Top 10 Best Mini Drones For Kids in 2020

Kids’ drones are designed to be easy to fly, with simple controls that can be understood in seconds, and have the advantage of being much less expensive than high-end drones intended for adults. They can make great Christmas and birthday gifts. If you’re a mom or dad and reading these lines, you’re probably nervous about handing over the controls of a drone to your child, but fear not, the best drones for kids come with plenty of features. guaranteeing a safe flight. Some drones can be used safely indoors and outdoors, while others should be used exclusively outdoors. In this guide, we’re going to introduce you to what the best kid’s drones have to offer in terms of features, flight performance, and safety so that you can make the right choice for your little boy or girl. If you’re looking for a slightly more sophisticated drone, check out our list of the best drones for beginners.

Top 10 Best Mini Drones For Kids in 2020

Best Drones for Kids

Best Drones for Beginners

Snaptain H823H

The Snaptain H823H is a mini drone for children designed to withstand all kinds of mishaps. The drone is tiny and weighs less than 30 grams but its propellers are protected by a sheath and it can thus make 360 ​​° rotations without the slightest risk of breakage. Snaptain H823H Best Mini Drones For Kids in 2020
The controller is as small as the drone and can feel a bit uncomfortable in an adult’s hands since it is a children’s drone. It is powered by three AA batteries (which are not included), and its range is around 30 meters, which doesn’t matter since it is a drone intended for indoor use. The controls are very responsive and the drone has a headless mode, which makes piloting easy to master. The Snaptain H823H comes with additional propellers, 3 batteries with a runtime of 7 minutes each, a screwdriver, a charging cable, and the remote control. All for less than 30 euros.

Atoyx AT-66 mini drone

Do you want to give your child an easy-to-use drone? The innovative design of the Atoyx AT-66 mini drone aims to make it simple to use while being feature-rich, stable in flight and safe for the youngest. Atoyx AT-66 mini drone
You can use 3 different speed modes, depending on whether your child is a beginner or more experienced. The mini drone is set to low speed by default. Thanks to the altitude hold function, the drone can maintain itself in an automatic hover, while by pressing the “return home” button, the Atoyx AT-66 automatically returns to the controller. What’s more, with the “3D” button located on the left of the controller, the drone can roll 360 degrees, a great fun experience. The Atoyx AT-66 comes with 2 batteries that each offer an 8-minute flight time, and the drone is available in four colors: red, blue, white, or black, to suit individual preferences.

Potensic A20

The Potensic A20 is the ideal drone for young children who want to discover the basics of flying a drone for the first time. A real drone for apprentices, it fulfills its mission perfectly and includes all the options one can hope for: propellers carefully protected against possible accidents and other scratches, an emergency stop button if your children fly too closely over the dog, oven or baby, and an alarm that signals the discharge of the battery.
Piloting the mini drone is also very simple: the altitude hold function ensures the stability of the drone – indoors or outdoors in calm weather – while the automatic take-off and landing buttons give children a quick mastery of the basics of piloting a drone.

Snaptain SP300

With the Snaptain SP300, you don’t have to use a traditional remote control, although it does have one as well Snaptain SP300 Instead, you can control its trajectory either by moving your arm (provided you’re wearing the included G-sensor watch) or waving your hands in front of the drone. All enhanced by a “night mode” which makes the drone shine in the dark. The drone is delivered with 2 batteries which each offers 8 minutes of autonomy. The range of the controller culminates at about 50 meters while you have to stay much closer to the drone to use the other two control modes which work thanks to infrared sensors. These same sensors also make it possible to avoid obstacles independently, something extremely rare for a mini drone. The Snaptain SP300 also includes more classic features, in particular, a “3D Flips” mode which allows you to do loops and other aerial acrobatics, a choice of 3 speeds to learn at your own pace, a “headless” mode, and automatic take-off and landing function.

Eachine E58

The Eachine E58 is one of the best-selling drones of all time. It looks a lot like the DJI Mavic, a high-end adult drone, but it’s much smaller and has fewer advanced features. It’s so small that it fits in the palm of your hand, Eachine E58 and is made of sturdy plastic. The drone is also equipped with propeller guards to minimize damage in the event of a collision. The Eachine E58 is equipped with a 2MP 720p camera with FPV technology and offers a flight time of about 7-9 minutes. The camera on the nose of the device can be manually adjusted to 90 °. It won’t win you an aerial photography award, but it does produce good images and quality video footage. The camera also has an FPV connection which means that you can stream live video footage to your cellphone which in my opinion is one of the best features of this drone.
Other features include one-button take-off and landing, 3 speeds to choose from, 3D flips and altitude hold. As for the battery life, it is about 8 minutes (3 batteries are provided). The Eachine E58 is an ideal drone for children and beginner pilots who, in addition to learning to fly a drone, want to learn about aerial photography.

