This article lists the popular components and setups for 3″ toothpick micro drones, pre-built models, and tips that improve performance and experience.
Here is a round up of all the LiPo batteries I tested for micro drones in 1S, 2S, 3S and 4S with capacity from 250mAh, 300mAh, 450mAh to 650mAh. Performance is based on maximum discharge rate and value, to determine which are the best for tiny whoops and micro quad.
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.
This is the BetaFPV Meteor65 Tiny Whoop review, but I also want to introduce you the new BT2.0 battery connector that is on this tiny little FPV drone. The BT2.0 is a new battery connector for 1S LiPo that are supposed to be better than the classic PH2.0.
The BetaFPV HX115 is a 3″ light weight ripper that can be powered by 3S and 4S batteries. The HD version is equipped with a Runcam Split Nano, capable of shooting 1080p 60FPS footage.
This article aims to help you get into 2.5″ ultralight micro quads (aka Toothpicks). There are pre-built models and you can also build from scratch. I will explain how to choose the right components and setup, and give you some tips and accessories that might make life easier.
Here are the pre-built toothpick (ultra-light micro quad) that I have tested so far. I will sum up the good and bad about these quads in this short article, if you want to learn more about each model, feel free to check out the full reviews.
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.