I saw the Muvi X-Drove being promoted and told AAB World I’d like to review one. The best place to try a drone for the first time in my opinion is a big grass field, which is where I went. You have a lot of space to maneuver and the grass is soft and absorbing when there’s friction involved.
The X-Drone comes with a complete remote-controlled aerial camera system. There’s a grip at the top to connect your phone and live stream what the X-Drone built-in 1080p HD camera is recording. There’s also a button on the controller to take still images that are 16MP.
The camera has a video stabilizer so that you could take smooth footage from an aerial point of view. I wanted to show my own recorded video using the drone but I’m kind of a beginner and my maneuvering was pretty bad. The drone can stay a whopping 20 – 25 minutes on flight, but I feel there’s space for improvement when it comes to video stability.
A nifty feature I love about this drone is its protection system. If you lose control of the drone, or it loses signal to the controller, it will fly up vertically until it is 25 meters higher than the home point and then commence to return to you automatically (granted it has the GPS location saved).
The drone can fly up to 500 meters and comes with a mobile wifi extender that will enable you to live stream the video on your phone from a distance of up to 300 meters. It was a breeze to set up the drone, instructions were simple and it came with auto locking motors.
Although the drone is advertised as a drone that can be used by both beginners and professionals, I highly recommend you have some sort of drone maneuvering/flying experience before considering a drone this size. It’s price is worth the features it comes with and was really fun to fly.
The X-Drone is available at AAB World for KD 200, you can order it through their website [here].