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Blade Torrent 110 FPV the Brushless Whoop

Blade Torrent 110 micro drone quadcopter
Blade Torrent 110 - Micro brushless quadcopter with ducted propellers  It seems that the "Whoop Mania" is invading also the brushless word. Blade recently announced their first Tiny Whoop alike brushless mini quad called Torrent 110 FPV. The Blade Torrent 110 is a powerful and versatile micro FPV racer that is ideal for outdoor flights as well as for indoor ones. The ducted protectors will prevent damaging...

Storm racing drone SRD280: Ultimate FPV quad

Storm racing qudcopter srd280
Storm SRD280 V4 with BeeRotor BRF3 flight controller While I was looking for a professional racing quadcopter I came across the HeliPal's Storm SRD280 (aka RoboCat). The 4th generation of the Storm SRD280 racing drone comes with the same beautiful design (as its predecessors) but with better flight controller and upgraded propulsion system (motors, ESCs and propellers). The protective canopy of the Storm SRD280...

HexH2O Pro v2 waterproof hexacopter

HexH2O Pro V2 profesional waterproof drone
HexH2O Pro v2 professional waterproof drone for commercial use Usually I accept for review most of the offered quadcopters. This HexH2O Pro v2, being more expensive than my wife's car, would make me think twice. The predicted price of this marine drone starts from 6000 euro (6449 USD). Quadh2o is a UK based drone company orientated on waterproof multi-rotors. Their first water...

Tiny Whoop: Worth to buy alternatives

Tiny Whoop cheap alternatives
Are there reliable alternatives for the Tiny Whoop drone? Although last year I reviewed many Tiny Whoop clones, still didn't have the chance to test the real one. Biggest disadvantage of the original over its copies is the high price tag. Probably Tiny Whoop fans will say that the higher price is covered by better build quality and unmatched flight performance. What does "Tiny Whoop"...

KINGKONG Tiny 7 another Inductrix clone

KINGKONG Tiny 7 fpv drone
KINGKONG Tiny 7 micro FPV quad with ducted prepellers and 800TVL camera Thanks to the protective canopy, the KINGKONG Tiny 7 looks more like a Blade Inductrix clone than a Tiny Whoop copy. Based on the versatile F3 flight controller, it can be configured with multiple flight modes (like: Acro or Angle). According to your existing transmitter (remote controller) you can opt between 3...

JD-11 quadcopter: Nice design. Long play time

JD11 quadcopter with alt hold
JD-11 drone with DJI Inspire alike design Honestly, on first look it is obvious that the design of JD11 copies the much expensive DJI Insipire. Even the transmitters are very similar. I'm curios if the arms and landing gears are also foldable. In my opinion, besides the nice design, biggest advantage of the JD11 is the superior flight autonomy. According the specs, the 1200mAh...

XINLIN X8G cheap GPS quad in 3 variants

XIN LIN X8G GPS quadcopter
XIN LIN X8G powerful brushed quad with GPS Now, thanks to the cheap toys like this XINLIN X8G, mainstream features like GPS positioning, system and altitude hold, are becoming widely available. The XINLIN X8G drone was announced in 3 variants. While the most expensive one comes with a complete 5.8G FPV system (FPV camera and monitor), the cheapest one comes without a...

Propeller mod for Eachine QX70

Propeller mod for Eachine QX70 quadcopter
3-leaf propellers on Eachine QX70 (aka Tiny Whoop) Having some free time, I decided to mod my QX70 by replacing the stock props with Hubsan 3-leaf propellers. I got this mini FPV drone about a month ago but, due to its limited flight time and noise operation, I kept it in the box till now. Doing some research, I found out that these shortcomings...

Kaideng PANTONMA K90 with obstacle avoidance

Kaideng K90 aka Micro Pantonma
Kaideng K90 aka Micro PANTONMA Following the success of the K80, Kaideng announced a much smaller model, called K90 Micro Pantonma. In terms of design and features, the Kaideng PANTONMA K90 is very similar to its bigger brother. Like its predecessor, the K90's camera allows to record videos (1080x720) as well as capture still photos. Due to its small size and included propeller protectors, the KD...

J.ME Follow Me quadcopter with WiFi FPV

J.ME quadcopter drone
J.ME Follow Me selfie drone from Feima Robotics Feima Robotics, an unknown multi-rotor manufacturer, just announced their first selfie drone, called J.Me Follow Me. Like most of the selfie drones, the J.Me comes without a physical remote control. The aircraft can be controlled in three ways trough your smartphone. While I'm already accustomed with virtual sticks and gyro control, I would be interested to test the voice...