FlyBrix Drones

Sep 23, 2016

Category: Tech

There is some essential part of all of us that will never not want to goof around with plastic bricks and electronics. Flybrix caters to both of those early and enduring loves with their LEGO-inspired drone kits.

The kits function as any Lego product (though the companies are not affiliated), but fly like a professional drone. Each one (there is a ‘basic’ and ‘deluxe’ option) comes with up to 8 propellers, and all of the little plastic bricks you’ll need to build out your own custom flying machine. All of this means that you don’t have to go and buy a bunch of extra tools to allow you or your kid to build out their own quad-copter. Not quite an ace pilot? No worries. If you crash it into the ground, you can simply snap it all back together. Prices start at $150. [Purchase]

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