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Ryze Tello (powered by DJI)

Ryze Tello (powered by DJI)
alaScore 96

49 reviews

Aug, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews of Ryze Tello (powered by DJI). The average rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Ryze Tello (powered by DJI) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Kevin Lee (

Ryze Tello review


The smartest toy drone you'll ever fly

Incredibly affordable and fun ; Phone-based POV mode ; Motion-controlled flying still makes you feel like a Jedi

Light enough to be carried away by a breeze ; Not designed to be flown outside

Even from our brief time with the Ryze Tello, we can tell its going to be one of the best drones of 2018 with a ton of smarts and surprisingly ample performance for its small size.

Jan, 2018

Expert review by : Jim Fisher (

Ryze Tello


The Ryze Tello is a toy quadcopter flyable via smartphone or laptop (using Scratch). Its video quality isn't anything to write home about, but it's a fun tech toy and learning tool.

Inexpensive. Easy to fly. Programmable via Scratch. Bluetooth remote control compatibility. Automated flight modes.

Pixelated, low-quality video. Limited control range. No GPS or return-to-home capability.

The Ryze Tello isn't for serious video work or long-distance flight, but that's okay. There are plenty of capable, and more expensive, drones out there that scratch that itch, such as the DJI Mavic Air. Instead it addresses an underserved market: folks...

Jul, 2018

Expert review by : Max Mutter (

Ryze Tello Review


The best $100 model we have ever tested

Inexpensive, simple operation, small and light

Slightly choppy video, short range

Apr, 2018

Consumer review (

Great little drone


I brought this a bit ago my partner loves it. Fast little drone. Good camera on it. Perfect for in the house

Jul, 2018

Consumer review (

Great Drone When it Works


Took delivery of this as a practice drone before I purchase it's bigger brother. No charging cable included. Used several micro USB leads and none of them would charge the battery. Purchased a charging Hub from somewhere else at an addition £25 which...

Jul, 2018

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Fantastic for a beginner


I bought this as a beginner looking for a hobby and I love it. It's easy to setup, just download the app and you're off. I do wish the battery lasted longer though and seems to drain quicker than what it says on the tin but nevertheless a great buy.

Jul, 2018

Consumer review (

Awesome little drone.


Having checked previous reviews from other sources, I took the plunge and brought this. So glad I did. For the money it's second to none.

Jul, 2018

Consumer review (

Amazing fun


Got this as a baby brother for my DJI Phantom 3 and its surprisingly good. Ok, it doesn't like wind very much, but it hovers well, is easily controllable and the stunts it can do are brilliant fun. Even the camera is good quality. Very good value for...

Jul, 2018

Consumer review (

Best beginner drone out there


So I bought this drone as a complete newbie, and I am not disappointed to say the least. What a contraption. Whether it's the 8D flips, the ease of connectivity or the camera. I am so pleased with this purchase. For the price, The company have outdone...

Jun, 2018

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Amazing for the price


Easy to set up, flies through mobile phone screen, but you can use a remote control which holds the phone. The one thing I would recommend is updating the software on the drone as soon as possible, as I think that's where I went wrong. The drone...

Jun, 2018