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I'm looking to get a drone for my best friend for Christmas. He a beginner and I've got of up to £150. I have looked at the Syma drone range but not sure if they are good. What would you s…
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2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
I'm looking to get a drone for my best friend for Christmas.

He a beginner and I've got of up to £150.

I have looked at the Syma drone range but not sure if they are good.

What would you say the best drone is for my budget?
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2m, 3w agoPosted 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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One of the best drones for a beginner is the Syma X5C. It's lightweight , superb flyer both indoors and out . Batteries are cheap and readily available . Theres no GPS etc on these things so you have to fly them manually and that's how you learn .Once you have learnt the basics and can hover , turn and return then you can move up to a more advanced quad . A one with GPS , RTH [return to home ] and more features but of course ..............more money .
Lots of contenders for betters quads , but it depends on how much money you want to spend . Phantoms are popular,I own the Flying 3D's and have 2 XK380's ,they were popular too. Lots of reviews of them too , check the youtube videos especially the ones by Quadcopter101.
#2
There is a deal posted today for a racing drone, looks good, but you will need to be quick, limited offer. I thinks it's on Banggood
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http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/jjpro-fpv-quadcopter-rtf-banggood-118-06-using-code-rc200-2568651
This maybe too advanced but it's good drone.
The Symantec X5c is a good starter, well below your budget, but don't spend your money on a good one to start because a drone will find a tree or wall in no time.


Edited By: Sambat on Dec 07, 2016 19:58

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