Drones: What to consider when buying

What to consider when buying drones

Drones can get you into trouble if you are not careful. Not Every Drone is Easy to Fly so you need to know how much skill you have before buying one. The first thing you want to do is finding out if that drone type is allowed in your country. In most cases you need a licence to operate your drone. You can get this information at your local aviation authority.


If you have a small budget but badly want to enter the world of drones we recommend the;



This drone is perfect for taking selfies with your loved ones & it is the reason why most of our clients think they should get rid of their selfie sticks. Its small size allows you to carry it in your pocket just like your smartphone. The JJRC has got inbuilt WiFi functionality so that you can control it from your smartphone. I recall when one went out of range & got lost into the bushes. It was the WiFi functionality that helped us in tracking it, otherwise we would have lost the drone completely. Don’t let the price point fool you, you can actually get good footage from the drone. It has video resolution: 720P. Though we wish the manufacturer could work on improving the flight time which is currently at 7-8 mins. Just to be safe, fly this drone within your 30 meter radius.


Mavic Pro

If you have had an experience with a drone before, want to take your skill to the next level & money isn’t a problem for you. Why not go for the Mavic-pro. Its our best drone so far & also happens to be the most expensive in our inventory. This drone can fly for about 27 minutes when fully charged. The Mavic-pro has an excellent camera with about 12MP. If you are serious about your photography you need to get one. The Mavic-Pro hovers accurately both indoors and outdoors thanks to its marvelous 3D vision positioning and GPS / GLONASS.

Click the corresponding  images to get all the specifications of these drones. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to use use the comments section below.  


  • Type
  • Cost
  • Laws
  • Size/Weight
  • Battery life
  • Mobile app compatibility
  • Control range
  • Camera
  • Durability
  • Flight time
  • Controller

I hope this guideline will assist you in properly choosing which drone to purchase. We also have other drones & they are also good.

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