Force RC Yak 130
You can have this 34.6-inch-span hot-rod ready to fly in less
than an hour! The plug-and-play EPO jet comes with its 70mm
ducted fan and nine servos installed, and includes retracts and
cockpit figures installed under the clear canopy. The Yak 130 is
available in red or gray, and costs $199.99.
HobbyZone Rezo Ultra Small
Quad with Camera
With a built-in camera that can record video and
take still photos and with features like altitude
hold and automatic takeoff and landing, this mini
quad is a steal at $39.99. The 1.8-inch-long Rezo
comes ready to fly in blue, orange, red, or yellow
and can even do flips at the push of a button.
This compact, folding drone can stay in the air for up to 20 minutes and
features a detachable gimbal stabilizer. Karma includes a game-style
controller with a flip-up touchscreen, providing complete control over the
HERO5 Black as well as the ability to view a live camera feed. The pilot
can buddy up with a friend by using the GoPro Passenger app; one person
can pilot the Karma with the controller, while a second uses the app to
monitor the camera. The Karma costs $799.00 by itself and $1,099.00
with a camera.
Blade 200 S
Learn how to fly with this fixed-pitch, flybarless helicopter! Available
in Bind-N-Fly ($229.99) and ready-to-fly ($269.99) versions, the
200 S comes with SAFE technology, so you can progress from
beginner to intermediate and experienced flight modes. The 200 S
also features metal-gear cyclic servos, 25-amp speed control, and
brushless main and tail motors, and uses a
3S 800mAh flight pack.