The Holy Stone Drone possesses a light and easily transportable design which is something you\u2019d definitely look for if you were searching for the best foldable drone. It\u2019s many useful flight modes, especially the return to home function, is also something you\u2019d be looking for when researching the best drone for travelling. If either of these are on your list, you\u2019d do well to review Holy Stone HS720 Drones.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Holy Stone HS720\r\nThe Holy Stone HS720 Drone possesses some of the greatest speed specs we\u2019ve seen for a mid-level drone which makes it rival even more high-end drones. The flight time is even more impressive, soundly beating or equalling drones that are definitely more high end than this one.\r\n\r\nSpeed\/Power\r\nThe HS720 Foldable GPS Drone is one of the best drones for speed. Coming in at 44 miles per hour it rivals some high quality DJI Mavic drones. Check out the DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone Review if you\u2019re interested. The HS720 also comes with a healthy amount of intelligent flight modes like one key return home and follow me, as well as the standard headless mode.\r\nRange\r\nThe HS720 GPS Assisted Drone can stay in the air for a long time. With a 26 minute long flight time you should be able to get a lot of fun out of the drone. One the down side, charging the battery takes several hours. If you want something with a little more juice, check out the Autel EVO Drone. The control range of the HS720 is just above 900 meters which is more than enough considering most local laws prohibit you from being more than 200 meters away from your drone.\r\nDurability\r\nThe build quality of the HS720 is excellent. It looks like a DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone, and this isn\u2019t by accident. However, the HS720 offers a metallic grey color scheme which screams futuristic and just looks so much more advanced than most other drones. And at 500g, with its foldable design, it\u2019s able to fit in your pocket when travelling eliminating the need for a backpack! The brushless motors also give the drone that extra little kick of stability and speed.\r\nCamera Features\r\nThe HS720 has half-decent camera quality, but not as good as some other camera drones. Don\u2019t get me wrong, the HS720 still has an HD camera, but it\u2019s a 2K camera instead of a 4K camera. However, the camera does feature image stabilization and a 110 degree wide-angle FOV that allows you to capture much more footage, so it at least has that going for it.\r\nValue\r\nThe remote controller the HS720 comes with is very well-designed and, as Holy Stone is apt to do, takes a lot of its ideas from DJI. It\u2019s ergonomically sound, has a smartphone attachment at the top of the device, and the LCD screen in the middle displays all the pertinent information like drone distance, battery life, speed, and GPS data. It\u2019s best to fly with the Ophelia app, but be warned it takes up a lot of smartphone memory.\r\nHoly Stone HS720 Wrap Up\r\nWhile there are some setbacks to the Holy Stone HS720, you\u2019ll find it an overall pleasant flying experience if you choose it as your drone of choice. It\u2019s always a good idea to invest in some extra batteries, and considering how long batteries take to charge on this one, it\u2019s extra important.