Eachine uz65 vs mobula 6

Eachine UZ65 vs Mobula 6

The Eachine UZ 65 was built to compete against the Mobula 6. They are both brushless tiny whoops and share a handful of components. They do however have a few key differences. Let’s break them down.

Eachine UZ65

The Eachine UZ65 has the same 19,000KV, 0802 brushless motors as the Mobula 6 but instead of pushing 31 mm props it has larger 35 mm propellers. That is probably the most striking difference. In order to do this, it uses a different F4 flight controller that is a curved diamond shape. The Crazybee F4 on the UZ65 doesn’t have a built-in VTX so it has a separate one that is switchable from 25 mw to 100 mw. This again is different than the Mobula 6. That adds a couple of grams to the overall weight of the UZ65. Both quads use the RunCam Nano 3, but the UZ 65 has a different mount and holds it more securely and produces less jello.

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The Eachine UZ65 has a built-in FrSky SPI receiver. However, you can also get one with a Crossfire, Spektrum or Flysky receiver. That will add a couple of grams to the quad.  My version was the FrSky one, and I found my range to be about 100 meters or so with my RadioMaster TX16S.

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The frame on the UZ 65 is different. It looks more aggressive in my opinion and was patterned after the Mobula 7. However, it tends to produce a little bit more yaw washout on freestyle maneuvers when flying in acro. While I understand most people don’t pick up tiny whoops to fly acro it is something to note.

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The Eachine UZ65 is a standard 65 mm tiny whoop. It weighs 22 grams to the Mobula 6’s 20 grams. That may not seem like a lot, but keep in mind that it is 10% heavier. Think about a standard 200lb guy, if he gained 20 lbs would he notice?

Mobula 6 vs Eachine UZ 65

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Both of these are excellent little 1S tiny whoops.  I have only flown the 19,000 KV version of the Mobula 6 so I can’t compare the 24,000 KV version to the UZ65. The UZ65 has the edge when it comes to power but the Mobula 6 has the edge when it comes to maneuverability. Overall I think both of these are excellent tiny whoops. If you are looking for a good indoor flyer that you can take outside occasionally I think it is hard to go wrong with either. The UZ65 is $85 and you’ll get four 300 mah batteries, an extra set of props, charger, and a tiny carrying case. That’s not a bad place to start. The Mobula 6 comes in a similar package and is $91.

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