Quanum WISP 110 Micro Multirotor Frame
This is a great little Micro Quad frame with a wheelbase of just 110mm. It makes an excellent companion to our Quanum Pico flight controller. Very small brushed motors can be utilized as the power source with small 55mm propellers.
The lower plate is a fully carbon fiber section of 1mm thickness. The kit comes with red CNC aluminum posts. On these the top plate is fitted with an extra plate added to fit you FPV camera.
If you want to use larger 60mm propellers, then remove the extra plate and flip the quad over to allow more room for the larger propellers.
An easy build to get you buzzing in no time.
• Small wheelbase 110m
• Tough 1mm carbon fiber lower frame
• Versatile frame allows up to 60mm propellers
• Rubber motor mounts to ease vibration
Motor Diameter: 8.5mm
Dimensions: 102 x 96 x 18mm
Bare Weight: 11g
1 x Quanum Wisp Frame
1 x Manual
1 x 250~950mAh 1S LiPoly Battery
4 x 8mm motors
4 x 55~60m propellers (CW, CCW)
1 x Flight Controller (recommended Quanum Pico)
4 x ESC’s (not needed if using Quanum Pico FC)
1 x 5-6 channel RX/TX
1 x FPV package (optional)
The motor mounts are too big and moves... Unusable...Neat little frame. Loose grommets though, replaced them with daitone grommets from a daitone beta frame.I waited a while to write my review, figured I'd wait till I managed to break it or at least had several good attempts.
So about 20 or 30 good crashes later, my frame is still great, yeah there are some small scatches, but nothing broke frame wise. Motors, I've broken 5 crashing into stuff(like my house and car, concrete, bitumen) with this frame, and 1 battery. But the frame is still good. I'd give 5 stars, but the grommet fit is bad(even if it is an easy fix), and it would also need 2.5mm more prop clearance to the standoffs for a 5 star from me.
BUT, I really like this little frame, one of my current faves.Just got my Wisp kit and Hobby King 8.5mm brushed motors. The fit of the motor grommets to the frame is very sloppy. Will definitely need to be filled somehow. Or find different grommets. Might try wrapping the motors with some electrical tape or heat shrink and shove them in to expand the grommets. Could also glue in the grommets with silicone glue. Hobby King needs to either include the correct grommets or make the cutouts in the frame smaller. Neat concept. Poor execution..Really nice frame.
Get rid of the heavy (1.5mm fiberglass) top plate and studs, the lower frame itself weighs only 6g!
Plenty of room for camera vtx