Eachine E011C/JJRC H67 Christmas DroneStarting around $15
Ease of Use9.0/10
- Powerful 716 motors
- Easy to fly
- Easy to convert to FPV
- Christmas Theme
- Poor Controller
- Music doesn't stop
- Flight Time: 4-5 minutes
- Range: 30-50 meters
- Size: 67 mm
- Weight: 34 grams
The JJRC H67 also know as the Eachine E011C is the Christmas version of the popular E011. Like the original, it has the powerful 716 motors and is an ideal drone for a beginner and kids of all ages. For those with 10 minutes to spare and a soldering iron, the Christmas drone can also make a great indoor FPV (first person view) flyer. When you combine the E011C with an FPV camera and Jumper T8SG radio you’ll have yourself an awesome indoor FPV machine.
This fun little quad is both simple and fun. It makes an ideal gift for anyone and everyone this holiday season. Check it out in action below.
The E011C is like the popular E010, but with bigger motors and it carries a Santa Claus Lego-like man on around. It tips the scales at 34 grams but removing Santa, the cover and the speaker will shave off another 7 grams. It also will play Christmas tunes while flying for some extra festive fun.
Great Drone for Anyone
This drone really is a lot of fun. I love it because it has just enough power for indoor FPV fun and my kids think it is the best because it plays music and hauls Santa around. It certainly is light enough so you won’t have to worry about breaking things that you bump into around the house.
The Perfect Stocking Stuffer
For around $20 this may be the ultimate stocking stuffer. It really can be a great gift for the drone lover or kid on your list. The ducted design makes it quieter, safer and more durable than a lot of drones out there.
The H67 also features headless mode and push-button flips for extra fun. The included remote works well enough, but when you pair it with a Jumper T8SG you can really take flying to another level. The Jumper even extends the range by 2-3 times the normal max of 50 meters.
Fly Santa FPV
Converting the E011C into an indoor FPV flyer is pretty simple. After that, you can ditch Santa and the speaker and make the “sleigh” 7 grams lighter. Or you can opt to have Santa hold the camera and act as an angle adjuster. The brushed motors have plugs and are easily replaceable.
Should you get an Eachine E011C/JJRC H67?
Yes, you should! This thing is a blast for kids, beginners, and even seasoned pilots. Checking in at around $20 this is an ideal Christma gift. Pick one up! We will for sure be getting more of these for the holidays, this is one of our favorite low-cost drones. There isn’t a real difference between the Eachine or JJRC versions. It is renamed for the sellers so you can’t go wrong with either one.
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