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Lishitoys L6059W (In-Depth Review)

This year we’re seeing quite a number of quirky toy drone designs appearing and the Lishitoys L6059W is one such model. This is one selfie drone that looks like it was inspired by the AeroSystems’ Sprite drone which appeared two years ago.


DLFPV DL-1060 (In-Depth Review)

DLFPV is a new brand specializing in FPV products and its latest drone — the Swift DL-1060 micro FPV racer with brushed motors is one of the most exciting things to hit the FPV scene recently. Why exciting? Because it costs just $100 and is a complete micro 5.8G FPV racer that comes with its own transmitter (remote controller) and FPV monitor or headset.


LS-800D (In-Depth Review)

The LS-800D is an entry-level FPV headset which features diversity antennas and a video recorder. Priced at just $69, this is one headset that offers plenty of value if you consider the kind of features it has. It even comes with a hard case for storage.


GoolRC T32 (In-Depth Review)

The GoolRC T32 is one of the latest foldable toy drones in the market today and sells for less than $60 shipped. Now that’s quite a good price to pay for a toy drone that has Syma X5UW aspirations. In fact, the T32 even has a very similar price with the X5UW.


Arfun Pro 95mm (In-Depth Review)

The Arfun Pro 95mm is one of the fastest, if not the fastest, sub-100mm micro FPV racer currently in the market today. Featuring a BLHeli-S 4-in-1 20A ESC with a maximum current burst of 25A and light overall weight, it’s not surprising why the Pro 95mm has such blistering speed.


Realacc 374 (In-Depth Review)

Micro toy drones have come a long day since two years ago. The Realacc 374 is one of the newer generation of toy drones that offer a lot of fun for so little — at less than $20 shipped. The 374 makes a great novelty toy as much as it is a nice toy drone to practice your flying skills with.


KingKong 95GT (In-Depth Review)

Barely 6 months after the release of the 90GT, KingKong has decided to update one of its most popular brushless micro FPV racers and this time around it’s called the 95GT. So how good is the 95GT compared to its predecessor? Read on to find out more.

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