The Eachine Novice-II is an RTF (ready to fly) FPV drone kit. It comes with everything you need – the drone, radio controller, FPV goggles, batteries and charger. If you are new and don’t know what to buy, or you just want a drone you can easily carry around, you might want to check this out.
The Eachine EV300D is an appealing option as a budget slimline FPV goggles, with its unique “quad-versity receiver system”. Let’s find out what features it has to offer, and how it compares to other competitions on the market.
Here is a quick walk though how to build the Eachine Tyro69 Toothpick Micro Quad, and some thoughts after flying it a few times. The Tyro69 is probably the cheapest DIY FPV drone kit you can get on Banggood.
Looking for a video transmitter for your tiny whoop or toothpick micro quad builds? Check out the Eachine Nano VTX – not only it’s the smallest VTX I’ve tested, but also capable of up to 400mW!
The Eachine RedDevil micro quad is basically the Sailfly with some improvements. I believe it’s also made by Happymodel, and rebranded by Eachine. Is it worth the extra over the Sailfly? Let’s find out.
If you fly alone or in small groups, then there is absolutely no point spending so much money on VTX’s with fancy names. I recently tested the Eachine TX805, and I think it’s one of the best value VTX’s you can get in 2019.
Onboard DVR is a way to record FPV videos in the best possible quality without all the signal interference from your VTX, by installing a DVR in your mini quad or any RC model really.
I bought the Eachine E013 micro quadcopter for a friend who wants to get into FPV flying, and I thought it might be a good idea to give it a go myself and do a mini review. :) So here we go!
The Eachine Pro58 diversity module is designed for Fatshark FPV Goggles, and it’s only $26! With the custom Achilles Plus firmware, how does this module compare to other high end diversity options in the FPV market?
The Eachine SpeedyBee SEC FPV camera is a new budget option for racing drones. While popular light weight, micro size FPV cameras such as the Runcam Micro Swift 2 and Foxeer Micro Arrow can cost between $30 to $35, the Eachine Speedy Bee might be a cheaper alternative at the $20 price range.
The Eachine Goggles Two is review by IntoFPV member “Tom BD Bad”. Many thanks to BangGood for providing this item for the review.