Build Your Own Drone or RC Car with This 2-In-1 Kit

This fun kit helps you build your own drone or RC car.

It’s no secret that drones have taken over the skies, albeit not in the terrifying, apocalyptic way many had anticipated. Aeronautic experts and novice pilots alike have flocked to these incredibly powerful-yet-nimble titans of the sky in order to capture stunning visuals on film, ambush a friendly neighbor's yard, or just enjoy the thrill of flight.

There’s only one catch: Drones tend to be wildly expensive, and the few that are affordable aren’t often well made. This Force Flyers DIY Building Block Fly 'n Drive Drone brilliantly solves both of these problems. Priced at $32.99, this intrepid flyer costs much less than the average drone. And you can rest assured that it will be well built, since you assemble it with your own two hands.

Perfect for STEM development and endless fun for all ages, this kit teaches aerodynamics, weight distribution, and a slew of other fascinating and practical physics subjects in one easy-to-use machine. It even doubles as an RC car—meaning you can execute daring missions in both the sky and on land.

Each kit includes a 2.4GHz transmitter for long-range flight control, crash-resistant ABS plastic components (which let you get back on the road or in the air faster after crashing), and digital proportional control, which allows for incredibly precise flight through tight spaces.

All the essential components needed to get your new drone off the ground are fully compatible with all major building blocks, and the finished product is capable of completing 360º stunt flips with auto-stabilization—meaning you don’t need to be a certified pilot to get the most out of every flight.

Dive into the endlessly entertaining world of drone flight with the super fun and educational Force Flyers DIY Building Block Fly 'n Drive Drone—on sale for over 34% off at just $32.99 for a limited time.

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