JJRC decided to include two tiny drones in their H345 package. So you’ll get two little foldable micro drones and one controller. One looks like a little Mavic and the other a tiny DJI Spark. These two little micros are a lot of fun.
Two H345 Drones
Why two drones? Why not? When your battery dies on one you can switch to the second and essentially double your flight time.
These two little micros are cute and fun to fly but don’t expect to get a high-quality DJI drone. These are toy micros that are fun to fly indoors, but they don’t carry cameras and aren’t super stable. They are fairly quick and nimble, especially in high mode. I found their yaw (spin) to be slow. Some people prefer that as it makes the drone less twitchy. I personally prefer a more responsive quadcopter.
JJRC H345 Features
You can do flips and rolls and they both have headless mode. JJRC also claims a return to home feature, but we don’t recommend using it. It will return somewhere, but probably not where you want it to go. Avoid return to home on any drone that isn’t a GPS drone.
The remote controller is nice. It has a solid feel and is a is a gamepad-style remote. The buttons for flipping and speeds are placed on the top and are easy to reach. The buttons are not labeled, but still easy to use.
The best part about this little drone is how small it is. It will fit in the palm of your hand and even folds up to be smaller. The arms don’t lock into place and will get dislodged on crashes, so make sure you adjust the arms each time you land hard. See them in action below.
Should You Get a Pair of JJRC H345 Drones?
If you are looking for an inexpensive fun little flyer then take a look at the JJRC H345. It is a good little two-drone micro package for indoor flying. They are both fun little drones to fly and good for beginners.
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