T-Series T70 FPV Drone

T-Series T70 FPV Drone Review

Target Price: £180


T-Series T70 FPV Drone Review


Amazing 5.8GHz four channel drone
Mega stable 6 axis gyroscope
720p HD camera also has 8GB memory card
FPV screen for a direct feed from the camera
One button take off also landing buttons
One button return home too
Headless mode for easy flight
3D eversion for 360° tricks
Awesome throw-to-take-off ability
Recharge via included power lead
Measures approx. 50cm x 50cm x 19cm
Flying drones is subject to CAA guidelines
Flight time: 7 – 9 minutes approx
Charge time: 200 minutes
Range approx: 40 metres
Remote requires: 4 x AA batteries (not included)
Video resolution: 1280 x 720p/30fps
Photo resolution: 1600 x 1200
Battery type: 7.4V 2000mAh Li-poly
Camera sensor chip: ¼ inch HG colour cmos
Viewing angle: 120°
Video format: PAL/NTSC
Video output: 1.0Vp-p/75Ω
5.8G receiver sensitivity: -90dbm
Camera module working voltage: DC3.7V (DC12V)
Camera module consumption: 200mah ± 10%

T-Series T70 FPV Drone – What’s in the box?

Battery charger with 3 pin UK plug
8GB memory card
Remote control
LCD screen and holder
USB charging cable for screen
20 x screws
4 x landing skids
4 x propellers
4 x crash guards
Card reader

To Sum Up

All in all, these small drones are well worth the asking price. In short, what else could you get for £180 that offers more fun? As can be seen, there are plenty going for this model. Obviously, pay a little more and you can get a better model. However, we find it difficult to recommend this drone. Indeed, as a starter kit, it is hard to beat. Finally, make a comment here about this fine bit of kit. Moreover, if you just want a general chat about it, join the Tech Forums. Indeed, the technology forum is for everyone. So, make your opinions known today.

T-Series T70 FPV Drone

Around £180



Build quality


Good looks




User friendly



  • 720p HD camera
  • 3D eversion for 360° tricks
  • 5.8GHz four channel
  • 6 axis gyroscope
  • Nice looking


  • Flight time
  • Range
  • Expensive
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7 Responses to T-Series T70 FPV Drone

  1. Terry says:

    I bought one from red5 and took it back because would not work, they changed it for another and I asked if they could test they said they can start it but can’t fly it in the shop, it did start but when I got it home I tried its first flight it took off and then I had no control, all I could do is watch it disappear into the horizon. Worst £149 I’ve ever spent, now I’ve got to contact trading standard to see were I stand on getting my money back even though the drone has gone

    • Gerallt says:

      Same here lost the drone
      Had no controll of the drone
      Home button does not work even after adjusting the trim buttons and short flights for practice. BYER BEWARE
      Put a peace of string on it

  2. Colin says:

    Sounds pretty dangerous that. I hope there was no damage to other people or property. Of course, you should be able to get your money back. I’d be interested to know the result.

  3. Hays says:

    What was outcome same happened me

  4. Gerallt says:

    Same here lost the drone
    Had no controll of the drone
    Home button does not work even after adjusting the trim buttons and short flights for practice. BYER BEWARE
    Put a peace of string on it

  5. Geoff Hirst says:

    Got mine from Menknd. First up the instructions are abysmal, they dont even instruct on how to connect the controller to the drone. After a shop revisit, they got it working. However proper flying is impossible, just a slight touch on the throttle it flies up then off it goes backwards with no control. No trimming works and despite drone seeming to be well built the controller unit is pathetic. Definately built down to a price.

  6. Glen says:

    I brought mine secound hand it was advertised as a syma x8. However I now know its red5 t70. It took of OK but then flew off with me having no control. Lucky after 2 mins it came down.

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