3 New RC Toys at LightInTheBox

LightInTheBox has some interesting RC toys up for grabs. This includes the highly popular Visuo XS809W which is a Mavic Pro look-alike drone with a 2MP WiFi FPV camera. The other two products are the WLToys V950 RC helicopter and dual-mode WLToys Q919-B quadcopter.

The Visuo XS809W is currently a top-selling toy drone thanks to its DJI-inspired appearance. The Mavic Pro looks good and has class-leading features and technology for a consumer drone but not everyone can afford its hefty price tag. For those who admire the Mavic Pro purely for its looks but aren’t willing to splash some serious money on it, there is the XS809W which not only looks very similar to the Mavic Pro but is almost similar in size. And it only costs $40! It also has a transmitter (remote controller) that is just as pleasing to look at as the drone itself.

LightInTheBox is currently selling the latest version of the XS809W which features an upgraded wide angle 2MP / HD 720P WiFi FPV camera. The earlier version of the XS809W features a 0.3MP camera with a narrow field of view. Click here for more details on the XS809W.

Next in the list is the WLToys V950 which is an advanced RC helicopter with 3D / 6G flight capabilities. For the uninitiated, 3D RC helicopters are capable of inverted flight and other complicated aerial maneuvers. With that said, the V950 is well suited for advanced heli pilots who want an affordable RC heli capable of stunt flying.

Priced at just $120, the V950 certainly offers plenty of thrills at an affordable price. Click here for more details on the V950.

The third item in this list is a very interesting dual-mode quadcopter that has the appearance of a tank with propellers — WLToys Q919-B.  Although there are a number of other dual-mode quadcopters in the market today, the Q191-B probably has the most peculiar design. It features rubber belts that function like the tracks on a tank and can tackle all kinds of terrain, including steep, rocky climbs. It also comes with a 2MP WiFi FPV camera which is pretty decent for a toy drone that costs just $80.

Without doubt the Q919-B makes a good gift for kids or adults who are into RC. Click here for more details on the Q919-B.



Adrin Sham

Adrin Sham is a designer and photographer turned drone enthusiast. Since buying a drone for aerial photography some years ago, he has since developed a passion for UAVs and all things related.

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