Flying FPV drones is a huge amount of fun thanks to the immersive experience wearing FPV goggles provides. You see what the drone’s camera sees, so flying FPV drones can create the illusion that you’re flying, albeit with your feet firmly on the ground. Traditionally though, they’re not easy to fly and require electronics knowledge and the ability to self-build, but that’s been changing in recent years.

betaFPV Cetus Lite: Specifications

Wheelbase: 65 mm
Quadcopter: Cetus Lite Brushed BNF
Tilt degree: 25° (not adjustable)
Radio transmitter: LiteRadio 1 CC2500
Glasses: VR02
Battery: BT2.0 300 mAh 1S
Flight time: 4 minutes
Flight distance: 80m

Many FPV drone manufacturers are producing ready-to-fly (RTF) kits that include everything you need to get started, including a drone, controller, goggles, batteries, and a charger. There are plenty of options out there, but the most basic, inexpensive and so easy to fly it’s suitable for children is the BetaFPV Cetus Lite Kit. At just £98…