The Hobbyking X650F is a high quality folding-arm quadcopter frame that offers great looks and performance at a price that can't be beat! Built from light weight yet rigid glass fiber and aluminum, the X650F offers a great combination of weight savings and strength.
This quad features folding arms which make it easy to transport and store. The arms are also two different colors for orientation, gold and black, so it's easy to keep your quad flying in the right direction. The glass fiber universal motor mounts will accommodate a wide range of motors and double as a vented ESC mount providing excellent cooling.
This quad frame sports extended landing skids which give you the ground clearance needed for carrying most cameras. It features a dual rail camera mount attachment. (Please see related items below for optional camera mount)
We offer a full line of multi-rotor electronics such as multi-rotor control board, ESC, motors and more, so it has never been easier or more affordable to get a quad in the air!
All necessary hardware is included, just add your own electronics.
Weight: 598g (frame only)
Ground clearance: 155mm (bottom of frame), 185mm (camera mount rails)
Motor Bolt Holes: 16~30mm
Your own 4 channel transmitter and receiver
Multi-Rotor control board
20~40A brushless ESC x 4
3S 2200~3000mAh lipoly battery
28/35 900-1100kv brushless motor x 4
9~11 inch propeller x 4 (2 standard/2 reverse rotation)
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This is a great multirotor! It went together with only a few difficulties. Don't try to build it without any instruction, google a build video to help you.
very nice and quality frame, only one hole was 1mm away. Seems quite strong frame
I really love this frame. Easy to put together. Don't put together until you can add your electronics or you will be taking it back apart. I wish it was a little taller between the levels. Not enough room for most transmitters, receivers or electronics that are packaged in a plastic case. Buying longer spacers would fix that. Legs are a bit bouncy and if you land hard, you will bounce up in the air. Arms do fold in which help with transporting. Over all, Im very happy with it.
war mein erster Multikopter nach einem Blade NanoQX.
Habe die Entscheidung nie bereut und wrde den Frame jedem Anfnger empfehlen. Allerdings sollte man als Neuling das Landegestell ab lassen und z. b. Moosgummi Kltze unter die Arme kleben.
Ist recht schwer aber dafr haltbar und liegt ruhiger in der Luft als ein voll carbon Rahmen.
Benutze den Rahmen jetzt fr Tests z. b. mit neuen Flight Controllern oder Firmware Versionen die noch im alpha Stadium sind .
Das wichtigste fast vergessen: mehr als genug Platz um schnell und unkompliziert ein Quad aufzubauen selbst mit allem mglichen an Zubehr
Im yousing the tunrigy D2830 1000Kv Motors with 30a HK ESC.
10x4,5 Props and the Multistar 4000mAh Packs.
As flight controller I got the DJI Naza.
Geting about 7 Minutes of flight time with a Gitup GIT2 on it.
But you can mount two 4000mAh Packs for a few minutes more flight time.
Im flying it without landing gear for saving some weight.
I really recommend this quad for any type of use.
I love this frame! It is well built and has handled several moderate crashes. The only complaints I have are that my ESCs do not fit in the space beneath the motors and I've had a some of the screws rattle loose while flying. The legs are quite springy and give some added cushion on rough landings, but the spring makes it difficult to land without bouncing. There is ample space on the rails to mount additional hardware. I've mounted a raspberry pi, video tx, 5A battery and a fatshark pan/tilt/roll camera rig on the rails. Excellent frame!
the frame is well made and strong. works well with 1000kv motor, 30a esc, naza lite, fpv, osd, 5000mah 3s, 10x4.5 prop. crashed landing few times and still holding up.
This is really nice frame for the money. Using AFRO 30 ESC and AX 2810Q 750KV motors. Build was simple even though no instructions were included, I found them on the INT warehouse site.
excellent frame, light but sturdy.
motor mounts are chunky and strong with no flex, much as is the rest of the frame.
As many have noted the legs are perhaps the only real flaw as their a little on the "light duty" side compared to the rest of the frame and tend to flex a little to much, that said they are still adequate enough to support the quad fully built a kitted out (minus any additional underslung gimbal).
That all said, my frame is currently fully kitted out and flying well with a full FPV setup on cheapo 1000kv outrunners and a dual battery rig without feeling the need to change out the landing gear for something more sturdy just yet (If the need arises there are plenty of low price options widely available to those that do feel the need)
ALL IN ALL, I heartily recommend this frame for LIGHT - MEDIUM lift builders (newcomers also as it can certainly take a few good mishandled bangs and survive... plus spare parts a readily available)
good quality. easy to build. but landing gears are not that good, they start stretching even when there is only a battery on the quad. expect the landing gear it has a nice frame.