Most children (and adults) want to own a drone
There are many drones to choose from – have a browse – make sure you also equip yourself with the right accessories for your precious drone!
You want to get the most out of your flying drone, so it’s best to get quality batteries and chargers, and not go for really cheap options. Cheap options will just spoil your fun as they will quickly break, or the battery will die after only a couple of minutes.
Your child will be playing with their drone for hobby purposes. Think about which features and option you’d like it to have. Would you like to have your drone to take pictures and shoot videos? You can get some really great ones with high quality built-in cameras.
Get a drone that is ‘ready to fly’ – that means it already comes complete with everything you need to fly it right away. You’ll just need to probably attach the propellers and put in the batteries.
Some features to decide on:
Bluetooth or WiFi
GPS home function, and GPS navigation
Streaming videos back to a computer, smartphone or tablet
Power – check the battery life and the propeller speed as all of this will impact the flight time. Cheaper drones will only last minutes in the air, while paying a higher price should get you a drone that could last up to an hour in the air.
Once you have your drone, take your child out to a nice open space and don’t get too carried away. Be sensible.
You should not venture within 5 miles of an airport.
Don’t try to fly over any happenings involving the police, fireman, fights, etc.
It is not permitted to fly over any government premises.
Flying over 400 ft from the ground is not advisable.
It is not permitted to fly over private property.
People don’t like drones flying over their heads, keep your drone away from people – and animals.
And – don’t go where there are lots of trees!
Drones are for everyone
Be sure to choose a GOOD QUALITY drone on Amazon…
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