Buy Your Kid a Drone for Christmas?
Kids love to play with the latest gadgets and toys. Even since the 90’s kids and even adults have enjoyed the hobby of RC (Radio Controlled) cars, helicopters and planes. These days the technology has advanced and we have a new generation of RC drones that come in many shapes, sizes and types.
So if you’re considering buying one of these fun toy RC drones for your kid then you should first stop and ask yourself some questions and then from the answers you will better know whether buying a drone, or not, is the best choice as well as hopefully, have more of an idea on what type of drone to actually buy them!
With regards to flying drones around which can differ in size. Some are little nanodrones and some are vast octocopters. Some have a more extended controller go than others and some have a more drawn out battery life and more flight time. Some have cameras on them, some don’t. Some are extremely shabby and moderately modest to supplant, a few drones are exceptionally costly obviously as they have great cameras on them and other cutting edge flight equip. The bigger, heavier expert camera drones are likely not what you need somebody exceptionally youthful and unpracticed to fly around. So in the event that you have an exceptionally youthful kid you might need to consider the more littler, fun measured nanodrones that are generally shoddy and chipper yet furnish a pilot with 5–10 minutes of fast fun flying of the drone and let the pilot pull off 360 flips and mid-air moves at the press of a catch.
They are just some of the things to consider. Likewise you should also be thinking about privacy. Both protecting your childs privacy and making sure he or she protects those of others too. While we are in less grey area when it comes to the law and regulations set for commercial private and public drone flight both in the UK and the USA, you should definitely brush up on these to make sure you know them before you give your child a drone to fly for Christmas, their birthday or any time. Whether it be a very small nanodrone that flies out of range and into someones garden or window, or whether it be a large camera quadcopter or octocopter multiroter camera drone that does the same.
What kind of drone does your kid want?
Or what type of drone should you buy them if its a surprise for them? If they are a very young child then I’d suggest one of these toy like RC nanodrones. For older more mature kids go for something a bit more techy that has a camera on it. Small camera selfie nanodrones will be used by all the kids in the future anyway that will probably attached to their mobile phones and controlled on them as they are now.
What is your budget?
Today you can buy a cheap nanodrone for around £20 that will be just as good as many of them out there today that give you a quick 5–10 mins of flight time. For a little more, you could buy one with a camera. For around £50 to £100 you can buy a high quality camera drone that has a lot of controller range distance and better flight time.
Where to find cheap drones for sale? The best place to find drones for sale at cheaper prices than those of the manufactures site or other main retailers is to use the sites that list all the best fpv equipment for sale from all the best sites that have them for sale at the cheaper price. This is only because these are business that have purchased many of the drones from the manufacture and wish to sell them on as fast as they can so list them for sale at cheaper prices. That’s why Urbandrones.com lists cheap drones for sale so you can save money!