SKEYE Nano Drone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

There are small drones, and there’s the SKEYE Nano Drone. Measuring in at just 4 centimeters by 4 centimeters, this thing will literally fit into the palm of your hand.

Don’t let the small size of this little gadget fool you though, this thing packs a ton of fun into a small package. Most drones can be difficult to pilot, but not the SKEYE. There are three different skill levels to choose from including Beginner, Mid-Level and Expert, giving you a chance to perform mid-air stunts like flips and figure-8s, regardless of your piloting abilities. The 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity is the latest in drone tech, and the extreme portability of this thing means you can literally take it anywhere. There’s even LED lights for flights after dark. On a 30-minute charge, this drone will fly for roughly 8 minutes with a range of about 50 meters – not bad considering its size. [Purchase]

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