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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 28, 2019 @ 04:14 AM | 3,318 Views
The CNY specials have just started at banggood and they are pretty darn good with a few historical lows including:

Taranis X-Lite for $99
Flysky Nirvana for $119
Jumper T8SG for $19
Tyro99 for $79
DYS Samguk 2207 $7
Eachine Wizzard TS130 $99


All codes are on my website here:

https://www.quadifyrc.com/coupons-and-discounts.html

There are only limited numbers on these items, will keep the page updated for international specials as they come up.

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 22, 2019 @ 05:22 PM | 3,832 Views
The Taranis X-lite has been a very successful controller for FRSKY but it does not physically support use of the TBS crossfire module even though it is supported in Open TX software. The simple solution is this $8 adapter which I've reviewed below:

https://www.quadifyrc.com/reviews/re...taranis-x-lite


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 21, 2019 @ 04:18 AM | 3,251 Views
It's been a while since I published specials on my page but I have 3 I quite like below:

Emax Hawk5 Bind and Fly $175
SKYSTARS G730L 7inch FPV quadcopter $169
FATSHARK Recon V2 FPV Goggle Glasses 4.3 inch LCD


The Hawk 5 is great value at this price and still a great quad. The 7inch G730L is a heck of a lot of value for a 7" quad having just gone through the expense of building my own. Fatsharks are a little bit of an unknown to me but seem like good specs and a great brand for a budget goggle.

Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 14, 2019 @ 03:35 PM | 3,465 Views
The new Gemfan 1635 (40mm) props are now available worldwide on Gearbest and Banggood. They are available in 3 and 4 blade options with 1mm centre hole for 06xx, 07xx, 08xx motors like on the snapper7, mobula7, trashcan beta 75pro 2 and 1.5mm holes for 1103 and larger motors like on the beta75x and fullspeed tinyleader.

I've ordered in 1mm in 3 and 4 blade to try. I'm guessing by the popularity of these small brushless quads that they'll go in and out of stock fairly regularly so you may need to shop around.

Here are the links below:


1.0 mm centre hole 3 blade 40mm



1.0mm centre hole 4 blade 40mm Banggood

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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 13, 2019 @ 03:51 PM | 3,483 Views
I've completed my review and DVR for day and night flying at the link below. After reviewing all the 2s (and 3s) "whoops" it's nice to say the the tinyhawk is still really relevant given the excellent design and solid tune for most users out of the box. I didn't test the RTF kit but that sound like a great option for someone wanting to dip their toes into the hobby.

https://www.quadifyrc.com/reviews/emax-tinyhawk-setup-and-review


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 07, 2019 @ 08:38 PM | 4,740 Views
Please see below for a setup and review of the Eachine VR D3 FPV Goggles.

They represent good value for money as a starter or spectator set with useful features like
  • High resolution 900x600 screen
  • Diversity
  • DVR
  • Internal battery included

Full review is here:

https://www.quadifyrc.com/reviews/ea...er-fpv-goggles

Goggles are available here: https://goo.gl/QhTkG4


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | Jan 04, 2019 @ 12:35 AM | 3,527 Views
I've reviewed the new Eachine Trashcan which is a new brushless ducted 1 or 2s quadcopter offered exclusively by Banggood and is available here

Here is the review:

https://www.quadifyrc.com/reviews/ea...nd-full-review

Here is a excerpt from the fairly comprehensive review:

"The Eachine Trashcan is a 2s brushless micro ducted whoop-style quadcopter avaialble exclusively from Bangood. It builds upon the huglely successful Happymodel Mobula7 and it improves it in practically every aspect from a specs standpoint, most importantly for me from a frame strength perspective which I felt was the only real let down of the Mobula7 in my review."


I've also covered the biggest complaint of the popular mobula7 (frame weakness) and how this has been addressed plus how I've proven this is successful with a compilation of DVR crashes so far.