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- State of Assembly:Ready-to-Go
- Aerial Photography:No
- Warning:Please read the instructions carefully before operating
- Charging Voltage:3.7 V
- Plugs Type:USB charging cable
- Remote Distance:About 10 Meters
- Package Includes:USB Cable,Original Box,Operating Instructions,Batteries,Remote Controller
- Motor:Brush Motor
- Control Channels:2 Channels
- Model Number:SYMA
- Action Time:6-8 Minutes
- Warranty:15 days(doesn’t cover improper using)
- Controller Mode:MODE2
- Charging Time:50-60 minutes
- Dimensions:22 x 9.5 x 6 CM
- Power Source:Electric
- Controller Battery:AA battery (not included)
- Remote Control:Yes
- Aerial Photography:No
- Built-in Li Poly battery:3.7V 100 mAh
- Age Range: > 3 years old,8-11 Years,> 14 years old,> 8 years
- Features:Remote Control,Shatter Resistant
While many of us might drool over powerful high-flying drones like those from DJI, Yuneec and 3D Robotics, most of us will be flying less expensive radio-controlled multi-rotor toys made to zip around your living room or backyard for a few minutes at a time until you inevitably crash or get stuck in a tree.
They’re a blast to fly — whether or not you’re into RC toys — and because they’re small and relatively inexpensive, you can have a good time without worrying about watching something $1,000 or more hit the ground or disappear into the trees.
ARE KIDS ALLOWED TO FLY DRONES?
Kids are allowed to fly drones. There is no law that prevents them from doing so. Still, it might be a good idea for you, as a parent, to double check with your country’s (state’s) UAV laws. If everything seems fine, I would still recommend you to follow certain safety tips to prevent your children or unsuspecting fellow citizens from going hurt.
The biggest safety tip is not to fly a drone around unaware people. Even though modern day drones are equipped with technology that prevents them from shutting down completely while in mid air and crashing down onto unsuspecting citizens, there’s still a (small) chance of something going wrong. So, to prevent a potential disaster, make sure your kids fly their drone either in your backyard or somewhere far away from people.
In addition to that, make sure your children stay away from airports (at least 5 miles away) and that they don’t raise it higher than 400 feet in the air. Lastly, not all of the below featured drones are outdoor-only. I placed a couple of smaller drones that are suitable for indoor use so your children can learn the basics of piloting without ever leaving their home.