Become an aerial stuntman with the world’s smallest quadcopter

Tiny flying machines are quickly occupying our airspace, but before we go too far down the Skynet rabbit hole, let’s have some fun. The half-ounce SKEYE Nano Drone is the world’s smallest quadcopter, primed for airborne stunts and envy-baiting photos on Facebook. Ready to fly straight out of the box, this high-thrust lightweight drone is perfect for stunt flying, with a 6-axis flight control system enabling banked turns, flips and figure eights — quick adaptations even for rookie pilots.

Beginner and advanced flight modes offer a confident flying experience through the 7- to 10-minute total flight time per charge, with a range of 50 meters. At night, the LED lights are great for a little UFO speculation among friends, while crash landings are a bit less scary with 4x spare rotors included.

At $34.99, the SKEYE Nano Drone measures just 1.57 x 1.57 inches for easy transport and tight maneuvering indoors or around tight corners. Ridiculously fun flying is entry-level easy.

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