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Shenzhen Huagulong Technology Co., Ltd aka HGLRC was founded in 2016 with headquarter located in Shenzhen, China. They have a dedicated team of 3 experienced test pilots that have full input in what to develop.

HGLRC is the first drone brand that managed to integrate VTX+FC, FC+ESC, and DVR+VTX on one board, among other gamechanger innovations.

In addition to a wide range of FPV drones (Freestyle, CineWhop, and Toothpick) they commercialize drone frames, flight controllers, VTXs, and other quadcopter accessories.

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FreeStyle/Racing HGLRC drones CineWhoop style HGLRC drones Toothpick style HGLRC drones Other HGLRC drones
Sector 5 V2 and Sector 5 V3 Veyron 3 Toothpick Petrel120 Motowhoop 85mm
Sector V2 HD Veyron 3 Digital HD Toothpick Petrel120Pro MotoWhoop 90 HD
Sector132 Sector150 Digital HD Toothpick Petrel132 HGLRC Petrel 75
Arrow3 Sector132 Digital HD Petrel 120X
Wind5 Sector25(HD) Rekon 3 Nano
Wind5 Lite Sector30(HD)
Sector150 RaceWhoop30 (HD)
Wind6 RaceWhoop25 (HD)
Mefisto Veyron30CR
BATMAN220 Veyron25CR
Rekon 5
Rekon 4
Rekon 6 HD
Rekon 7 Pro

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Latest HGLRC drone stories (News and Reviews)

HGLRC Rekon 7 PRO: Long range GPS FPV drone

Rekon 7 Pro drone
HGLRC's largest and most versatile long-range FPV drone, the Rekon 7 PRO was just announced. While the analog edition is equipped with Caddx Ratel 2 camera and Zeus 5.8GHz 800mW VTX, the HD digital version with Caddix Air Unit and Polar camera. Both variants feature the same Zeus F722 fight controller and powerful Zeus 48A BL_S 3-6S 4in1 ESC...

HGLRC Herme ExpressLRS: ELRS TX/RX (900MHz/2.4GHz)

HGLRC Herme ExpressLRS TX and RX
After Happymodel and BetaFPV, HGLRC also announced their first ExpressLRS enabled radio system. Like its contenders, the Herme ExpressLRS also has 900Mhz and 2.4GHz versions. ExpressLRS (ELRS) is an open-source RC link for various applications, including drone communications. ELRS uses LoRa modulation with strong anti-interference technology to achieve long-range transmission with low power usage. HGLRC claims that the Herme ExpressLRS...

HGLRC Zeus25 AIO review: F722 Flight Controller + 25A ESC

HGLRC Zeus25 flight controller review
The HGLRC Zeus25 AIO flight controller is full of features, including a high-performance STM32F722 processor, 25A BL32 ESC, OSD, 4x UART, 10V BEC, easy soldering layout with large pads, and much more. Zeus25 AIO supports PPM (FlySky), Serial RX (including FrSky, S.BUS, DSMX, etc.), and ExpressLRS (RX/TX) radio receivers. It has dedicated pads for Caddx Vista or DJI Air Unit...

HGLRC Ares DS400 Drone Soccer: The New e-SPORT!

Photo of HGLRC Ares DS400
HGLRC, my favorite FPV drone brand just announced their first quadcopter designed for drone soccer. HGLRC Ares DS400 is available in two versions, one for FPV Drone Soccer with GPS, Zeus nano 350mW VTX, and Caddx Ant ECO camera, and a second one for LoS Drone Soccer without FPV rig. Both variants are available with 4S and 6S power...

HGLRC Veyron30CR & 25CR (analogdigital FPV)

Photo of HGLRC Veyron30CR and Veyron25CR
Following the great success of the Veyron3, HGLRC brings on the market two upgraded versions named Veyron30CR and Veyron25CR. While the 30CR has a wheelbase of 120mm and 2.5" propellers, the bigger 30CR has a 140mm wheelbase and 3" prollers. For improved impact resistance, the corners of the duct protectors are foam-padded. Both size options are available in 3...

HGLRC RaceWhoop30 review: Fly, Crash, Repeat!

HGLRC RaceWhoop30
Last month I was contacted by HGLRC regarding the opportunity to review their upcoming product. RaceWhoop is a trendy concept in the France FPV community due to its power and endurance. It uses big motors and 3D printed PCTPE blade guards, perfect for bando and racing. They have so much confidence in this drone that they requested me to...

HGLRC Rekon 6 HD: Ultra-light long-range GPS FPV drone

Photo of Rekon 6 HD
A few months ago, HGLRC contacted me regarding the possibility tor review their upcoming Rekon 6 HD long-range drone. At that time I didn't own a compatible DJI FPV Goggles V2 so I turned down their offer respectfully. In addition to Caddx Nebula Nano camera, it can be equipped with a GoPro, SMO 4K, or Insta360 GO 2 camera. The...

HGLRC Petrel 75 Whoop FPV combo kit

Photo of HGLRC Petrel 75
HGLRC's new micro Whoop is sold in 3 package options (RTF FPV combo kit, BNF, and PNP), and it is available with 2 power versions (1S/2S). The HGLRC Petrel 75 is a direct rival of the popular BetaFPV Cetus. The Petrel 75 Whoop is an excellent indoor learn-to-fly micro FPV drone. Thanks to the duct blade guards, it is very...

HGLRC Sector25 & Sector30 CR (HD) CineWhoops

Photo of HGLRC Sector25CR and Sector30CR
HGLRC just announced the upgraded versions of Sector132 and Sector150. They replaced the number in the product name from wheelbase size to propeller size. The HGLRC Sector25CR and Sector30CR are not just lighter but more powerful. Both size versions are available with analog and HD digital FPV systems. In comparison, analog editions have Caddx Ratel 2 FPV camera and...

HGLRC Petrel 120x Pro review: Furious Toothpick

Review of HGLRC Petrel 120x Pro drone
The HGLRC Petrel 120x Pro looks like a Furious Angry Bird and flies like a SpaceX rocket. Beginning with my first flight test I was impressed with the flight performance of this little Thootpick style 3" FPV drone. In a nutshell, a “Toothpick” is a very lightweight micro FPV drone, usually under 100 grams and without a battery. They are...

HGLRC Rekon 4: Micro Long-Rang FPV drone

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HGLRC just announced their third quadcopter from the Rekon Series. The HGLRC Rekon 4 micro long-range FPV drone is available with two FPV setups. While the 'Analog' edition comes equipped with Caddx Ratel2 camera and Zeus 800mW 5.8G VTX, 'Digital' version gas CADDX Nebula Nano camera and Caddx Vista HD VTX. Both editions feature a full-size stack (20x20mm) with...