Every start is tough, and so does the control of the drones. That is why we refer you to a list of easy controling and/or very good drones with no difficulty for beginners.
1. National Geographic Quadcopter Drone
Thanks to auto-orientation as well as easy-to-operate flip buttons, this drone is very easy to operate during the flight. It works great inside as well as outside due to 6-gyro stabilization and flight height limitation. Control range up to 120 meters, with a 10 minute flight with only one charge. This drone can land and fly by pressing only one button. It comes with a nice, colorful manual with a very simple instructions.
2. Syma X8C Venture
Equipped with the latest 6-axis control system and 3D locking, the Syma X8C has the Smart Orientation Control (IOC) and 2 megapixel HD camera. Multicolor lights allow you to enjoy the day and night. Comes with propeller protectors so you can keep them in the event of a fall during the flight. It is resistant to the wind and can be flying in and out for about 7 minutes.
3. Eachine H8 Mini Quadcopter Drone
Lightweight construction with good durability. With a “headless mode” you do not need to adjust the aircraft before taking off. With just one click on the “back” function, the drone will easily find the way home.
4. PowerUp 3.0 Smarthphone Controlled Paper Airplane
The first wireless paper control plane with a range of up to 55m and a design resistant to crashes. A special type of paper makes it easy to fold and fly. It contains a micro USB charging cable and a spare propeller as well as a spare rudder. Dron also has Bluetooth smart technology that enables control over the smartphone. Playing with this paper plane can also be educational, as the PowerUp 3.0 origami contains all the components of the STEAM. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics).
5. UFO 3000 LED Drone
Designed with glittering LED lights so you can fly at night in the dark. 3D acrobatics are possible, allowing you to “burn” the sky with incredible figures and 360 degree turns with just one click. Great for beginners due to slow/fast mode and very good visibility of the drone. Batteries last for 7 to 9 minutes per charge, and the battery pack contains a spare battery.
6. Cheerwing CHEER X1
With its fun biometric design, you can lightly turn 360 degrees rotation. “Headless mode” allows you to fly this quadcopter ignoring the direction of the flight. It can withstand even the 4th degree wind (26km h). With 4 engines, the flight will be quite peaceful and stable.
7. Sky Viper s1700 Stunt Drone
The entire 2016 line The Sky Viper drone has been upgraded with the first generation ViperFlight firmware and one touch for auto launch, landing, hovering and digital flight control, both up and down. With a very solid, yet light body, you can easily fly and perform acrobatics on one touch. Also, there is a newer version of the drone that has stronger engines and higher battery capacity.
8. Holy Stone HS170 Predator
It has good perfomance in the wind, with a range of 30 to 50 meters. With this drone you do not need an FAA (license to fly) license and registration because the drone is too light. Perfect for stunts due to its 6-Axis Gyro system. Includes beautiful colorful LEDs for easy visibility at night.
9. Hubsan X4
Do you need experience before buying DJI PHANTOM 3, DJI MAVIC or DJI Inspire 2? The Hubsan X4 is very lightweight, easy to operate and very similar and comparable to other larger drones. It has the latest 6-axis flight control system with adjustable gyro sensitivity. Most importantly, this drone is very easy to fly both for beginners and for experts. You can also charge it easily via a computer/laptop USB socket.
10. UDI U845 WiFi FPV
The U845 features a HD WiFi camera that allows you to see what the drone is at the same time by connecting to iOS or Android via real-time video programs. The individual battery lasts up to 9 minutes per flight. The “Gravity Induction” mode allows you to fly forward, backwards, left or right depending on how and at which angle you hold your phone.