GEPRC TinyGO RTF FPV bundle (Drone + RC + Goggles)

Photo of GEPRC TinyGO

The new GEPRC TinyGO micro size brushless Whoop is available with two types of FPV cameras (Caddx Loris and Runcam Nano2). Both versions are sold in a ready-to-fly bundle package with an included transmitter, FPV goggles, 4 batteries, and charger.

TinyGO is built on a 79mm size frame with duct blade protectors. Its tiny 10000Kv motors are paired with 1.6-inch propellers. The real-time image transmission is achieved by using a 5.8GHz 25~200mW VTX.

According to the advertised specs, with a fully charged battery, you have up to 6 minutes of flight time. As I previously mentioned, the TinyGO is packed with 4 flight batteries and a 4 channel charger, which allows more than 20 minutes of continuous playtime.

Price and avialibility

Starting with January 3, 2021, both GEPRC TinyGO variants can be ordered from Banggood. While for the Caddx edition, you will need to pay $279.99, for the RunCam edition $219.99 (60 backs less). No matter which version you choose, it comes with a nice carrying case that fits all the stuff.


GEPRC TinyGO drone features

  • Ready-to-Fly FPV bundle kit (drone, transmitter, and FPV goggles);
  • Two camera options (Caddx Loris 4K@60fps or Runcam Nano2);
  • No propellers in view;
  • 79mm size frame with Whoop style duct blade protectors;
  • GEP-12A-F4 flight controller with BetaFlight OSD;
  • GR1102 10000Kv motors with 1.6″ GEMFAN 1636 4-leaf propellers;
  • 5.8G 25~200mW VTX;
  • 1S LIPO compatible (about 6 minutes of flight time).

GEPRC GR8 Remote Controller specs

  • Radio Frequency: 2.4GHz;
  • Radio Protocol: FHSS;
  • Channel: 8;
  • Transmit Power: < 20 dBm;
  • Antenna: In-built dual Antenna;
  • Low Voltage Alarm: < 4.8v;
  • Batteries: 4 x AA Batteries (Not Included).

GEPRC FPV RG1 Goggles specs

  • Built-in 5.8G receiver;
  • Resolution: 800*480px;
  • Size of Screen: 4.3 inch;
  • Whole Size: 155mmx144mmx113mm;
  • In-built batteries: 3.7v/2000mAh;
  • Working Hours: 2.5 Hours.

GEPRC TinyGO combo box content

Box content (included accessories with GEPRC TinyGO drone)

  • GEPRC GR8 Transmitter;
  • GEPRC FPV RG1 Goggle;
  • 1S/4.35v 4 channel LiHV charger;
  • 4 pieces of GEPRC LiHV 4.35v 80C batteries;
  • Battery strap;
  • 2 pairs of Gemfan 1636*4 propellers;
  • GEPRC Fly bag.


Photo of TinyGO LED

GEPRC TinyGO LED editon

The new pimped TinyGO comes with RGB LED padding on its duct blade protectors. Probably in daylight, they are barely visible, but during the night the LEDs will make your flights much spectacular.


  1. Hi guys,
    Can anybody suggest an FPV drone that I can use to learn how to do aerial acrobatics? I’m looking for something that isn’t too pricey, and it has a transmitter included. Want to learn how to fly a drone first before I purchase a more serious race quad.

  2. Hello everyone! I’m new to FPV, and I was thinking to start with GEPRC TinyGO combo RTF kit. Do you guys recommend it?

    • beware. mine came completely unbalanced and the accelerometer needed reset on Betaflight. Goggles would not connect because they were set to PIT and Low Power cut off which I also had to adjust in BF. Goggles still connect only when they feel like it. I cannot get the SD card I bought (recommended Sandisk Extreme) to record video now that I got it to fly. it’s been nearly 9 days of struggle. GepRC on chat with me every day with a new “fix”, and they refuse to send me a replacement. RTF = Really Trying to Fly.

  3. I’m looking to purchase my first FPV drone with the aim of one day doing some cinematography videos. Is this a good drone to start flying as a beginner?

    • Hey man, I purchased this drone directly from the supplier in China, and he told me it’s not possible to use it with a sim, which is unfortunate but seeing as it’s a whoop I’m purchasing I’m not too bummed… I already got a couple of hours of practice with a regular controller


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