Meet the SKEYE Nano Drone, the world’s smallest quadcopter measuring just 4.0 x 4.0 centimer (or 1.57 x 1.57 inch)! An incredible quadcopter, so small it can easily sit on your thumb and fly on precision controlled exercises into the narrowest of nooks! The stylish design looks and performs amazing in flight. Turning cycles, figure of eights, banking turns are simple to achieve. Super stable indoors or even outside on a calm day.

The drone offers three flight modes: Beginners, for those aiming to become proficient at flight basics, Advanced, for those experienced in piloting a craft and an Expert modus. Bright, built-in LEDs make it easy to see the SKEYE Nano Drone in low-light conditions.

Exciting Aerobatics
High thrust, low weight, and incredibly responsive controls allow you to perform amazing maneuvers with just a flick of the sticks. The SKEYE Nano Drone aggressively snaps into forward and backward flips and barrel rolls with lightning speed. It can even make banked turns!

Six-Axis Stabilization
Sophisticated circuitry, piezoelectric gyros, and accelerometers give the SKEYE Nano Drone outstanding stability. Each time you power-on the drone, its smart software calibrates the model for stable flight. Take your hands off the sticks, and it returns to a solid and steady hover. You can even throw it in the air while throttling up and it will automatically stabilize!

A 3.7V 100mAh LiPo battery, USB charge cord and 4 spare rotor blades are also included in the ready-to-fly package. All you need to add are two “AAA” batteries!

33 COMMENTS

  1. I'm sorry i have 2 questions, 1:do i need to buy the spare propellers online or are there hops that sell them ?
    2.How do you rotate the drone while mid air ?

  2. Tempted to get one but the colour scheme on that controller is really putting me off. Will you guys be selling them in any other colours like black?

  3. You people keep coming up with this irresistible *%$#. Of course I have to have it. Like… Ham Radios, Scanners, Multi Tools, Cell phone jammers, LED flashlights, etc.. Gadgets and toys make life good!

  4. Fun Quad, i like it 🙂

    I'm thinking of making an app to control it, so it would be even more portable and was wondering if you have some advice on how to hand the handshake etc you use from the controller to the quad ?

  5. How many model aircraft, (a drone is a weaponized aircraft used by the military),  were hurt in the making of this video?

    The moment it touches anything, at the very least, a propeller needs to be replaced.

  6. I just got mine two days ago.  It's pretty durable, but unfortunately I hit the ceiling and one of the little motors is sticking.  I would try and take it apart, but it is so small that I'm afraid I will break it even more.  It was fun while it lasted 🙁  I waited awhile for it to come in, and now I have nothing.  I would suggested taking your time and not getting too throttle happy.  I would also suggest flying it on a large flat surface and only getting at most 2" of air to get use to the controls.  I wish there were videos on how to fix them.  Good Luck Flying!  

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