SKEYE Nano Drone : The worlds smallest drone which fits on your fingertips, Priced $60 (Rs.3700.00)
Drones and Internet of Things are two sectors of technology which are just taking off with many new advances coming to us every day. Drones are now a days used in pretty much every thing from delivering pizzas to taking selfies, these small unmanned aerial vehicles are slowly taking over the world by storm. They vary in shape, sizes, and features. But have you seen one which can fit on your fingertips?
Skeye has come up with a NANO drone of just the size which can easily fit into your pocket. With dimensions measuring less than 2-inches at 1.57″ x 1.57″ x 0.87″, the Skeye Nano Drone is the world’s smallest precision-controlled quadcopter which is perfect for airborne stunts like figure 8s, banking turns, flips, etc, both indoors and out.
Skeye is listed on StackSocial and weighs just 11.9 grams and has responsive controls which give it good stability and maneuverability. It comes with a 100mAh battery that takes about 30 minutes to charge and offers a standard flight time of 7-8 minutes.
It comes with a RTF (ready to fly) technology; has 6-axis flight control system w/ adjustable gyro sensitivity; is extremely portable and can be operated in three distinct flight modes- beginner, advanced pilots, and seasoned flight veterans. It also has an aerobatic ‘flip’ capability and LED lights for night flights.
Sneak peek at Skeye nano drone specifications :
- RTF (ready to fly) technology
- 6-axis flight control system w/ adjustable gyro sensitivity
- Extreme portability
- 3 distinct flight modes: beginner, advanced pilots, and seasoned flight veterans
- Stable & easy to fly
- Aerobatic “flip” capability
- LED lights for night flights
The Skeye Nano Drone is listed at $60 but is currently selling at a promo price of $34.99 (Rs.2200.00). so you can order Skeye nano drone from here US Citizens). The company offers free shipping to anywhere in the world. To order for a international location including India kindly visit here.
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