Potensic A30W

If your child is keen on taking pretty aerial photos or filming beautiful video sequences, go for the Potensic A20’s big brother: the Potensic A30W. Its camera, with a video resolution of 720p, is located at the front of the drone Potensic A30W and offers rather stunning shots for a drone marketed at such a price. What’s more, you can also connect the camera to your cellphone to activate FPV mode.
This mini drone weighs only 63 grams and its miniature dimensions allow it to be easily stored in a bag or in the pocket of the pants. However, it is designed to withstand accidents, which is why its propellers are protected by circular reinforcements.
In terms of features, the Potensic A30W drone has a speed mode. It offers children and novices alike a smooth and gradual learning curve. By default, the drone is set to its slowest speed, a good choice for first indoor flights. Once the flight controls are well mastered, your child will be able to increase speed to test their piloting skills. Finally, the Potensic A30W allows you to create a personalized flight itinerary via the “Trajectory” mode. It is also equipped with a function called “gravity sensor” which allows the drone to be directed according to the orientation of the mobile phone (via Wi-Fi connection). More importantly, the drone benefits from several features intended for beginners, like headless mode and altitude hold.

Snaptain A15

The Snaptain A15 is another great model that ranks among the best mini drones for kids or beginners. The drone is foldable and easy to carry. What is more, it is equipped with a 720P HD camera with a Snaptain A15 120 ° wide-angle lens, which captures good quality videos and photos. In terms of functionality, the drone has intelligent voice control, FPV function, and flight path tracking function (the drone follows the route that is drawn on his smartphone). The drone also has several flight modes, several flight speeds, a One Key Return function (automatic return to the pilot), a 3D Flips function and real-time WiFi broadcasts accessible via a phone. As for the gravity sensor mode, it allows the Snaptain A15 to follow the direction in which you point your smartphone.
The drone comes with 2 batteries that last 8 minutes each and is a great choice for a child 8 years or older. The advantage of the Snaptain A15 over the Snaptain S5C is that it has more features than the latter, but its battery life is slightly less and it costs more. As for the quality of the camera, it is very similar on both models.

DJI Ryze Tello

With a weight of only 79 grams, the DJI Ryze Tello is a state-of-the-art compact mini drone. It offers 720p HD DJI Ryze Tellovideo at 30 frames per second, electronic image stabilization and FPV (first-person view) mode. It can also shoot in 5 MP, while its flight time is 13 minutes for a maximum range of 100 meters.
In terms of piloting, the Ryze Tello DJI does not have a controller, so it must be controlled via virtual joysticks on a smartphone application. Fortunately, if your child prefers to have a real controller in their hands, you can get a Tello GameSir controller and connect it to the drone. Overall, this drone is synonymous with adventure, acrobatics and spectacular prowess. In addition to the usual flight modes, the DJI Ryze Tello can loop, take off or land with the hand, and capture 360-degree panoramas. But the drone is also able to hover in hover thanks to its 14-core processor and its integrated sensors.

Snaptain SP600

The Snaptain SP600 is one of the best children’s drones I have had the chance to test. It comes with some amazing features, the best of which is its 720p HD camera which offers 120 ° wide-angle view to capture better pictures and videos. Other cool features include voice and gesture control, smart flight mode, and 2 x 15 minute flight time (2 batteries are included). Snaptain SP600
The camera will allow you to take stunning aerial photos and videos at 720p resolution. The angle of the camera can be manually adjusted with different degrees up or down. The Snaptain SP600 does not come equipped with an advanced image and video stabilization feature, but it does have a 6-axis gyro that helps it maintain a constant altitude and minimizes distortions that can eventually occur. Overall, the quality of the camera is very satisfactory, especially for the price the drone is sold for. In terms of flight performance, the mini-drone is very well designed and proves to be very easy to fly. Although it does not have any GPS system, it allows for comfortable hovering. In addition, the drone benefits from an intelligent flight mode called “trajectory flight”. In this mode, all you have to do is trace a trajectory on the application and the drone automatically takes this route.
The Snaptain SP600 embeds a multitude of other enriching features, among which we can cite the “voice and gesture control” which allows the drone to be piloted only with voice or movements, a “Return home” button which brings you back to the drone where it started, 3-speed modes for all levels, or even a “3D Flips” mode which allows the drone to perform 360 ° loops at the push of a button.
The Snaptain SP600 and Snaptain S5C are very close and difficult to decide. The former enjoys greater battery life and more features while the latter is sold for less and displays a more aggressive look.

Snaptain S5C

If you are looking for a drone for your child that is both easy to use and equipped with the latest features, the Snaptain S5C is definitely the best drone you can find. With its neat appearance and LED lights, this mini drone looks great. It is not only equipped with a 720p HD camera and an FPV (first-person view) mode, but it also offers a gravity sensor that allows you to control the drone by pointing your phone from different angles. Snaptain S5C
Like the Snaptain SP600, this drone’s greatest achievement is its 720p HD camera. The Snaptain S5C is one of the few drones designed for children to come equipped with a premium camera. This gives the possibility of streaming live videos directly to a smartphone. Your child can then edit their photos and videos and send them directly to their social networks or share them with their friends.
When it comes to flight performance, the Snaptain S5C is equipped with various very practical features, in particular a “Wi-Fi signal detection” which warns the pilot in the event of a potential loss of connection, a “headless mode” which facilitates the flight because it does not There is no difference between the head and the tail of the drone, 3 flight speeds to choose from, and an intelligent flight mode called “Trajectory” which allows you to draw a flight route on a smartphone.
The Snaptain S5C is also compatible with FPV headsets and virtual reality headsets for an even more immersive flight experience. The only downside of the drone is its flight autonomy which peaks at around 10 minutes (2 batteries are however included). Apart from this weak point, the Snaptain S5C is undoubtedly among the best drones for children around.

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