Eachine E01x series gets another upgrade. The E014 Windmill comes with competently new design and lots of cool features. Let’s the discover why is this drone suitable for kids.
If your children are just past six, I would seriously recommend you getting a small sized kid friendly drone. Not just because they are affordable, but also because mini drones can’t produce them or the surrounding people major injures. In addition to the small size, the Eachine E014 drone comes with full frame blade protector which makes it super safe for kids.
In front of the aircraft is located a 720P camera which allows children to capture the journey of their first flight. Thanks to the optical flow sensor, the E014 Windmill quadcopter is more stable compared to other toy drones – essential for taking selfies.
Eachine Windmill E014 features and specs
- Compact size with full frame blade protector;
- Dual control mode (RC and phone APP);
- Optical flow sensor;
- Flight path presetting;
- Hand tracking;
- Gravity mode;
- One key take-off/landing;
- HD camera with WiFi real-time image transmission (FPV);
- Instant social share;
- About 5 minutes of play time.
According to the advertised specs, the E014 has about 5 minutes of flight time. Hopefully its 300 mAh battery is removable, so the kids will be able to enjoy longer flights.
Just like the JX 1601HW, the Eachine Windmill also features dual control mode. Besides using the included remote controller you can control the E014 quadcopter with your smartphone through virtual sticks or through gyro-sensor (by tilting the phone). Anyway, I would suggest for kids, to make their first flight using the RC. It allows much more precise control over the aircraft’s movements.
Included with the Eachine E014 drone
- Remote controller with removable phone holder;
- 3.7V 300mAh 1S LiPo battery;
- USB battery charger;
- 1 set of spare propellers;
- 2 pieces of control sucker;
- User manual.
Note: Children under age of 14 should always be supervised by adults when they are playing with remote controlled drones!