Meet the Skeye Nano Drone, a Tiny Quadcopter that Will Sit on Your Thumb

It measures 4.0 x 4.0 centimeter (1.57 x 1.57 inch), which means it’s so small it can actually sit on you thumb. That’s not stopping it from flying on precision controlled exercises, while remaining completely stable indoors or even outside on during calm weather.
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It’s racing for the world’s smallest quadcopter and was designed by a company based in the Netherlands that claims to make products that combine style and functionality, suited for everyday life. Turning cycles, figure of eights, banking turns are simple to achieve as the drone offers three flight modes.

Beginners is designed for those aiming to become proficient at flight basics, Advanced is meant for those who know their ways in piloting a craft and then there's the leading level, the Expert Modus. Bright, built-in LEDs make it easy to see even in low-light conditions, while high trust, low weight and its incredibly responsive controls allow the user to perform amazing maneuvers with just a flick of the sticks. Powered by a 3.7V 100mAh LiPo battery, the nano drone charges via an USB cord and comes with 4 spare rotor blades.

You’ll need two AAA batteries and $60 to get one, which is probably not that much if you think about it. The Flight time is about 7 to 8 minutes, while a complete charging will last half an hour. Features such as throw to fly, aerobatic “Flip” Capability and Stable & easy to Fly are also included.

However, there’s no telling if the little drone is capable of supporting any sort of camera “on board”, thus the quadporter is rather a toy than a filming device. Still a fun thing to own, we’d say.

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