Drones are super stable flying machines that can be used for awesome aerial photography or extreme FPV Racing. The DJI Phantom Range is the most popular for aerial photography, with the flagship model being the DJI Phantom 4. Want to learn more about FPV Racing? See our FPV Racing Buying Guide.
The go-to choice : DJI’s Phantom Range

What is a Quadcopter Anyway?

The most common form of consumer 'drone'; A quadcopter is a multirotor helicopter with four arms, a motor and propeller at the end of each of these arms. Two of the propellers spin clockwise and the opposing two spin counter-clockwise enabling the craft to hover and fly with great stability. They range in size (shown below, left to right) from professional drones such as the DJI Inspire 1, to smaller consumer craft like DJI's Phantom range right down to inexpensive micro drones such as Hubsan's hobby range. Advances in electronic miniaturisation and flight controller technology have meant these craft are getting more advanced every year.

  • DJI Inspire 1 professional in flight
  • DJI Phantom 4 in flight
  • Hubsan X4 in flight

Which one is right for me?

Whilst everyone has different uses and intentions for their multirotors, we find our customers ofter fall into one of three camps. Ready to fly quadcopters such as the DJI Phantom range, hands-on customisers wanting an FPV racer and finally professionals looking for a high end quadcopter for aerial filming or surveying. Why not explore these avenues before making your mind up?

Are Quadcopters expensive?

We have quadcopters for all budgets, below are some of our more popular items from across the price range.
Hubsan X4 Camera Plus Quadcopter

Hubsan X4 Camera Plus Quadcopter

£76.99 save £22.00

What if the worst happens and I crash it?

Our trained technicians have years of experience fixing remote control quadcopters and drones. Whether you have broken an arm on a DJI Inspire 1, damaged the shell on your Phantom, or are having problems with your FPV Racer, we are here to help.

Repairs Info

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What are the rules on flying?

Whether you are flying for fun or commercial reasons, you need to stick to the rules. For hobby flying you will need to ensure you observe the height limits and keep at least 50m away from objects and buildings.

If you are looking at flying commercially, you get the best deal on your PfCO through CAA Authorised training programs with RCGeeks. Learn more about NQE training via the link below.

Rules of Flying

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