The design team at HobbyKing ™ have been busy designing the ultimate H-style 250 frame that combines all of the best features of our most popular frames!
The H-King Color 250 Class FPV Racing Drone series frames are literally maxed out with innovative features that the racing fraternity has been screaming out for! The H-King Color Frames are manufactured from glass filled nylon which makes the frame super strong yet flexible
enough to take the everyday knocks and inevitable high-speed collisions.
The upper deck of the H-King Color frames are also manufactured from toughened nylon which has a honeycomb / ribbed pattern to reduce weight and increase durability. The upper deck also includes a camera mount for your Mobius or similar camera system along with vibration reducing damping balls to give you the best possible flight footage.
The printed distribution board (PDB) has a built in 5-volt BEC making it perfect for OPTO ESC's and for powering your other electronics etc. The PDB is easy to mount and simply slots over the molded tabs and is secured by the upper deck frame stacks.
The frame provides excellent mounting and securing points for your electronics such as, ESC mounting points, Internal FPV camera mount and the latest FPV Tx mounting solution! the frame offers a fixed upright position for your FPV Tx (up to 600mW size) in the event of a collision the load is placed on the SMA fitting rather than the PCB which could save your TX!
The arms of the H-King 250 are upswept which improves stability and provides faster forward flight, the arms also feature built-in molded landing gear.
The Frame has 16x19mm and 14x12mm motor mounting options which means you can fit a multitude of motors ranging from 1704 to 2204 sizes.
• Manufactured from super strong and flexible glass filled nylon
• Mobius style upper camera mount with vibration damping
• Internal Camera mount option
• Easy fit printed distribution board with 5 Volt BEC
• Protective FPV Tx mount built-in
• ESC mounting points
• Upswept arm for improved stability and faster forward flight
• Built-in molded landing gear
• Suits 1704 to 2204 size motors
Material: Glass Filled Nylon
Frame Size: 250mm
Frame Weight: 130g (with PDB)
Frame Height: 65mm
Bolt Hole Spacing: 16x19mm / 14x12mm
H-King Color 250 frame
1 x Printed distribution board
8 x Props
4 x Damping balls
4 x Motors 1704~2204
1 x Battery 1300~2200mah 11.1V (3S LiPoly)
4 x ESC’s 7~12A
Flight Controller of your choice
a lot like the King Kong frames and just a durable. Easy to assemble and get to everything once outfitted3 crashes and broke 2 frames so far. Arms break fairly easily and when you see where it breaks it's easy to see why, only 3 small points of contact so is always going to break at same point and easily. I will be going with different frame in future. Fun while they last...sadly they don't.Used this frame to build my first racer. For powerplant i use KingKong Force 200 set (Too bad i got the kingkong set from other site because the CC3D was broken)
Now that i can fly thank's to a friend wo gave his old working one i think this frame is good. Motor angles are slightly inwards tilted so it is easy to to fly (for me) and the frame is quite strong. Haven't crashed with it so don't know to talk about that but feels strong. Actually a little lighter too as far as i have looked the carbon frames. All carbons are a little bit more gramms.Sure they are inexpensive, but do not let the price point fool you. I used this with the KK Mini board and it fits perfectly on the Power Distribution Board. Place your receiver on the upper deck upside down and then your camera in the front with the FPV transmitter in the back. Great entry level frame.Love these little HK 250s. Tough as nails. I got this for my son after getting myself a red one. Using the KK2.1 mini (fits perfect into the FC mount), LD power 1806 race spec motor/esc kit. I have hit everything I can around my yard, my son has hit multiple things and it just takes it. Couldn't be happier with these quads. GREAT frame!I like this one. Very easy to build, handles nice. Perfect for a first racing quad.
The arms can break next to the motor from a 7meter drop. This was on a black frame, orange may be tougher like how orange props are tougher. Dont ask me why, im not a chemist. Good value and simple. See files for photo of build.For a 250 quad made of plastic i must say its very rigid and sturdy. Although it looks fragile but i must say its a budget 250 quad great for begginers as well as pro i this domain. What i really like is the upsweapt arms which gives better stability and flying manouversI love this frame. It has survived several crashes including 2 head-ons into trees. Quite tough, light and easy to assemble. The only weakness is that you can't change the arms out, but the base frame is so cheap anyway so you can just buy a couple of spares. There's not a lot of room to use stand-offs with the FPV cam either but I can live with that as I use a cheap cam anyway.This is not very good frame. The Power distribution board was bad and caused me to also burn up my Naze32. It had the voltage crossed. the 12 volt was 5 volts and the 5 volts was 12 volts. when I plugged my Naze32 into the 5 volt it burned up. There is no room on the frame to mount eveything due to the arms are part of the bottom frame and are not flat on the frame. The camera mount is not made to tilt the camera. the frame is strong but look elsewhere for a different frame.just built one of these frames, used the afro 12a esc's along with the DYS 2300KV motors. naze32 FC....1300 3S batt. I am not a hardcore quad flyer yet. but this thing cruised around the field so easy. no bad surprises. I think i'll build another !