Holy Stone F181 Quadcopter Drone Review

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A fun drone with all the trimmings. By Bill Trevaskis

The F181 drone by Holy Stone toy company is a small and versatile entry-level quadcopter that’s great for beginners and priced accordingly at around $110 (See it on Amazon). Despite its lowish price it is actually a well-rounded package that includes a few extras not normally seen at this price point (more on that below). It also has enough advanced features to allow it to appeal to both novice and advanced users, giving it a distinct advantage over other drones at this price range. Let’s take a closer look:

Design and Features

What’s in the box?

F181 drone with 6 axis gyroscope stabilization. 2MP (1280 x 720), 720p; still/video camera. 4GB micro SD card and USB reader. Prop guards and landing gear (not installed). 3.7v 750mA battery installed under the camera. 2.4Ghz remote control with two control sticks and LCD info screen; it runs on 4 AA batteries (not included). Complete set of extra propellers. Small Phillips screwdriver for installing prop guards and landing gear Extra (yes, extra!) 3.7v 750mA battery. Two (2) USB charging cables. Extra set of screws and gears for motors.

Since the F181