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If you have a decently high end computer? Get a transmitter and Velocidrone (sim). If you don’t? Get a BNF/RTF combo like the Emax Tinyhawk Tom
I can’t see why drl sim doesn’t have more votes. I like velocidrone and liftoff more as simulators but their “tutorials” are awful, drl sim has much better tutorials and is much better for those new to the hobby Cody
After you’re acquainted with the velocidrone simulator, do yourself a favor and get the Beebrain Brushless. There isn’t a better 1S micro quad on the market that as well has a 100mw VTX so you can fly your heart out Marcus
CurryKitten Sim, its great and free! David