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Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 30, 2018 @ 07:38 PM | 2,310 Views
Just a quick update, spotted the HGLRC XJB 3" for only $129. That brings the current list of ready to fly quads to 5 good options for less that $130.

All the details on my page:


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 27, 2018 @ 09:03 PM | 2,135 Views
Gearbest have a few good ready to fly quad specials on at the moment in the 2.5, 3 and 5 inch category. I've included the 4 in 1 6s capable ESC again bacause it is just such a bargain

QAV105 2.5" micro quad with flysky receiver and runcam swift micro only $99

Furibee X140 3" micro quad only $102

Furibee X215 pro 5" quadcopter with FRSKY XMplus receiver only $129

35A 4 in 1 BLHeli_S 6s capable ESC only $25.

All these and historical special can be found on my coupons a discounts page. I only pick out the ones that look like genuine discounts on decent product, in most cases I have reviewed these and provide links.


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 22, 2018 @ 06:51 PM | 3,466 Views
Everytime I go out the Furibee X215 is my last quad standing because it is so tough!

I've made some recent changes to improve the FPV feed including the install of a micro CCD camera (much better light transition and lower latency) plus converted the VTX antenna from RP SMA to the more common SMA.

Both of these changes have improved the FPV experience for me greatly and give me more confidence to run in trick light conditions.

Full article is here:


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 16, 2018 @ 07:37 PM | 2,525 Views
Here's 3 of the latest I've chosen from Gearbest.

The X140 and Kopis are back near their best price ever but I'm loving the price on this ESC - 40a BlHeli_S 4 in 1 that will do 6s for only $25!

Clinking the links below will take you through to my coupons page with more product detail, codes and other specials I've picked out previously.

$25 4 in 1 30a 6s ESC with 30.5mm mount

$107 Furibee X140 3" quad with FRSKY receiver

$219 Holybro Kopis 1 5" quad with FRSKY XSR receiver

All the previous specials here too:


Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 09, 2018 @ 05:06 PM | 3,178 Views
Good news, Gearbest are finally offering some deals reminscent of their old bargains that we haven't seen since New Year. It's a hodge-podge mix so I've picked out the best. All but the Kopis below are at historically low prices.

All details and historical specials here: http://quadifyrc.weebly.com/coupons-and-discounts.html

Taranis QX7 FRSKY transmitter - $92 with code GB100-$20off

GEPRC MX3 Sparrow - $169 with code GB100-$10off (This is easily the best 3" power quad I've had and is superior to the HGLRC XJB)

Furibee F36 brushed micro quad - $7 with code GBSale165 (Great presents to hook friends and family into quads or add an AIO cam to make it into a whoop)

Holybro Kopis 5" racing drone - $229 with code GB100-$10off (This is the one Bardwell helped developed. Well balanced and flies very nicely)

Their overall specials page is hard to navigate and even harder to tell the final price which is why I've separated the good ones above. Here is the link anyway: https://www.gearbest.com/promotion-C...?lkid=14076088
Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 06, 2018 @ 05:38 PM | 3,117 Views
Posted by QuadifyRC.com | May 03, 2018 @ 04:19 PM | 3,620 Views

The Happymodel Snapper7 is the first brushless whoop (super micro with gaurded props) that has actually delivered on expectations - same size and flight time as a brushed ducted micro quad that can run safely indoors but with the power to execute and recover from acrobatic flight.

The price is comparable to BNF brushed whoops like the Kingkong tiny6x but being brushless it offers a lot more and the 'standard' pack comes complete with 3 batteries and an excellent 6-port filed/home charger ($95 retail at present)

It's very easy to recommend this model after several disappointments in the super micro brushless class. It is light enough to run safely indoors without damaging anything like a tiny whoop but powerful enough to do real acro an run outdoors.

My full review including discussion of specs, full betaflight setup and flight discussion can be found here: