XK-X251 vs Tarantula X6 – Latest Prices and Comparison
Let's start with a little Drone Motor 101 class. Drone motors come in 2 types: brushed or brushless. Most toy-class quadcopters come with brushed motors because they are much cheaper.
The downside is they are less dependable and wear out much faster. Brushless motors are what you'll find on high-end photography drones such as the Phantom series.
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The XK-X251 is on sale right now Amazon. If you have a small starter drone and you've been thinking about taking the next step up, but you aren't quite ready to drop $500-1200 on a DJI Phantom or something similar, then the XK-X251 is worth looking into, especially at this price.
Not ready to make the leap yet and want a fun drone to practice with? Fear not, we found 2 other good deals on more affordable drones.
It comes with a camera and memory card for taking aerial photos. This is one of those “classic” drones – they are very popular because they are easy to fly and can take a beating and keep on going.
Want to go even cheaper? The Tarantula 1505 is on sale as well. This is the little brother of the Tarantula X6, which we are big fans of. We even captured some pretty cool footage from the X6.
If the 1505 is anything like its big brother, it should be a super fun drone to fly around. And at just over $20, you won't be breaking the bank!
So there you go… 3 great options starting at under $100 and going all the way down to just $20, all with free shipping.