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I was recently told by my husband and two daughters that they all want drones for Christmas. I know very little about drones so I did some research and found Force1 drones. Force1 offers drones for both beginner pilots as well as more experienced pilots. After looking at my options, I decided on the U45WF Blue Jay Drone for my husband and Scoot Hands-Free Drones for my daughters.
Force1 U45WF Blue Jay Drone is perfect for big kids and adults. The Blue Jay drone has Altitude Hold, Headless Mode, and Custom Route Mode. A 2MP drone camera allows you to take aerial photos, videos, and selfies. You may also view live video feed by syncing the Blue Jay with an iPhone, Android or virtual reality headset.
The Force1 Scoot Hands-Free Drone is perfect for pilots trying to earn their wings. Scoot flies with the help of high-tech infrared sensors. It has one-key takeoff, landing and altitude hold. After hours of play, you can charge Scoot with the included USB charging cable. Force1 Scoot is available in three colors- red, blue, and silver.
I can hardly wait for my family to open their Force1 Drones on Christmas morning! I think they are going to be very happy.
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Hello, my name is Laurie. My family and I live near the Oregon coast. When we aren’t at work, in school, or on the volleyball court, we enjoy traveling, cheering for our favorite sports teams, playing outdoors, and checking off items on our bucket list. We are lucky in that both sets of our parents, as well as our siblings and their families, live within an hour of us. We get together often to help one another out, celebrate milestones, and go on adventures together.
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