Best Mini Quadcopter: Reviews
Many people enjoy flying their drones inside, especially in areas where it’s often windy or raining. Unfortunately, flying quadcopters inside puts them at risks of hitting walls, doors and worst of all – ceiling fans. In a matter of seconds your favorite purchase that you spent so much money on could turn into ruins. Luckily, there’s a simple fix to this: mini drones. Practically built for indoor flying, these machines are quite fun and easy to use. Also, they tend to be cheaper and some even come as quadcopters with cameras! Though, the picture quality usually isn’t the best, but hey at least they tried. I, myself, own two of the best mini quadcopters today. They are the Blade Nano QX and the Estes Proto X Nano.
Blade Nano QX
Due to the SAFE technology used in the creation of the Blade Nano Qx you can easily switch between beginner (stability) and advanced (agility) flying modes. This makes the quadcopter especially great for beginners, which is what I was when I bought it, because you can always start out on the stability mode and then move up to agility as you get the hang of it and learn to perform tricks. Weighing just half an ounce, this bad boy comes ready to fly so all you have to do is charge it and you’re set.
Estes Proto X Nano
So, I bought this drone mainly because it was and still is the smallest quad in the world at just .4 of an ounce. Little did I know, I would come to know it as the best mini quadcopter of all time. The Estes Proto X Nano features red and blue LED lights to indicate the front and back of the copter, however, I enjoy the LED lights for flying in the dark simply because it looks cool. Also, it’s very easy to fly and has an excellent design that any user would love.