Floureon Racer 250 affordable all-in-one racer
I came across this Floureon Racer 250 racing quadcopter while I looked for the latest quadcopter news. Although I’m very busy preparing my baggage for a long week-end trip, I didn’t what to miss saying few words about this cheap racing quadcopter. So far I knew that Floureon manufactures only micro quadcopter so it was a pleasant surprise to find out about their first racer.
Like many other racing drones, the Floureon Racer 250 is also built around the popular NAZE32 6DOF flight controller.
In front of the quad there is located a 1000TVL camera which allows FPV flights through the 600mW transmitter. The real-time video feed can be displayed on the included 7″ FPV display. In my opinion it would have been a better option to include a FPV goggles.
The manufacturer opted to pair this racing quad with the FlySky FS-i6 transmitter, which is a nice entry level RC.
Being powered by a 1500 mAh battery, the advertised flight range of this Floureon Racer 250 quad is about 8-10 minutes. Those who need more fun time can purchase additionally a couple of spare batteries for only $ 15.
Floureon Racer 250 features and specs
- Robust carbon fiber frame;
- NAZE32 6DOF flight controller;
- 2204 2300KV brushless motors;
- BLHeli 20A ESCs (electronic speed controllers);
- Complete 5.8G FPV system;
- 1000TVL camera;
- About 8 – 10 minutes of flight autonomy.
Included with the Floureon Racer 250
- Carbon fiber frame with brushless motors, ESCs, PDB and FC;
- FlySky FS-i6 transmitter with neck strap;
- 3s 1500 mAh Li-Po battery;
- Balance battery charger;
- 1000TVL camera;
- 7″ FPV monitor;
- 1 set of spare propellers;
- User manual.
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I own the Eachine Racer 250 FPV racer, mainly it has the same specs at half price. In my opinion the Floureon Racer 250 is not so cheap
Right now, the Floureon RTF package at GB is about $35 cheaper than the RTF Eachine 250 at BG.