If you’ve never controlled a drone, you’ll wonder why some are better for beginners than others:

However, drones can be tricky to handle and quickly become a heap of broken plastic if handled without care.

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These are the best drones for beginners right now. Some are more suited to adults than others (and the price tags reflect that):

6. JJRC H36, $26

The JJRC H36 drone is a powerful and cheap drone option for beginners.

The drone has a great design and is super-safe, even for children to get the hang of. This mini-drone is designed only for indoor flight, and it does not have a camera.

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Before you begin flying, you will need to charge its Li-Po battery through a USB outlet. It has a top speed of 30 km per hour and a battery life of six minutes. The drone weighs only 22 grams.

You can buy these drones from Walmart for under-$30 right now.

5. Cheerson CX10, $20

Priced at just $20 on Amazon.com right now, if you want the cheapest most durable drone for a starter, the Cheerson CX10 should top your shopping list:

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The drone is available in countless colors and is ideal for those looking to learn the basics of flying a drone. Perfect for someone who just wants to have some fun and is a drone newbie.

4. Eachine 520S, $160

If you want to start with advanced features, the Eachine 520S is the drone for you. However, be warned as this drone requires registration under the laws of the Federal Aviation Administration.

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It has an in-built GPS and a 15-minute battery life. It has a control range of 300 meters and the camera supports 4K resolution for stills and 2K video clips.

Unfortunately, there is no stabilization feature on the drone but it does come with a microSD card slot for local storage.

3. Ryze Tech Tello, $99

If you are on a budget the Ryze Tello is the best beginner drone going. It actually might even be the best drone for the money right now.

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For $100 you get a drone with a camera that includes stability sensors to reduce drifting and 13-minutes of flight time. Plus, it sends all captured images and footage right to your phone.

On the flip side, it does have a couple of caveats. Firstly, its flight range is limited to 100 feet. Secondly, the camera is only 720 pixels.

2. DJI Mavic Mini, $420

The DJI Mavic Mini is a great choice if you want to go from beginner to expert with a drone that is not a toy – despite the fact it is small enough to fit in your pocket:

It provides you with a beginner-friendly app and top-quality stabilized stills and video with a camera resolution of 12 MP. It comes with a controller and has a battery life of 30 minutes.

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The maximum range it can fly is 4 km, with a top speed of 47 km per hour.

It has a built-in GPS, and you don’t need to get the drone registered owing to its small size. The automated feature of QuickShots helps the drone take dramatic swooping pictures, all the while keeping the subject in the frame.

1. DJI Mini 2, $449

One of the easiest drones for beginners is the DJI Mini 2 – but please know, this is not a toy:

Weighing just 242 grams, this drone comes with a 4K 30 FPS video resolution, complete with a GPS-based return to home feature which works even on low battery.

It includes many intelligent pilot assist features, including a comprehensive object collision system.

It offers a flight range of 10 km and streams 720-pixel video to the remove. The camera also supports 4x digital zoom, and the drone can withstand strong winds.

It has a battery life of 31 minutes and has an advanced GPS system that helps you keep track of the drone wherever you fly it.