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DYS Shark-Mako: The BEST 3S RTF Quad You Can Buy!

The new Shark Mako is the second complete ready-to-fly (RTF) drone setup that DYS has put together. Their first was the DYS Elf and it remains one of our favorite brushless micro FPV setups.  In many ways, the DYS Shark Mako is the upgraded version of the Elf. This larger micro FPV quad has some…

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Makerfire Shark: An All-in-One FPV Solution with Altitude Hold

The Makerfire Shark is a very good beginner FPV drone. It is an excellent indoor Tiny Whoop and the best feature is that it comes in a complete all-in-one package. You will get the drone, a remote and even a pair of FPV goggles. It is very similar to the super-popular Eachine E013. What else does…

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Eachine QX65, A Tiny Whoop with Solid Upgrades

The Eachine QX65 is one of the newer and more inexpensive Tiny Whoops out there. This little whoop has a pretty solid camera and some high RPM motors. They have added OSD and a tiltable camera. Is it the right indoor quad for you? Let’s take a closer look. Eachine QX65 We’ve been turned off…

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Eachine M80S: This is the Indoor FPV Quad You’ve Been Waiting for…

The Eachine M80S is officially our new favorite Indoor FPV (first person view) drone and it may also be the best drone for learning how to fly FPV and acro. It is small, yet powerful. It is lightweight, but also extremely durable. You can activate altitude hold and keep it stable, but you can also have…

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GoolRC T36S: Think E010 with Acro

The GoolRC T36S is a tiny whoop style micro quad on an F3 flight controller. This tiny quad has a 65mm wheelbase and sports a 800TVL camera. How does it stack up? Let’s take a look. Right now there is a coupon from TomTop that lowers the price to $49.99. Enter HTY6GC at checkout. What…

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Turbowing Cherokee Whoop 95S: A Ducted Quad with FULL ACRO

The Turbowing Cherokee Whoop 95S is a large ducted FPV micro drone. It was built to look a lot like an Inductrix, but is larger with an 80 mm wheelbase. It has more powerful 720 motors making it a lot more fun to fly than an Inductrix, E010 and even the E011. The Cherokee Whoop…

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Jumper T8SG: The Universal Remote for Drones

If you have a lot of drones, chances are you have a lot of remote transmitters. It is a hassle that there are so many different protocols out there: DSMX, ACCST, S-FHSS, AFHDS2A, the list goes on. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had one remote that could control them all? Now there is, the Jumper…

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Furibee H801: WiFi FPV Tiny Whoop with an HD Camera

Furibee has come up with a WiFi FPV quadcopter with the size and style of a Tiny Whoop. They put a 720p 2 MP HD camera under the hood. Furibee took their popular F36 ducted quadcopter and added a nice FPV WiFi camera. The Furibee H801 is shaped like a cute grasshopper. This little quad is…

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Save up to 50% this Black Friday on Drones

Black Friday from DJI DJI is running some great deals this Black Friday. Whether you are looking for an awesome professional quality Inspire 2, a super portable Mavic, a versatile Phantom 4, a tiny Spark or a high-value Phantom 3, DJI has it all and they are chopping prices this Black Friday. Save $100 off the Spark…

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Inductrix Pro: The Highly Anticipated Upgrade

The original Inductrix FPV was a good quad for those who wanted to get into flying FPV without having to build their own drone or solder on a camera. It was, however, a flawed machine. With a frame as strong as five-year-old ramen noodles and barely enough power to get off the ground, the original…

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