This tiny yet brilliantly designed Micro-Quad features an integrated PCB frame, Simply bolt on the motors then solder your choice of 6amp ESC directly to the frame!
An integrated power distribution system is also included making for one of the neatest electronics installs around. All mounting hardware and frame components are included in the kit. All you will require to have this little monster in the air is four Turnigy T1811-2900kv motors, four 6Amp ESCs, a set of 5x3 Micro-quad props (2 Clock wise and 2 counter clockwise) an 800mah 2s 7.4v Lipoly battery, a HobbyKing Multi-rotor control board and your own transmitter and receiver (Tx/Rx).
Light weight design.
Integrated PCB for component installation.
Included a full set of frame and mounting hardware.
Flying Weight: 145g (not including RX and battery)
4 x Turnigy T1811-2900kv
4 x 6Amp ESC
4 x 5x3 Prop (2CW & 2CCW)
1 x HobbyKing Multi-Rotor Control Board
1 x 800Mah 2s 7.4v Lipoly battery
16 x M2x8 Bolts (for motor)
16 x M2 lock nuts (for motor)
Your own radio and 4 channel receiver.
This PCB frame is a piece of crap. It could not survive 30cm fall - after that one motor mount was broken.
This construction has a major design flaw: the hole for motor wires are placed inline with the end of the ribs - which are too short and to thin.
Maybe my frame was faulty, but when You look closer this is not sturdy FR-4
If You must have a microquad, go buy black one with integrated ESC and BECFlew great until I crashed it from 5 feet off the ground. The motor mount is not sturdy and broke clean off. The motor mount design saved a 50 cent prop but cost me a 15 dollar frame.Fun little quad but kind of a pain to do all that soldering. 34 of them all together including the battery connecter. Plenty of room for a 50mm FC and RX. Indoor flyer for sure.It is well made and all, but the construction is deeply flawed. The motor mounts will break off at first impact, since someone made the bad decision to put a hole at the thinnest point. There are only a few millimeters of PCB on each side of the hole. You can easily snap it off without applying much force at all.
If you glue something on top of the hole, the complete arm will break off at the base, tearing the copper laminate. It is easy enough to repair with thin CA and some jumper wires, but the repaired places breaks even easier.
I strongly suggest building your own frame out of some scrap plywood and four 1/16 (8mm) wood spars or buying a more robust frame kit.Great PCB frame, lightweight with the 1811 - 2900 motors, 5x3 props, KK2 FCB, 2S 800mAh LiPo. About 6 min flight time indoors and fast and mild acro outdoors with 6 mins. I will get a 1300 mAh 2S with my next order, the little beast can handle these LiPos easily. Great for any place at any time flying and having fun.very good quad ! good shippingGood frame kit, easy to assemble, werry helpful with the onboard pcb for power destribution. Did not fly yet because of propeler problems, hope to get it in the air soon.nice and small quad... nice to fly indoors... really impress with the way it was packed!!!Cool Gadget this Frame but the Motor Extensions are a bit fragile. Just Stiffen the end connections with 2k Epoxy and nothing will break. Even with hard Landings.This little frame is delivered in a surprisingly flat envelope! It may seem a bit fragile at first but some of the pieces interlock and a few drops of CA later the frame is quite sturdy.
I like the dome on top that will protect your control board in the event of a crash.
I also like the bars between the legs of the structure where you can easily strap a battery.