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FuriBee is a new quadcopter drone manufacturer. They are mainly orientated on cheap toy grade drones.

FuriBee Drones and quadcopters

FuriBee QAV95 FPV drone: Micro brushlees Whoop

FuriBee QAV95 micro brushless Whoop
As the winter is already knocking on the door, it's time to reorient us from big drones to some more compact ones that are capable of indoor flying. With wheelbase of 95mm the FuriBee QAV95 seems perfect for outdoor flights as well as indoors fun. Biggest advantage of the FuriBee QAV95 over the popular TinyWhoop is that adopts brush-less motors instead of...

FuriBee H801: TinyWhoop by Frankenstein

FuriBee H801 drone
Advertised for $50, the FuriBee H801 is surely not the cheapest drone with ducted propellers, especially that it comes with a "basic" flight controller not a customizable one like the F3 or F4. The large blade protectors not just that should offer improved efficiency of the propellers but also makes the aircraft very safe for children. The ducted propellers can’t produce major...

FuriBee F180 mini FPV racing quadcopter

FuriBee F180 FPV quadcopter
FuriBee F180 - X shape racing quadcopter with F3 6DOF flight controller FuriBee is a relatively new name in the world of quadcopters. This F180 racing quad is their third announced model. The FuriBee F180, compared to its predecessors (F90 and Fatbee F110), has a more classical design without ducted propellers. The 180 mm sized X-shape airframe is made from durable carbon-fiber. On top of the quad there is located the...

FuriBee GT 215MM review & ratings

FuriBee GT 215MM quadcopter review
There are hundreds of racing drones capable of high speeds, so what makes the FuriBee GT 215MM Fire Dancer different? My plan is to discover and reveal in my review all the pros and cons of this drone. FuriBee's GT series has 3 different sized models. The smallest one is the FuriBee GT 90, which is suitable for both indoor and...