Revell Control Multicopter Hexatron review

The first thing you’ll notice about it is its size, it’s a beast of a drone, but don’t let that put you off, it’s actually ideal for beginners as it’s a little more manageable than smaller drones we’ve tried out.

It is however incredibly sensitive to the elements (i.e. wind and rain) and can quickly lose control because it’s so light. It’s also relatively fragile too, so we’d advise ONLY flying this in wind shaded areas or when there is zero wind.

The Hexatron has 6 rotors and is surprisingly quiet. It also has 4 speed settings and a looping function for those brave enough to deploy it!

My 12 year old had a ball with it, and didn’t seem too perturbed by the 6-minute battery life. One thing is for certain, you’ll get a lot of attention down the park, it’s hard to miss!

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