The answer is YES! Which props are the best for Tiny Whoop? Eachine 2 blades props! Flight feeling is absolutely improved, it’s like a normal 5′ mini quad. Of course not talking about the speed, but how the quad response to the input you put with TX, is absolutely impressive. Usually I can fly 3:30 min with stock Inductrix 4 blades prop. But I can fly almost 5 min with these Eachine 2 blades prop!!!! I had seen this guy did 2 blades prop with Inductrix stock propeller, but he didn’t say anything about which was better. So I had been so curious since then, and finally I am satisfied Read More
I just got the FX798T now from Banggood. And I haven’t shorten the wires nor solder those directly to the Inductrix yet, but I just connected them with Picoblade™ and flown one battery. It’s SUPERB. Absolutely perfect feeling. Definitely light! That’s all. Talking about Tiny Whoop, LIGHTNESS is everything! There’s no reason to use EF-01, believe me, it’s just poor decision. You don’t need to try that. FX798T is the one, done! FX798T http://goo.gl/mF41BX I am sooooo surprised with this. I can’t believe such deference of flight time, also the feeling of flight itself. WOW! It’s only 3g difference, but… among AUW is 24-25g, 3g is HUGE!
I haven’t got mine yet but… supposed, it’d arrive here in few days. I bought 4 of these by the way. Good news is, somebody is trying to find what type of protocol this one is using. So I guess, in a week or so, we can use decent TX for this Inductrix-ish quad. http://goo.gl/a9d5dD http://goo.gl/B48f7S So far, it seems, Devo 7E is the best investment for these Tiny Whoop thing, you can use Devo 7E for actual Inductrix based Tiny Whoop, and in few weeks hopefully, we can use it for this E010 based Tiny Whoop as well. Two big surprising things for me was, – prop qualty – Read More
Tiny whoop just maiden! This micro(nano?) quad is just perfect for this super packed Tokyo. Even my office is super super small, but still I can play with this A lot. I feel a little less power because the cam/VTX I’m using is Eachine EF-01 now, and it is ridiculously heavy! (compare to FX798) but still, this nano quad is just so much fun!