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This article was published on September 29, 2015

Master the skies with the world’s smallest drone for $34.99

Master the skies with the world’s smallest drone for $34.99
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Dutch company TRNDlabs just launched the world’s smallest drone, a tiny gadget called the SKEYE Pico Drone – it’s so small, it can launch from your pinkie finger! Or you can just throw it into the air, an use the remote control to soar through the sky.

At 28 percent off, you won’t find a better price for your drone-flying fun. Get it now at TNW Deals.

If you’ve never flown a drone before, the learning curve couldn’t be easier with the SKEYE Pico Drone. It boasts Ready to Fly Technology (RTF) and three levels of sensitivity, which allow users to easily control the drone even in the tightest spaces.

With a six-axis flight control system as well as adjustable gyro sensitivity, you’ll soon learn to effortlessly spin, flip, do aerial dives and even give your friends some UFO speculation excitement at night, thanks to its built-in LED lights. Also, an extra set of four rotor blades means you can fly in confidence without worrying about breaking your favorite new gadget.

“The SKEYE Pico Drone is the smallest drone we’ve ever made and also the smallest drone in the world,” TRNDlabs boasts in press release. “It is so small, it can easily sit on your finger and fly on precision controlled exercises into the narrowest of nooks! The drone is designed to be taken everywhere and fits inside of its own controller.”

Master the skies and enjoy a world of acrobatic fun with your new SKEYE Pico Drone – now just $34.99 at TNW Deals!

Bonus: Looking for video capabilities in flight? Upgrade your size to the Pico Drone’s big brother, the SKEYE Mini Drone with HD camera. Now just $69.99, you’ll capture incredible HD aerial video as you soar the friendly skies.

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