Hands On: MOTA JetJat Nano Drone

January 8, 2016 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Drone’s have become pretty popular as of late, and the FAA has even made it so that users need to register their drones before they can fly them. And that is to regulate the drones so that they don’t interfere with no fly zones and other aircraft. MOTA has their own drone, which is the JetJat Nano drone, and it’s a pretty small drone that won’t do a whole lot of damage if you crash it. Which everyone crashes their first drone. The JetJat is about the size of a paperclip as well. So you could fly it indoors, although it’s still a good idea not to do so.

The JetJat Nano Drone from MOTA is available on Amazon now for just $40, which is a crazy low price for a drone. And it’s a great starter drone for anyone looking to get into the drone space. We were able to get some hands on time with the JetJat Nano Drone from MOTA while at CES 2016 in Las Vegas, as well as take it on a test flight in the Las Vegas Convention Center. Additionally, it’s available in a few different colors, for those that are interested in picking one up.