The nano comes with a remote and the drone itself sits inside of the controller. It was hard at first to get the drone to take off, it kept wanting to spin in circles and for someone as experienced as my son, this seemed to be a bit of a drone issue, not an operator issue. He reset the drone a couple of times and finally got it to take off.
The drone appears to be well made and can take a bit of a crash landing which was quite impressive for the size. The controller knobs did come off easily so be mindful of this when using the controller. Other than that, it worked like a charm and was user friendly.
Nano drones are great for beginners, those wanting to learn how to fly quads and drones, it gives them a feel for how to use a controller and how to start learning how to do tricks and spins.
I want to point out that this also has front and rear lights to indicate which is the front and which is the rear to make it easy for take off.
This takes about 20 minutes to charge once it sits in the cradle/remote and requires 2 triple A batteries that did not come with it.
Here is a direct link to the product: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01ID70PG0/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I did receive this as a promo sample to test and share my unbiased and fair opinion. All opinions are my own whether positive or negative and are not influenced by this promotion. Other experiences may vary.
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