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Skeye Pico Drone

Skeye Pico Drone is the world´s smallest drone! it fits in the palm of your hand, in fact, you can store it within the remote control, making it pocket size, so you´ll have fun anywhere you want, because of its portability. You get all the features of its older brothers, like the six axis flight control and RTF (ready-to-fly) technology. You also get LED lights to fly it by night, and get a cool firefly effect, and a 3 level adjustable sensitivity for the remote. With a full 30 minute charge you get up to 7-8 minutes of flight time. Small to carry but providing great fun, the drone zone goes mini with Skeye Pico Drone. watch the cool video below



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