Whether you’re looking for quadrocopters, helicopters, drones or racecars – Everything you can control with a remote control will end up here, ranging from DJI to Xiaomi, to JJRC & Cheerson.
A new giant in the CaDA model range. It has 1696 parts and is therefore one of the biggest models of CaDA. You can also drive it around by remote control. It also has LED upgrades that its predecessors do not have.
The Hubsan Zino 2 looks almost exactly the same as the previous version, but offers some upgrades like a 4K/60fps camera, a longer flight time and a new remote control.
The DJI Mavic Mini is the smallest drone from industry leader DJI to date. Yes, even smaller than the popular DJI Spark. This could finally be replaced with the new drone.
With the JJRC X12 Aurora, JJRC again tries to attack the competitive segment of low- to mid-priced camera drones. Sure, every manufacturer wants a “Spark- or Mavic-Killer” – does the cheap X12 have what it takes?
The Mini Drone Furibee F36 is very practical for beginners and indoor pilots. The low price, low weight and robustness make it ideal for the first flight attempts. The mini drone Eachine E010 and the JJRC H36 are almost identical small drones.
Almost 2000 individual parts and with the enclosed set of motors and remote control also “remote” controllable. The CaDA C61006 off-road truck should keep you busy for hours.
The FIMI A3 offers a similar setup on paper as the DJI Spark, but at a price of less than $300. Reason enough to have a look at the drone.
Xiaomi adds another model to its building block series, which appears under the Mitu toy brand. It is a truck consisting of over 1,500 parts, which is also motorized again and can be remote controlled.
The FIMI X8 SE is the actual successor of the Xiaomi Mi drone. The features and the price/performance ratio have also read really well so far. Is this the best DJI alternative yet from China?
In search of a good 4K video drone we also stumbled across the ZLRC Beast. The data sheet sounds promising for significantly less than $200, but is the drone also convincing in practice? We have flown a test flight.
This CaDA sports car, a replica of a Porsche 919, consists of almost 1,600 individual parts. Optionally, it can even be retrofitted with an engine and remote control. We have taken up the challenge and set about the several hours of construction.
You’re never too old for these sets, are you? From the manufacturer CaDA comes this kit of 1498 parts, which can even be remote controlled and can be built in two different ways: the CaDA battle tank.
This robot is going to kill you… with CUTENESS! A bit strange, but also a bit cute is this motorized RC Bunny. Just have a look at his little carrot. Aaaaawwww!
With 35 km/h through the terrain? The Q39 Highlander is made for that. The remote controlled truck comes from JJRC, who have been known to us for a long time through countless other RC cars and drones.
The Zino is probably the most eagerly awaited drone from Hubsan this year. Stable 4K videos at the usual low price also sound really tempting. Will the drone be the next big shot for Hubsan?
Is faster automatically better? The FeiLun FT011 can do a full 55 km/h on the water and would be almost too fast to even keep an eye on it. If you are intoxicated by speed, you will still get wet eyes here.
At first glance, the Visuo XS816 is another budget drone in the Mavic design. A special feature, however, is the second camera, which is located under the drone. In addition to the front camera, it is also possible to film vertically downwards during the flight.