for you.
SKEYE also comes with four extra rotors you can use as replacements.
Take note, though, that a single 30-minute charge can only give you about 7 to 8 minutes of flight so don’t fly it too far for too long. Also, another potential downside here is that it couldn’t carry a GoPro nor does it offer video capabilities. Still, it’s a good toy if you’re looking forward to waste some time.
Watch this video and see this impressive tiny drone in motion:
Those who want to purchase the $49 SKEYE Nano Drone can go directly to TRNDlabs’ online website.