The 10 Best Drones For Indoors
This wiki has been updated 5 times since it was first published in June of 2019. Whether you want to sharpen your piloting chops, capture a fly's point-of-view or inspect hard-to-reach spots above the factory floor, the ceiling is the limit for these indoor drones. An added bonus is that when operating these machines inside, you won't need a special license. Our selections feature models of various sizes, speeds, battery capabilities and control methods. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best drone for indoors on Amazon.
June 21, 2019:
While most of the models we highlighted have features that give the novice flyer a bit of a crutch to lean on until they get the hang of piloting, the DJI Mavic Pro is serious business, and its price tag of over $700 reflects that. It is certainly a worthy model for someone that is able to put its abilities to use, but isn't recommend for those who still need aerial training wheels.
The Holy Stone HS150 is a great choice for those who are quick learners and think they will quickly graduate from indoor flying to outdoor use. It has five different speed modes so you can adjust it to fit almost any environment, with its highest setting topping out at 31 mph. Not to mention it can perform four-way flips.
Those looking to satisfy their inner child should look no further than the Parrot Mambo, which allow you to fly around and shoot miniature balls from a cannon, and can be used to endlessly terrorize your cat or play fetch with your dog.