The upper crust of the drone scene is replete with pricey UAVs, capable of covering enormous distances over the course of their considerable flight time on a fully charged battery. The drones produced by JJRC are not quite this, but they are also roughly a tenth of the price of these drones — and the quality trade-off for such a discount is perhaps less significant than one might think. With their H20, JJRC proves that this ethos of providing value extends even to their approach to micro-drone production.
A nano hexacopter, the H20 likely fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. One of the biggest difficulties experienced in flying one of these tiny toys is actually controlling it, as their small size makes them difficult to stop, susceptible to drift, and liable to be carried away by a strong breeze. The H20 partially counters this by offering three speeds, controlled by altering the aircraft's yaw and pitch. At just under $20 at the time of writing (inexpensive even by nano drone standards), the combination of price plus operational variability make the H20 an ideal toy to learn the ropes of drone flight with — or if you already know what you're doing, a cheap way to have a lot of fun.
Super stable, very easy to fly, and you just can't beat the price ... Great fun for beginners and experienced pilots alike.
It doesn't work. Charged it all up and it does nothing.
Great product! Wonderful flying!
Hexacopter, it is very cheap. I bought it for my son. He loves it a lot. Thank you!
Fun to fly but only lasted about 2 weeks until one of the motors stopped working.
It's easy to use, lightweight, inexpensive, quite stable, nice and arrived in perfect condition. It also has a protection for their propellers...
Worked for 3 days then broke. Don't buy!
This little wonder is really amazing. Super stable, yet super fast in the fastest mode ... Perfect characteristic, much better than Hubsan... Recommended!
This is the best nano copter out there. It has a decent battery life and can pull off barrel roles without losing altitude ... Buy it! So much fun!
In general, I like how the H20 is flying more stable and faster than the MJX X900 IMHO. Flying a nanohexa is ever harder than quads because you are loosing orientation...