Makerfire Tiny Whoop Micro FPV Drone RTF

  • £54.99 inc VAT

  • £69.99 save £15.00
  • £54.99 inc VAT

  • £69.99 save £15.00
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Ideal First FPV Drone

Interested in experiencing FPV flying? Then this is the craft for you! At only 10cm across and with its protected 'ducted-fan' design, its ideal for flying indoors. As such it has quickly become one of our favourite quadcopters in the office! These amazing little drones come with almost everything needed for an immersive, fun, FPV experience. Please Note : Requires 2 x AA batteries for transmitter

Makerfire Tiny Whoop

Also Available : Tiny Whoop with VR007 FPV Goggles View Bundle with Goggles

Proven Technology

Makerfire's Tiny Whoop is based on the well known Eachine E010 that has been modified to give the user the best experience possible. Mounted with a Crazepony super mini 5.8Ghz AIO 25mW camera with a 10° tilt, it is compatible with FatShark goggles or the supplied Eachine FPV goggles to give you the best FPV experience. The Makerfire Tiny Whoop is also loaded with 17500Kv Special Sauce edition motors which give the user amazing speed and performance while staying stable in the air. To power this little beast of a Tiny whoop is a 200mAh 1S LiPo battery that lasts for around 4 minutes of flight time.

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Learn more on our Blog

We are happy to announce that we now stock a large range of Makerfire products! Read more regarding the all-new drone kits and wide range of spares, hop-ups and accessories we have available for this fantastic tiny little quadcopter on our blog!

Learn about the range on our blog View other products from Makerfire

Wide Range of Spares

In FPV racing crashes are inevitable, that's why we also stock everything you need to completely rebuild your craft, see the spares section to see what is currently available.

As any model enthusiast will tell you, a product is only as good as its support and available spares. Several of our staff members are Tiny Whoop enthusiasts and will be happy to help you with any enquires you have.

Craft Underside

Charging Advice

We recommend using a regulated 0.5A output such as a laptop USB port when charging your batteries with the included charger. Mains powered chargers with higher output, such as 2.0A phone chargers may irreparably damage the charger and battery.

Description

Ideal First FPV Drone

Interested in experiencing FPV flying? Then this is the craft for you! At only 10cm across and with its protected 'ducted-fan' design, its ideal for flying indoors. As such it has quickly become one of our favourite quadcopters in the office! These amazing little drones come with almost everything needed for an immersive, fun, FPV experience. Please Note : Requires 2 x AA batteries for transmitter

Makerfire Tiny Whoop

Also Available : Tiny Whoop with VR007 FPV Goggles View Bundle with Goggles

Proven Technology

Makerfire's Tiny Whoop is based on the well known Eachine E010 that has been modified to give the user the best experience possible. Mounted with a Crazepony super mini 5.8Ghz AIO 25mW camera with a 10° tilt, it is compatible with FatShark goggles or the supplied Eachine FPV goggles to give you the best FPV experience. The Makerfire Tiny Whoop is also loaded with 17500Kv Special Sauce edition motors which give the user amazing speed and performance while staying stable in the air. To power this little beast of a Tiny whoop is a 200mAh 1S LiPo battery that lasts for around 4 minutes of flight time.

Box Contents

Learn more on our Blog

We are happy to announce that we now stock a large range of Makerfire products! Read more regarding the all-new drone kits and wide range of spares, hop-ups and accessories we have available for this fantastic tiny little quadcopter on our blog!

Learn about the range on our blog View other products from Makerfire

Wide Range of Spares

In FPV racing crashes are inevitable, that's why we also stock everything you need to completely rebuild your craft, see the spares section to see what is currently available.

As any model enthusiast will tell you, a product is only as good as its support and available spares. Several of our staff members are Tiny Whoop enthusiasts and will be happy to help you with any enquires you have.

Craft Underside

Charging Advice

We recommend using a regulated 0.5A output such as a laptop USB port when charging your batteries with the included charger. Mains powered chargers with higher output, such as 2.0A phone chargers may irreparably damage the charger and battery.

In The Box / Required

In the Box

  • Makerfire RTF Tiny Whoop Quadcopter
  • Controller
  • 1x 200mAh 1S LiPo Battery
  • 1x Foam Battery Insert 
  • USB LiPo Charger
  • Instruction Manual

Specification

MODELS
  • Power
    Brushed
  • Assembly
    RTR

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Use with other transmitters and goggles?
Hi, could this be used with other transmitters? Also the description mentions use with eachine or fatshark goggles, will this work ok with quanu goggles? Thanks
George
  • Hi George 

    The RTR Makerfire tiny whoop can work with other goggles. However it is limited to using the transmitter it comes with.

    Thanks


    Alex
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am i correct that these are brushed motors? What is the life expecency of these and where can i get spares
am i correct that these are brushed motors? What is the life expecency of these and where can i get spares
Phil
  • Hi Phil, 

    Yes the motors on the Makerfire Tiny Whoops are brushed. My personal MakerFire Tiny Whoop has lasted a couple of months and the motors have been fine, however if you do need parts we stock majority of parts needed here. 

    Thanks 


    Alex
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Battery Connecter
Is the battery connector the same as the Blade Inductrix FPV quad?
Steve Storm
  • Hi Steve 

    Yes the Makerfire Tiny Whoop has the same connector as the Inductrix FPV.

    Thanks

    Alex
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