This is a rather tasteless cosmetic knockoff of the much more expensive (and much more capable) DJI Mavic, by the looks of it. I’m sure it flies well for the price, but I cannot speak for the quality of the camera, other than that these cheaper drones often shoot mediocre video footage.
It looks like a cheap clone of the cheap clone of a Mavic Mini I bought earlier this year from China. It was a good trainer before I spent real money and got the actual Mini. It was worth the money to learn how to fly FPV and not so scary when I crashed.
@Glucose Not true - the standard Mavic Mini packages is $359 right now, and Costco has a package with some extras for $389. And the new DJI Mini 2 is $459 - only the Fly More package is over $500 at $599.
@Kidsandliz@shahnm yeah, you can take a real helicopter to the north pole and fly your drone after landing. LOL! BTW, I think Santa’s at the south pole for the winter. Labor is cheaper in the south too to make toys.
I received the drone today and the box says that 3.7 volt batteries are included, however there were none in the box. I see I need 3 AA batteries for the controller, which is fine. I will need the 3.7 volt batteries to use the drone, otherwise it is a piece of useless junk.