Looking for a little more maneuverability from your next quadcopter? the HobbyKing™ Totem Q250 frame with downswept style arms that will produce a better CG and will increase the overall maneuverability with total yaw authority. The latest design also includes super tough glass filled nylon arms with vertical struts to reduce weight and increase the strength of each arm.
The new style arms have pre-molded landing skids to keep your setup simple, however the frame has additional mounting holes for FPV equipment etc. The lower deck of the Totem Q250 has an integrated printed distribution board (PDB) for neat and easy equipment installation.
The upper and lower deck spacing has been increased to allow for additional equipment to be fitted without ruining the aesthetics of your quadcopter.
• Glass filled nylon arms for increased strength and durability
• Lightweight arm design
• Integrated PDB for easy wiring and tidy installation
• Increased internal space for additional electronics/equipment
• Additional mounting holes for frame upgrades
Frame Diameter: 250mm
Frame Spacing: 30mm
Frame Weight: 108g
Material: Glass fiber (center plates), Nylon filled glass fiber (arms)
4 x 2208 / 2212 Size motors
4 x 5045 / 6045 Props
4 x 12~20amp ESC's
3s 2200mAH Battery
FPV Gear (optional)
1 x 3S 1300-1500mAh LiPoly battery
I bought this as my first quad. Apparently everyone is after dandy carbon frames that youtubers advertise but I wanted something different and cheaper so I went for the Totem Q250. And boy how happy I am. So I present you "Bloody Snowflake", my new 250 quad. I only changed the arms to a white set to match the white/red build theme that I had in mind. Very light frame (even lighter than some carbon frame of the same size), pretty sturdy, it has very very little horizontal flex in the arms. Depending on how you plan to mount the electronics and battery might be a tight fit or not. I decided to mount the battery inside the frame and the electronics on top and this becomes quite tight but I'm happy with the end result. Went for 2307/ 2200kv Racerstar motors, a 3s 1500mAh Graphene battery, Quanum Illuminati 32 flight controller and a 4in1 Racerstar 35A esc and I have to say this is great fun. Very stable, fast and I think it looks great. I really recommend this especially if you just starting in this hobby and learn to fly with this you don't have to worry about scratching, cracking or delaminating your expensive carbon frame. Just go nuts and enjoy. I've uploaded a few pics of it if anyone wonders how it looks like.
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