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#1 Adam.RCLogger Oct 18, 2012 11:50 AM

RC EYE One from RC Logger
 
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Hi there!

Here is our newest multi-rotor on the market.

RTF

$69.90

WWW.RCLOGGER.COM

Youtube video:

RC EYE One micro quad in action (2 min 7 sec)

#2 kosem Oct 18, 2012 12:45 PM

Love it!
Nice looking, nice box and seems pretty solid and stable.
Hey babe, give me back my credit card! :cool:

#3 MassiveOverkill Oct 18, 2012 12:46 PM

Very nice. I like the flat top canopy. I take it your video\FPV modules can be easily installed on this?

#4 mystman Oct 18, 2012 12:53 PM

Looks good, but too much things are proprietary (non-standard) as the other microcopter :-(
- no 2.4ghz TX/RX
- 7.4v lipo non-regular plug.
- what motors?

$69.90 + Shipping (can't find out how much to Germany) . Maybe too much

Nothing for me, sorry

#5 Adam.RCLogger Oct 18, 2012 06:32 PM

@ MassiveOverkill -

Although our FPV system is extremely light the EYE One is unable to lift our video solution. However a solution is in the works ;)

@mystman

We did not set out to build something like everything else out there thus some of the differences.

- We are in production with a link system designed to allow the pilot to use his preferred RX.
- 7.4v setup is designed to provide longevity to the flights, and motor life.
- The motors are a standard brushed motor. The purpose is for low replacement cost should a crash render a motor disabled.

@kosem

Super stable :D In the sport or beginner flight mode the accelerometers return the quad to level flight when the sticks are centered.

#6 MatLi Oct 18, 2012 07:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mystman (Post 23036535)
Looks good, but too much things are proprietary (non-standard) as the other microcopter :-(
- no 2.4ghz TX/RX
- 7.4v lipo non-regular plug.
- what motors?

$69.90 + Shipping (can't find out how much to Germany) . Maybe too much

Nothing for me, sorry

Hi, look at is this way, and that's the way we wanted it ;)

- TX/RX in PlayStation look and feel, for users who are new to this hobby
and
- A TX/RX converter allowing to use any radio you like unless it does not have a trainer socket (available end of the year)

- 7.4V 2S LiPo has a clear advantage compared to most others. Besides the additional power it delivers, it adds flight stability with a perfect weight/performance ratio and center point of gravity. Despite its added weight (its an advantage this time around) flight times exceed the market average. Additionally motor life time is almost doubled since motor RPM is significant lower, thus you won't need to change them so fast. Does the plug really matter? This batteries are specifically designed for the product anyway, thus it would not matter to me at all. Note: Batteries are available as a spare separately, in fact all parts are ;)

- Motors are standard brushed motors and optimized for the application. They are available as spare part and last much longer as the usual motors. As explained above, the advantage is the added thrust at rather low RPM -> efficiency is the word.

In Germany you can order via Conrad.De or via RCLogger.Com. We are going to launch a new shop system by end of the month (RCLogger.Com) with direct link to our forwarder for accurate shipment calculation. Stay tuned for an announcement soon.


Happy Slappy ;)
Chris alias MatLi.

#7 jameschen072 Oct 18, 2012 08:00 PM

Cool looking quad Adam and Chris. Like what mystman said, I would appreciate more interchangable parts (and a 2.4ghz system) between this and the other rtf quads but if the flight performance surpasses the other quads, you might have a winner! Keep us posted please :)

#8 MatLi Oct 18, 2012 08:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jameschen072 (Post 23040162)
Cool looking quad Adam and Chris. Like what mystman said, I would appreciate more interchangable parts (and a 2.4ghz system) between this and the other rtf quads but if the flight performance surpasses the other quads, you might have a winner! Keep us posted please :)

Hi! Agreed - You will see a 180, 130 size and a around 90 size version soon. I hope to be able to post some images here in the next couple of days. Most of the parts will be interchangeable.

We are very exited about the converter. Actually I prefer using my own 2.4 GHz Futaba radio as well, thus we will do that for all those out there who share the same need.

Cheers,
Chris.

#9 oxygen Oct 19, 2012 01:07 AM

love it :-)
finally a 2S micro Quad!

I hope you'll create a version so I can use my Spektrum TX

#10 MatLi Oct 19, 2012 01:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by oxygen (Post 23042010)
love it :-)
finally a 2S micro Quad!

I hope you'll create a version so I can use my Spektrum TX

We are working on the TX/RX converter for Spektrum, JR, Futaba right now! Keep you posted guys.

Chris.

#11 mystman Oct 19, 2012 03:19 AM

What about providing and sending a free sample to "jameschen072" for a professional user-review?
I (and many other users) like his reviews!

#12 MatLi Oct 19, 2012 03:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mystman (Post 23042393)
What about providing and sending a free sample to "jameschen072" for a professional user-review?
I (and many other users) like his reviews!

I guess that can be an option, Just msg me for further arrangements.


Chris.

#13 jameschen072 Oct 19, 2012 06:33 AM

Cheers for the recommendation Mystman, I sent Adam and Chris a PM . Would be more than glad to do a fair review if they want to, but wouldn't be offended if not :P
Wish to hear from them soon! Again, I appreciate the kind comment Mystman!

#14 skipper1 Oct 19, 2012 07:02 AM

Having and needing are two different things, so, I think I'd like to have one, but I want to use my DX8. When are you going to have them available to work on Spektrum?

#15 mystman Oct 19, 2012 07:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jameschen072 (Post 23043026)
Cheers for the recommendation Mystman, I sent Adam and Chris a PM . Would be more than glad to do a fair review if they want to, but wouldn't be offended if not :P
Wish to hear from them soon! Again, I appreciate the kind comment Mystman!

You're welcome. I'm looking forward to your review (yours are always helpful) !


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