FuriBee H801: TinyWhoop by Frankenstein

FuriBee H801 drone
Advertised for $50, the FuriBee H801 is surely not the cheapest drone with ducted propellers, especially that it comes with a "basic" flight controller not a customizable one like the F3 or F4. The large blade protectors not just that should offer improved efficiency of the propellers but also makes the aircraft very safe for children. The ducted propellers can’t produce major...

Tovsto Swift, new easy to fly GPS drone?

TOVSTO SWIFT GPS quadcopter
Swift is a new GPS drone that was recently announced by the Chinese manufacturer Tovsto. Available in two variants (1080p or 720p camera), the Tovsto Swift seems to be a great alternative for the Hubsan H501S. Of course, only if adopts brush-less-motors, which is not certain to me yet. In order to allow accurate positioning, Tovsto Swift drone features both GPS and GLONASS. Through...

Holybro Kopis 1 FPV quad: Durable 5 mm carbon fiber frame

Holybro Kopis 1 FPV drone
Kopis 1 is a high-performance and ultra-durable FPV racing quadcopter from Holybro. Its low-profile design allows centralized weight which means excellent stability. Holybro Kopis 1 features "Stretched-X" motor layout, highly adopted by professional racing drones. This approach eliminates the influence ("dirty air") of the rear propellers over the front blades. Build around the Holybro Kakute F4 all-in-on flight controller, the Kopis...

GTENG T908W review: Wannabee DIY drone

GTENG T908W review
GTENG T908W it is advertised as to be a DIY quadcopter but, if you ask me, it is more like a modular drone. You don't need to solder or something like this, just put together the main parts and you are ready to fly. In my opinion the fact that a drone can be easily split into parts should not...

TOPSKY F7X FPV goggle: DVR and HD screen

TOPSKY F7X FPV glasses
With 1280 x 720 pixels, the TOPSKY F7X FPV goggle claims that features the highest resolution on the FPV glasses market. The HD image quality is paired with a premium design. Thanks to the HDMI input, this FPV goggle can be used not just for first person view flights but also to watch your favorite movies from an external media player....

Flying3D FY919 drone with optical flow sensor

Flying3D FY919 quadcopter
After the Cheerson CX-OF, here is another toy drone with optical flow sensor called: Flying3D FY919. Optical sensor combined with air-pressure sensor allows perfectly stable hovering. At first look, the design of the Flying3D FY919 Reaper reminds me about a hover drone from the Avatar movie. It features similar caged propellers, which makes it suitable for safe indoor flights. In order to allow...

Flytec T11S DIY building brick drone

Flytec T11S DIY Building Bricks drone
Building brick drones like this Flytec T11S doubles the fun. In my opinion there is no kid that never have played with a Lego - it was my son's favorite toy too for few years. The Flytec T11S DIY drone comes in parts and needs to be assembled by yourself. All the electronic components come with connectors, so no soldering required. Compared to...

GOFLY-RC Falcon CP90: Durable FPV drone for beginners

GOFLY-RC Falcon CP90 FPV quadcopter
Advertised for about 150 bucks, the GOFLY-RC Falcon CP90 is certainly not the cheapest mini brushless drone - especially that it comes in PNP package. But lets see what you get for your money. When it comes to racing quadcopters, crashes are inevitable. In order to reduce the possible damages, the frame is made from carbon fiber and the electronic parts...

Eachine E51 review: Foldable drone for newbies

Eachine E51 quadcopter review
Hi and welcome back, the Eachine E51 review is my fifth article on FirstQuadcopter.com. Traditionally, I will try to reveal as much information as possible about this Eachine E51 selfie drone. Of course, not just the good stuff, the bad ones as well. Over the last years, Eachine became one of the most active player on the toy drone market. They announces new...

Eachine E56 with innovative gyro control

Eachine E56 drone
Eachine E56 brings new waves in the word of toy drones. Instead of the usual two stick transmitter, it adopts a "magic" remote controller with gyro sensor - similar with the one is used with VR glasses. As you can see in the image bellow, the remote controller can be used with one hand. It has only one control stick,...