The Zerotech Dobby Pocket Drone contains many features you would consider essential for a best foldable drone. First of all, the propellers are foldable, even if they aren\u2019t fixed, which makes the drone even more portable. It\u2019s quite affordable too, which is always a plus when it comes to beginner drones.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Zerotech Dobby\r\nThe Zerotech Dobby Drone is an excellent starter drone, plain and simple. It\u2019s top speed is high enough that it will allow you to zip through the sky with confidence but not so fast as to make you lose that confidence if you go too fast. And considering its only seven ounces, not going too fast is a benefit instead of a detriment.\r\n\r\nSpeed\/Power\r\nDespite its small size, the Dobby Mini is actually quite zippy in the air because it can reach a top speed of about 31 miles per hour. But if you\u2019re confident in your piloting skills, you can try the DJI Mavic 2 Pro Drone which is about 11 miles per hour faster. The Dobby can also withstand wind speeds up to 17 miles per hour. This may not sound like much, but it\u2019s quite impressive for such a small drone.\r\nRange\r\nFlight time isn\u2019t exactly the best on the Dobby. Rated for nine minutes of battery life, the Dobby isn\u2019t exactly going to provide you with long-term fun. On the plus side, you can purchase spare batteries, charge them, and take them with you so you can change out the batteries when they run out. Or you can take a look at the Autel EVO Drone which is known for its stellar battery life.\r\nDurability\r\nThe portability of the Dobby is the drone\u2019s main selling feature. And because it\u2019s marketed as a selfie drone it was the right idea to make it as small and light as it is. At less than half a pound (seven ounces) it can be stored in your backpack without weighing you down. The propellers can be folded in, which is nice, but aren\u2019t fixed. They\u2019ll still swing around if you handle the drone roughly so be careful.\r\nCamera Features\r\nThe Dobby drone sports a 13 megapixel camera and 1080P video recording capabilities. Still images tend to be quite good, but video recording isn\u2019t quite in the same league as other professional drones, such as the DJI Mavic Air Fly More Combo. But it all depends on how you use it. If you\u2019re just looking to post cool photos and selfies to your social media account, the results are more than acceptable.\r\nValue\r\nThe greatest value the Dobby holds, other than its lightness, is how inexpensive it is and how easy it is to control. Veteran drone users may want something a bit more advanced, and that\u2019s fine, but newbies should find a friend in the Dobby. Further, the 16GB of internal storage on the Dobby should be more than enough storage space for any casual or social media-oriented user.\r\nZerotech Dobby Wrap Up\r\nFor such a small drone, the Dobby can withstand an impressive amount of inclement weather. Not the highest we\u2019ve seen, but still a good amount considering its size. The camera features are a hit or miss depending on what you\u2019re using it for. We only wish the battery had a little more juice so you wouldn\u2019t have to spend extra money on back-ups.