hello everyone, if you want a small, light, powerful, inexpensive, and easy to maintain and bind drone then you can only buy the meteor65. it flies great, fast and accurate, indoors and outdoors.I use it with Literadio3 Pro, and in a few days it has become my favorite drone. advice, take at least 4 other batteries already with the purchase. The range of the video signal already at 100mw is very good.Only the image quality could be improved, but it's already good A piece of advice, take it immediately because in winter it will be your N1 pastime
Even as a 5''-Racing-Fan, I really love this tiny quad!
Although it is a ducted fan design, it has quite a throttle punch. And taking it around edges and corners is off the charts.
So, one can say that is performs really well as a stock Whoop. I for one will leave it stock. There is nothing to tune about it.
Okay, perhaps I will have change the batteries in a few months, but the ones betafpv sells are doing just fine: They have power in abundance at 3.8 Volts for the first minute, stay at 3.5 Volts for around two minutes and within the last minute, they finally drop off. They feel nice until the last minute.
But, there is a downside: I do not dare to leave it doing nothing until the battery dies, because the PCBs need the airflow to stay cool. Otherwise, the VTX turns hot; even on 25mW.
It`s a great whoop! I love it a lot comparing to my Cetus X flying inside. But one of the wires unplugged and I try to solder it and now FC is dead probably ) Thinking about byuing new or try Mobula7
Recently brought this whoop and I love it. Has fair amount of flight time because of ~94KHz esc and, ofc, the motors. Shipped INCREDIBLY FAST. In just two weeks it was in Lithuania. Feels like a 5-inch, but inside (and that's a really good point). Thank you, BetaFpv!