Remote-controlled fun without the hassle
Take it from someone who has crashed their fair share of drones: those little spinning blades catch on everything. Chances are, you’re going to spend more time detangling the propeller from various things—tree branches, cords, ponytails—than you are actually flying it.
Unless, of course, you get one of the models with guards around the blades, like this one. Instead of crash landing, it’ll just bounce off things and keep going—and rather than spending all your time figuring out how to free your drone, you can concentrate on having fun with flying it. (Still best to steer clear of the china cabinet, though.)
But safety and convenience aren’t the only things you want in a drone. It needs to be fun, too. With this model’s built-in camera and preprogrammed tricks, you can enjoy the outdoors from the safety of your own home—whether that’s getting a bird’s eye view of the neighborhood or doing loops in your own backyard.