B1100 Good Cheap Learn to Fly Drone Flight Test Review

Don't be fooled by its low price. This is an excellent drone to learn to fly, especially if you someday wish to fly racers. Find it here

– Very maneuverable little drone. Perfect to learn the basics of drone flight.
– Available in different colors.
– Available with or without altitude hold (but recommend without altitude hold if you're serious about learning to fly).
– It's cheap! Most can easily afford it. And if you do lose it, meh, get another one.

– Internal battery, can't be changed in the field. But it can be recharged with a power bank.

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Comment (24)

  1. Yep that’s not bad at all. An ideal beginner’s quad whichever way people decide to go later. No frills just fly and enjoy.
    For the record I learnt a lot from your videos and reviews (your orientation videos should be a must see for beginners) when I first swapped to quads and have bought quite a few toys on your recommendations (Quads and planes)
    Which is why I keep watching 🙂

  2. I was about to quite drone.flying ,when altitude.hold came.out,it allows me.to get it into the air ,and.take.my time to.learn the controls ,I can have it hoovering ,then start to stir around to up and down ,with out altitude hold all I did.is crash ,now I can fly the whole.time.and then land ,I am 67 years old ,I want to keep it in the air and just fly around.I not in a hurry ,

  3. Great price, and it reminds me of my Syma X11. First thing I would do is cut off those prop guards to avoid getting hung up in a tree and extend flight time.

  4. Weird question. How many quads do you own personally and what is the coolest 1 you have. I have that star wars speeder bike. Always on display. Never flown.

    1. I don’t keep them (don’t have the storage space), nor do I sell them or do giveaways (don’t have the time or want the hassle of packaging and mailing). After their reviews are completed, they are piled in the back of my van and donated monthly en masse to local schools and charities (Toys for Tots and local schools Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) clubs).

      And I donated my speeder bike to one of the local schools. They raffled it off, and actually raised quite a bit of money with it. Only flown once here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo4UsHW1lek

  5. In my opinion you should never buy a little drone With a non removable battery Because the flight time is not very long And you spend more time charging then flying. Always have a removable battery And extra batteries and a little Multi battery charger they don’t cost very much You’ll be much happier! Just my 2 cents. thank you

  6. Hey quadcopter101 I REALLY NEED YOUR HELP there’s a drone in the internet that I found but I’m not sure if I should buy it . There is no good reviews on the internet so I really requests that you review it for me that name is KY601s

    1. Please please please review it your the only reviewer that reviews things really well and in-depth that I can make my choice on please help me

  7. Hey Quadcopter101 do you have a video in how to program the jumper T8SG to the kingkong ET115. Just pick up that little quad. I would appreciate the help. 👍👍👍👍👍

  8. Qc 101 have u any idea why theres 2 different prices on these as theres 2 different black n red ones n 2 different priced black n blue ones


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