Holy Stone HS150 Drone

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Holy Stone HS150 Drone Review

Holy Stone HS150 Drone Review 2023 – is the Holy Stone HS150 quadcopter worth the money? Review of features, pricing, flight duration, battery, camera and more.

Holy Stone is a Chinese quadcopter manufacturer that makes different kinds of drones, including toy drones and quadcopters for videography. Also, their drones fall in different price ranges. If you’re looking for a basic drone that gets the job done, Holy Stone gives you options. And if you are on the lookout for a more technologically advanced quadcopter, the company has several models catering to your specific needs. The Holy Stone HS150 ‘Bolt Bee’ is a budget-friendly racing drone that packs in professional drone features in a small package.

Let’s take a look at the Holy Stone HS150 drone and find out if it’s drone enough for the inexpensive price tag.

Box Contents

Let’s start with what comes in the box, which right off the bat looks quite packed for a budget drone. The product package comprises:

• A 2.4GHz controller
• A USB charging cable
• 2 batteries
• 8 spare propellers
• 4 propeller guards
• 2 landing mats
• A propeller crowbar
• A screwdriver
• 4 screws
• An instruction manual
• A notebook

Needless to say, the box contains all things you need to fly the drone and have a solid experience doing that. The additional spare propellers are extremely handy if you know how to use them. And the thought to pack in one more battery is a stroke of genius, particularly considering the drone’s not-so-impressive endurance levels. The log notebook might seem unnecessary, but people who are used to writing down their flying experiences would find the add-on quite useful.

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Build and Design

The HS150 is a small and lightweight drone that measures 5.7″ x 4.2″ and weighs just 68.9 grams. It’s a compact drone. It, in fact, is so small that it should easily fit in the palm of your hand. This tiny form-factor is one of the reasons why the drone is so quick, agile and responsive up in the air.

The black and yellow colour scheme is attractive and should remind you of a bee. The bee-like sound that it makes when sprung into action only adds on to that feeling.

The couple of small LED lights fitted in the front blend well with the overall design. They become a lot more noticeable when the lights go off. These LED lights help the drone with orientation and direction during night or low-light flights.


The drone transmitter or remote control looks like a small briefcase with user-friendly and responsive joysticks. It’s big and heavy in a good way and inspires confidence. The handle is convenient and quite easy to move. The controller runs on six AA 1.5V batteries and has a pretty standard 2.4 GHz transmission frequency. All the different functions on the transmitter are labelled, which helps you get accustomed to the drone quickly.


The HS150 comes with a couple of 3.7V 600mAh Li-Po batteries in the box. However, you’ll only need a single battery to power the drone. The additional battery doubles your flight time or lets you fly the drone while the second battery is charging. Expect approximately seven minutes of flight time.

Once fully depleted, the battery would take approximately 90 minutes to charge fully. A red indicator light denotes charging. The light turns off after the batteries are completely charged. When equipped with a fully-charged battery, the drone is extremely responsive to your commands. When low on power, the flight would become a bit gentler.


As the name suggests, the drone is built for speed, and the high-power motors fitted into the drone help accomplish just that. The drone comes pre-assembled, which means you can fly it right out of the gate. The drone’s maximum speed of 50kmph can be achieved within seconds. The flight range is 50 to 70 meters. Not to mention, the compact size helps fly the drone both indoors and outdoors.

There are five speed modes. If you have never played with a drone before, you may start at the lowest mode. Once you get used to the drone’s speed and handling, you could go up the modes. Adjusting the drone’s speed is quite straightforward as you’ll only have to work with the throttle functionality on the remote control.

The drone is also game for various flight movements and continuous rolls. It flips in all four directions. Though the ‘altitude hold function’ would be sorely missed, the positive side to it is that you would manually control everything. View this as a learning opportunity. There is a key for emergency stops, which comes in useful during emergency landings.


The HS150 comes with safety guards that protect the drone during a crash. The propeller guards help when flying the drone inside and you want to exercise caution. It’s also equipped with a six-axis 2.4GHz gyro system that ensures stability while the drone is in mid-air.

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PROs & CONs Listing


• Affordable, yet quite capable
• Comes fully assembled in the box
• Sturdy enough to withstand crashes and abuses
• Has different speed modes to accommodate pilots with varying skill levels
• Has a lot of acrobatic moves under its sleeve
• Works even in windy scenarios


• Not the most feature-rich drone
• No ‘altitude hold’ option for hovering
• No camera
• Flight range could be longer

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Who Should Buy the HS150?

The price is quite budget-friendly, but that shouldn’t deter professional drone pilots from considering this drone. If speed is a major criteria, the HS150 is a solid contender for your hard-earned money. As aforementioned, even if you are just getting familiar with drones, the HS150’s versatility would be accommodating enough. If drone-flying skills and experience are not going to be factors and you are purely looking for an inexpensive yet well-built and reliable drone that can take up some beating, the HS150 is an ideal machine.

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With features such as flight acrobatics, 50kmph speed, spare propellers, and the small and light proportions, the HS150 would appeal to drone pilots with different buying objectives. It’s certainly a no-brainer for racing enthusiasts. The value-for-money proposition is solid and if you are not expecting too much from the drone, you should be extremely satisfied with your $46 purchase.

Holy Stone HS150 Drone
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  • Affordable, yet quite capable
  • Comes fully assembled in the box
  • Sturdy enough to withstand crashes and abuses
  • Has different speed modes to accommodate pilots with varying skill levels
  • Has a lot of acrobatic moves under its sleeve
  • Works even in windy scenarios
  • Not the most feature-rich drone
  • No 'altitude hold' option for hovering
  • No camera
  • Flight range could be longer

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