Top Kid Drones (Part IV)

These drones are great for beginner pilots.

AIR HOGS STAR WARS: RC ULTIMATE MILLENNIUM FALCON QUAD

Your child will be the coolest kid in the neighborhood when this drone comes out to play. You can fly it over 150 feet away and it can do some amazing stunt tricks with just a press of a button.

The best things are the sound effects and LED lights. It’s crafted from high-density foam, meaning it can handle some crash landings. The only complaint is the short battery life which is pretty much the reality with drones anyway. It is quite certain that the Millenium Falcon will be a huge hit.

HOLY STONE HS177 BATTLE DRONE

Holy Stone make good drones for beginner pilots, and the HS177 is no exception. It has three-speed modes to use as your piloting skills develop and Attitude Hold denotes the drone will remain in the air if you take your hands off the controls.

Once you’ve learned solo flight, team up with another HS177 owner and you can participate in aerial combat. Shoot your opponent with the drone’s infrared laser four times and their drone will fall from the sky (yes, safely and slowly).

This drone has a scope of between 30 and 50 meters from the controller. So, you have room to practice flight paths, maneuvers, and explore the drone’s stunt abilities.

HUBSAN NANO Q4 SE QUADCOPTER

If space is a problem and your child is just going to be flying indoors, check out Hubsan’s little, lightweight Q4 SE Nano drone. The quadcopter is stored in the controller itself, making it a neat and tiny package.

A stabilization system holds the pocket-sized flyer stable in the air. Flip and roll tricks can be done simply by squeezing down on the controller’s throttle stick.

Flight time might be limited to only three minutes. However, the Nano Q4 SE charges in only 30 minutes so the drone will be quick to return to the skies.