Review: Yuneec Typhoon H

At the top of the bustling consumer droning marketplace, two big names have been battling( sometimes litigiously) for dominance. DJI popularized drone flying as a hobby with its Phantom line, but lately, Yuneec has been whittling into DJI’s marketshare with its vying Typhoon line. Both company’s flagship quadcopters are equipped with excellent video cameras, both are accessibly priced, and both have autonomous and safety-minded features that construct flying easy for inexperienced pilots.

Yuneec Typhoon H

7/ 10


Hexacopter design offers added stability in flight. 360 -degree camera with optional Team mode induces possible shootings you just can’t get with quadcopters. Automated flight modes and integrated camera/ flight controls mean a single pilot can still do everything themselves. Folds down into a neat knapsack example, sold separately.


Battery recharge time is significantly slower than the competitor. Construction feels less sturdy than other drones like the Phantom.

How We Rate

1/ 10 A complete failure in every style 2/ 10 Barely functional; dont buy it 3/ 10 Serious flaws; proceed with caution 4/ 10 Downsides outweigh upsides 5/ 10 Recommended with reservations 6/ 10 A solid product with some issues 7/ 10 Very good, but not quite great 8/ 10 Excellent, with room to kvetch 9/ 10 Nearly flawless, buy it now 10/ 10 Metaphysical product perfection Yuneec

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