HR iCAMERA4 H4 Drone Review

When you are ordering the HR iCAMERA4 H4 drone, you will find that it comes in two versions. The first one comes with brushless motors. The second version has coreless brushed motors.

The one with the brushless motors will cost you more money than the one with the coreless motors.

Most people ask: Which is better: a coreless motor or brushless motor drone?

Well, brushless motors are definitely better since they do not have brushes or commutators. As a result, such motors can last longer, give a more powerful performance, and they do not overheat.

The coreless motors are brushed. Thus, they might overheat when you fly the drone for too long.

You will also choose whether you want to buy the drone with one, two or three batteries. Of course, the package with two or three batteries will cost more money. But it is worth it because you will get a longer flight time.

JJRC X19 Drone Review

Some of the perks that you get with the JJRC X19 drone include 5G WiFi connectivity, dual camera (4K HD), remote controller with small screen panel in the middle and other features. Later on, we shall look at its main features in detail.

The price is not too bad. Besides, you also get to choose the package with one, two or three batteries. For longer flight time and more fun in the air, we recommend that you get the two or three-battery package. It will cost you slightly more, but it will be money well spent.

This drone comes in RTF (ready to fly) packaging. Thus, no assemblage is needed. You can fly it right out of the box, of course, after calibrating it. You can refer to the user manual to see how to calibrate it for flight.

Is there any downside to worry about? Not really. This is a well thought out product. The only catch is that if you don’t like it, you have to send photos and videos first to show that the product is undamaged. You also have to pay for the shipping back as well as the original shipping cost.


EMAX Tiny Hawk II 2 RTF Kit FPV Racing Drone Review

Racing drones are usually expensive. However, the EMAX Tiny Hawk II 2 RTF Kit FPV Racing Drone is quite affordable. It gives you a good option to get started on drone racing hobby without spending too much money.

This is not the first micro-racing drone that you can get from this brand. Some time back, we looked at the Tiny Hawk 2.5 micro-racing drone. In addition to the Tiny Hawk series that is mainly for racing, other popular drone series from Emax-USA include BabyHawk and NanoHawk. Thus, they are the one-stop center for affordable racing drones.

Racing drones, especially the affordable ones such as this one, are very popular. However, they also have their downsides. For instance, some owners complain that it is hard to tell when the drone’s remote controller is on or off. Others say that the drone becomes too hard to trim in beta flight mode.

Mostly, these small problems are not really deal breakers. And now that you are aware of these issues, you can take better care of your Tiny Hawk II 2 RTF racing drone.

EMAX Tiny Hawk II 2

NiGHT LiONS TECH B193 Max Review

Drones that come with obstacle avoidance cameras or sensors are usually too expensive. However, the NiGHT LiONS TECH B193 Max seems to veer from the expensive to the more affordable path.

The manufacturer says that the obstacle avoidance camera can detect obstacles as far as 20 meters away to avoid collisions. In this review article, we will find out whether that is true. We will also find out the other features that the quadcopter comes with.

When you buy a drone, you want it to have as many features as possible. However, the main ones include a good camera, a long lasting flight time and the design and build quality.

Thus, in the upcoming section, we shall look at all these. We shall also see the pros and cons of this quadcopter.

Before you buy the B193 Max, you need to be aware of something. Many users say that when the battery runs low, the drone starts to disobey commands. Thus, it is better to bring it home before the battery gets too low.

Holy Stone HS700E Review

The Holy Stone HS700E drone comes with a good number of features and flight modes for this price bracket. Thus, if you need an adult GPS drone with long distance flight range and incredible flight time, you might want the HS700E.

Like all the other Holy Stone drones that we have reviewed here, you will appreciate the workmanship that has gone into this quadcopter. Everything, from the nicely padded storage/transport case to the click-in-place propellers shows how much this drone maker cares about quality.

Are there any downsides to look forward to? Well, first, some people complain that the drone is overpriced. Actually, Holy Stone drones cost more than most of their counterparts in the market. However, if the features justify the price, it is not too high.

Another thing that you might be wary of is that the propellers slide into place but the drone does not come with propeller guards. Thus, they can easily slide off (as some people have complained) and if you crash it, the propellers are unguarded, so they can sustain damage.

It is not all bad though, as you will see in the upcoming sections of this review.

Holy Stone HS700E