TRNDlabs Announces the SKEYE Mini Drone with HD Camera

TRNDlabs has announced it’s new SKEYE Mini Drone with HD Camera is now on sale! It’s a nicely designed mini drone with built-in LED lights for night flying. It packs a 2 megapixel HD camera to capture in-flight video and the driver can easily perform trick maneuvers like flips. The SKEYE Mini Drone is on-sale now for $99.

TRNDlabs Announces the SKEYE Mini Drone with HD Camera

The SKEYE has four coreless motors for superbly stable flight, indoors or outside on a calm day.  You’ll probably want to make sure it’s not too windy out if you’re planning on venturing outdoors with this little guy.  There are two flight modes: beginner, for plain flying and getting used to the handling, and advanced, for those who already know how to fly and want to execute exciting flips and figure eights.

The SKEYE even includes a 2GB microSD card so there’s no need to go shopping before taking your new drone out for a flight.  All you’ll need to do is charge the battery for around 30-40 minutes and you’re good for about 7-8 minutes of flying time.  Yes, it sounds short, but that’s about the average for these mini drones, as the batteries they carry are mighty small.

The retail package will come with the SKEYE itself, the 2.4 GHz transmitter, a USB charging cable, the 3.7V 250 mAh battery, a rotor protection guard, a screwdriver, the 2GB microSD card, a USB microSD reader, and 4 spare rotors.

You can order yours today at TRNDlabs online store.

And be sure to stay tuned to Gear Diary, where we expect a review unit in the near future!


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