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Spedix S250AQ Carbon Fiber Drone w/CC3D PDB Motor ESC Propellers (ARF)

Spedix S250AQ Carbon Fiber Drone w/CC3D PDB Motor ESC Propellers (ARF)

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Spedix S250AQ Carbon Fiber Drone w/CC3D PDB Motor ESC Propellers (ARF)

Are you feed-up with building and looking for a great value 250 drone that doesn’t need building? Then the Spedix S250AQ is the quadcopter for you. It comes with all the great features including already installed Sunnsky motors, Spedix speed controllers, CC3D flight controller and Spedix PDB all ohigh-qualitylity Spedix frame.

The CC3D Flight controller provides a crisp feel when doing extreme flying. The Spedix ESC’s are flashed with SimonK program for quick response, smooth throttle, low running temperature. They also come with a bright red or green LED’s to make it easy to determine the orientation of the multirotor. The Sunnsky motors give you a great turn of speed.

The high quality pure carbon fiber and high strength ABS resin frame construction improves both the handling and crash resistance. The light weight helps with the get up and go and agile handling.

The Spedix S250AQ is supplied complete with a full set of props, prop adapters and all fixtures and fittings.  

Features:
• Powerful Sunnysky 2204 2300KV motors
• Pre-tuned CC3D flight control system
• Round 12A SimonK program ESCs
• Power distribution board (with XT60 connector)
• Flashed with SimonK program, quick response, smooth throttle
• Has a bright LED lights to indicate the orientation of a multirotor
• Pure carbon fiber and high strength ABS resin construction

Frame Kit Specs:
Materials: Pure carbon fiber and high strength ABS resin
Wheelbase: 280mm
Dimensions: 260x210x90mm
Frame weight: 143g

Motor Specs:
Item Name: Sunnysky 2204 2300KV brushless motor
Height: 28mm (to top of shaft)
Width: 27mm
Weight: 21g
Battery: 2-3S Lipoly
RPM: 2300KV

Power Distribution Board Specs:
Input: 3-4s Lipoly
Output: 5V@3A and 12V@3A
Dimensions: 50x50x5.5mm
Weight: 22.5g (include aluminum plate)

Flight Controller Specs:
Type: CC3D
Input voltage: 4.8-6.0V
Dimensions: 39x39x12mm
Weight: 14g

ESC Specs:
Item Name: Round 12A ESC
Input voltage: 2-4S LiPoly battery
Continuous current: 12A (Max 18A@10S)
Dimensions: Φ23x5.5mm (exclude capacitor)
Weight:13.5g
Firmware: SimonK

Included:
1 x S250AQ frame kit
1 x CC3D flight controller
4 x 2204 2300kv brushless motor
2 x Round 12A SimonK program ESC with red LED
2 x Round 12A SimonK program ESC with green LED
1 x Power distribution board (with XT60 connector)
2 x 5045 cw propeller
2 x 5045 ccw propeller
1 x Standoff Set for controller and power distribution board
1 x Battery strap

Required:
1300-2200mah 3S LiPoly battery
5-6 channel TX/RX

  • SKU 647000010-0
  • Brand Spedix
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 600.0000
  • Packaging Length 240.00
  • Packaging Width 55.00
  • Packaging Height 164.00
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This is not a ARF version as promised.
Description .... great value 250 drone that doesn't need building is wrong.
The answer of HobbyKing : if I'm not able to built it I should send it back.

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This is not a ARF version as promised.
Description .... great value 250 drone that doesn't need building is wrong.
The answer of HobbyKing : if I'm not able to built it I should send it back.

The only problem that I had was that half of the screws were stripped out. I bought a spare frame and used those screws to complete the quad. At $99 I also just bought a spare drone for parts. Other than the screws this thing flies really well. Very responsive and stable with the CC3D using LibrePilot.

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The only problem that I had was that half of the screws were stripped out. I bought a spare frame and used those screws to complete the quad. At $99 I also just bought a spare drone for parts. Other than the screws this thing flies really well. Very responsive and stable with the CC3D using LibrePilot.

As other reviews have addressed, the screws are horrible. I could only use about half of them as the other half were stripped out straight out of the box(the supposed 1.5mm head). Luckily I had some from another spedix I could use to complete the build. While setting up the quad in openpilot, one motor or esc is bad(again straight out of the box). Three spin nicely while one just clicks. I have spares but cannot check because I cant get screws off now(due to being stripped). I am stuck with a $100 paper weight right now. I cannot recommend Hobby King due to their zero quality control...there's a reason they're cheaper.

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As other reviews have addressed, the screws are horrible. I could only use about half of them as the other half were stripped out straight out of the box(the supposed 1.5mm head). Luckily I had some from another spedix I could use to complete the build. While setting up the quad in openpilot, one motor or esc is bad(again straight out of the box). Three spin nicely while one just clicks. I have spares but cannot check because I cant get screws off now(due to being stripped). I am stuck with a $100 paper weight right now. I cannot recommend Hobby King due to their zero quality control...there's a reason they're cheaper.

Great quad, easy to build, setup and fly. I had to replace some of the hardware due to the sloppy tolerances. CC3D is a custom version and has dedicated SBUS port (nice). Use Librepilot (new supported project), not Openpilot (not supported anymore). Replacement parts are inexpensive. Quad flies with enough power on 3S for sport flying, have not tried 4S yet. My only complaint is the somewhat cramped area for mounting battery, video Tx and vid antenna, compared to other FPV 250 quads. Overall a great quad for the money.

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Great quad, easy to build, setup and fly. I had to replace some of the hardware due to the sloppy tolerances. CC3D is a custom version and has dedicated SBUS port (nice). Use Librepilot (new supported project), not Openpilot (not supported anymore). Replacement parts are inexpensive. Quad flies with enough power on 3S for sport flying, have not tried 4S yet. My only complaint is the somewhat cramped area for mounting battery, video Tx and vid antenna, compared to other FPV 250 quads. Overall a great quad for the money.

Ok, So this quad seemed like a good deal, and I still think it was. It has more performance than I expected (this is my first 250 size), and it shocked me a bit on first flight (4s). I would not suggest it as a first quad, but i would suggest it as a step up for someone.

As for quality and design, the hidden esc's and wiring are nice and works, the frame plate seem tough. The fixing hardware(screws) are not the best, the hex heads can round/wear easily if tightened much, I replaced them all. The arms while plastic seem strong(I've hit some....trees, ground, my car......), and the spare parts are cheap. The included pdb is nice if a little heavy, but it makes assembly very easy.

The included cc3d works well, even If I'm a total noob with it....The esc's seem to be good, motors and esc are not really even warm after a few 2200mah packs, flying in 35c to 38c temps too.

Overall I like this quad.

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Ok, So this quad seemed like a good deal, and I still think it was. It has more performance than I expected (this is my first 250 size), and it shocked me a bit on first flight (4s). I would not suggest it as a first quad, but i would suggest it as a step up for someone.

As for quality and design, the hidden esc's and wiring are nice and works, the frame plate seem tough. The fixing hardware(screws) are not the best, the hex heads can round/wear easily if tightened much, I replaced them all. The arms while plastic seem strong(I've hit some....trees, ground, my car......), and the spare parts are cheap. The included pdb is nice if a little heavy, but it makes assembly very easy.

The included cc3d works well, even If I'm a total noob with it....The esc's seem to be good, motors and esc are not really even warm after a few 2200mah packs, flying in 35c to 38c temps too.

Overall I like this quad.

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