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Anet A2 (In-Depth Review)

The Anet A2 is Anet’s latest and its first DIY 3D printer kit to feature an aluminum frame. It also features a single Z axis motor, a print volume of 220 x 220 x 200mm and a Bowden extruder setup. All this for a highly attractive price of just below $220.

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Tianqu XS809W (In-Depth Review)

What do you do if you think the DJI Mavic Pro looks cool but aren’t willing to part with $1000 for one? Well, you get a toy version of it, of course. The Tianqu XS809W is one such toy quadcopter that’s clearly inspired by the Mavic Pro.

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DHD D3 (In-Depth Review)

When it comes to buying toy drones for kids, parents sometimes worry about the safety risks they pose. Fast-spinning propellers and children are not a good match but that’s not the case with the DHD D3. It features fully enclosed props and is safe enough to be flown by children or anywhere near them.

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Anet A6 (In-Depth Review)

The Anet A6 is a Prusa i3 clone and is essentially an update to the popular A8 that was released earlier last year. In fact, both the A6 and A8 are very similar to one another with only a few differences setting them apart.

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RunCam 3 (In-Depth Review)

When it comes to features and performance, GoPro may rule the roost in the compact action camera market so what do you do when you need Session-like features at just $100? Get a RunCam 3, of course. Costing only a third of its GoPro equivalent, the RunCam 3 delivers plenty of value for those seeking a bargain deal.

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Eachine E55 (In-Depth Review)

The Eachine E55 is one of the latest foldable toy drones in the market today and is available for less than $50. It is also sold as the rebranded FQ777 FQ17W and is featured in our 7 Best Foldable Toy Drones shopping guide.

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Turnigy 9XR Pro (In-Depth Review)

The Turnigy X9R Pro is the updated version of the earlier X9R and offers an affordable alternative to more expensive transmitters with pro grade features such as the Taranis X9D Plus. Despite its reasonable price tag, the Turnigy has pro ambitions as suggested by its name.

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SKYRC iMAX B6 (In-Depth Review)

The SKYRC iMAX B6 is a compact entry-level balance charger that doesn’t skimp on reliability and performance. Costing between $30 to $40, it offers plenty of value for those seeking a good balance charger that won’t burn a hole in their wallet.

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UDI U818A HD (In-Depth Review)

The U818A may have been around for some time but it still packs a good punch when it comes to value. It does not have the latest features in toy drones such as altitude hold and auto take-off/landing but I believe most people can live with its basic set of features…

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