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

Teeggi M71 Drone Review

Because the Teeggi M71 drone is so easy to control, it is good for kids of the manufacturer-recommended age as well as adult beginners.

Another thing that makes this drone fit for beginners is that the flight range is just shy of 200 feet. Therefore, this quadcopter will never fly out of your sight.

The price of this quadcopter is affordable. If you are looking for a perfect gift for your teenage son or daughter to introduce them to the drone hobby, this will not dent your wallet.

But … low price alone is not enough to make you buy a hobby drone. You want to see its features and flight modes. We will look at those later.

This drone also has some downsides. For instance, some people complain that they cannot find the app for this aircraft.

Checking the Google Play Store, it is hard to find out the app for this quad because a search for the same does not yield any results. Thus, you might have to contact the manufacturer to find out how you can download the app.

Teeggi M71

Tomzon A31 Mini Drone Review

Things like three-speed mode, minimal weight and many automatic flight modes make the Tomzon A31 Mini a good choice for kids.

If you are looking for a perfect gift that won’t dent your wallet, you might want this one. It is a good idea to get your child started on the drone hobby.

The only downside we might mention with the A31 mini quadcopter for kids is that blades seem to break so easily. Many owners of this quadcopter also complain that it is hard to find replacement blades.

This is a very lightweight drone. Even the smallest wind velocity is going to make it hard to trim. We advise that you fly it on a calm day in a large open space or fly it indoors.

Apart from that little anomaly, we find this mini drone a good fit for children and beginners. Keep reading to see its features and functions.
Tomzon A31

ZLL SG108 PRO Drone Review

If you are looking for an affordable drone with many features and flight functions, you might want to try the ZLL SG108 PRO YAN drone. It comes in a striking orange or black color and the camera takes decent photo and video footage.

Looking at the details, you will be impressed. First, it has an SD card slot so you need not store video and photo footage in your smartphone or tablet. Secondly, it comes in a nice, folding design. Being a GPS-enabled drone, it will find its way home if the signal fails.

As usual, there are some downsides, which are not deal breakers. For instance, the SG108 PRO is so lightweight. Therefore, in the wind, it can be hard to trim. It is advisable to fly it when there is no wind.

We shall be looking at these features and automatic flight modes packed into this quadcopter in the upcoming section.
ZLL SG108 PRO

DJI Air 2S Review

The DJI Mavic Air 2S is a small quadcopter that comes with higher specs and features than its predecessor the Mavic Air 2.

The camera is better, and so is the handling. You can refer to our earlier review of the DJI Mavic Air 2. One of the most notable differences is in the camera.

For instance, where the Air can take 4K videos at 30FPS, the Air 2S can take 5.4K videos at 30 FPS. It also comes with a bigger 1-inch CMOS sensor for better still photos. The camera takes stills at 20MP whereas the Air has a 12MP lens.

This is a proper upgrade and as usual, upgrades mean more money. Therefore, the high price of the Air 2S might be a downside to some people. Of course, at such a price, you really don’t want to buy this one as your starter drone.

Also, at this time, this drone is not compatible with any DJI VR goggles. Other limitations include lack of automatic transfer of footage from drone storage to your phone storage.
DJI Air 2S Image