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Kingkong Fly Egg 130 Camera Racing Drone with Piko BLX FC and FLYSKY Receiver (PNF)

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Kingkong Fly Egg 130 Camera Racing Drone with Piko BLX FC and FLYSKY Receiver (PNF)


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The Kingkong Fly Egg 130 is an eggcellent (excuse the pun!!) small fun fly or racing drone that will give you hours of enjoyment in a very small package. The Fly Egg 130 is extremely durable and has great crashability due to its 2.5mm carbon base frame and arms and the egg-shaped side frames that are made from 7075 aviation-grade aluminum. Couple this with durable props, whip antenna, a lightweight and you would be hard-pressed to break it in a crash, it is virtually indestructible.

This is the plug n fly version that comes with a FLYSKY receiver, 4 in 1 10A 2/3S A10 ESC which supports MULTISHOT, ONESHOT, and DSHOT. Also included is a PIKO BLX flight controller with the latest Betaflight firmware, an 800 TVL 150° camera with adjustable tilt angle, 4 x XT1104-7500Kv motors which are fully enclosed, 1 x 7.4v 550mah LiPo battery, 2 sets of 2840 props, 1 set yellow and 1 set white, set of prop guards. Supplied as well are an onboard low battery warning buzzer, rear addressable LED lights, USB cable for re-flashing, a tool for undoing the props, a spare rubber strap for the battery, and 4 x motor protection seats. The Fly Egg 130 also comes with a 16ch 5.8GHz 25mW or 100mW switchable VTX which comes preset to 25mW, to change this to 100mW it does require a small amount of soldering. All in all, this is a great little package that will have you flying in minutes at a price that is extremely affordable.

• Plug n fly
• Flysky receiver
• 7075 aviation-grade aluminum side frames
• 2.5mm carbon base frame and arms
• Extremely durable
• Small and lightweight
• Flexible whip antenna
• PIKO BLX flight controller with latest Betaflight firmware
• A10 4 in 1 ESC that supports MULTISHOT, ONESHOT, and DSHOT
• 16ch 5.8GHz 25mW/100mW switchable VTX
• Adjustable camera angle
• Fully enclosed motors
• Low battery warning buzzer
• Rear LED lights
• Prop guards

Model: Fly Egg 130 PNF
Wheelbase: 130mm
Fly Tower: 20 x 20mm
Receiver: Flysky
Flight Controller: PIKO BLX with Betaflight firmware
ESC: A10 4 in 1 10A
Motors: 4 x XT1104-7500Kv brushless motors
Propellers: 2840
Camera: CM231 800TVL with 150° lens
VTX: 16ch 5.8GHz 25~100mW switchable (see list of transmitting frequencies below)
Battery: 7.4V 550mAH 80C
Weight: 77.5g (without battery or receiver)

VTX Transmitting Frequencies:
Band 1: 5658 / 5705 / 5790 / 5806MHz
Band 2: 5695 / 5740 / 5820 / 5843MHz
Band 3: 5732 / 5760 / 5860 / 5880MHz
Band 4: 5769 / 5780 / 5917 / 5945MHz

1 x Kingkong Fly Egg 130 PNF with FLYSKY receiver
1 x 7.4V 550mAH 80C LiPo battery
4 x Spare propellers
1 x Propeller removing tool
4 x Prop guards
1 x Spare battery retaining band
4 x Motor protectors
1 x USB cable (for updating Betaflight firmware)
1 x User manual

Flysky compatible transmitter
Suitable LiPo battery charger
FPV goggles or monitor with 5.8GHz receiver

Note: User manual available under the "Files" tab.

  • Capacity (mAh) 550.00
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Graham | Verified Buyer

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Great Little 3" Quadcopter.

Dec 03, 2018

Excellent little Quadcopter,
No Osd and doesn't fit the standard micro cameras but it has great performance even on 2s batteries.
If you buy the Flysky version it ships with the Rx2a receiver in ppm which has no failsafe function.
Move the white signal wire on the receiver from the ppm pad to the sbus pad.
Next move the same white signal wire on the Fc from the ppm pad to Rx3. (the one next to it).
In the Betaflight ports tab turn on Serial rx for UART 3 save and reboot.
In the Configurator tab set the receiver mode to "serial based receiver" and the serial provider to IBUS, save and reboot.
You should then have failsafe.

Hotwire | Verified Buyer

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Excellent 3 inch quadcopter

Apr 18, 2018

It's cheap for 2 reasons , No OSD and its doesn't fit and Runcam micro.
Performance makes up for both of these little issues. It flies way better than anyone would expect from such a cheap little quad. It's also really quite, which love because it doesn't upset other people in the parks where I fly. Batteries are $7 each
Even if you are after a cheap fun micro quad this is it.

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