The SKEYE Nano Drone Is So Small If You Hiccup, You Might Swallow It

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Source: TRNDLabs

 
 
 
 

We have reviewed tiny drones and quadcopters before, but this is ridiculous. The SKEYE Nano Drone is 1.57 inches long by 1.57 inches wide. No, we did not put the decimal point in the wrong place, this Nano Drone is really that small.

 
 
 
 

Oh, Did We Mention It Shoots Video And Does Flips

 
 
 
 

What makes the tiny size of this drone from TRNDLabs so impressive is the fact that they still managed to fit a plethora of features into this drone. You have a camera that can take still photos and video (640 x 480), a micro SD card, gyro stabilization, the ability to do 360 degree flips and the list goes on and on.

 
 
 
 

Please watch our full video review of the SKEYE Nano Drone with Camera –

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We Are Getting Closer to Making Fantastic Voyage A Reality

 
 
 
 

The 1966 science fiction film had a crew shrink down in a submarine and journey inside the human body, I guess they didn’t know about drones in 1966. While I don’t actually see us flying drones inside out body anytime too soon, it is pretty incredible what is now possible with a consumer level drone that sells for under $70.

 
 
 
 

Here are some key specs:

 
 
    • SD Camera
 
 
    • Throw To Fly
 
 
    • RTF (Ready to Fly) Technology
 
 
    • 6-Axis Flight Control System w/ Adjustable Gyro Sensitivity
 
 
    • Stable & Easy to Fly
 
 
    • Aerobatic “Flip” Capability
 
 
    • LED Lights for Night Flights
 
 
    • 3-Level Adjustable Controller Sensitivity: Beginner, Mid-Level, Expert
 
 
    • Frequency: 2.4GHz
 
 
    • Channels: 4
 
 
    • Battery: 3.7V 120mAh
 
 
    • Flight time: ~3-4 minutes
 
 
    • Charging time: 30 minutes
 
 
 
 
 

More Information:

 
 

Visit TRNDLabs To Read More About the SKEYE Nano Drone ($69)

 
 

Video Playlist of the Best Consumer Drones

 
 

Visit The Dad Does YouTube Channel to Watch More Reviews and check out the Dad Does Blog.

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