Chinese quad-copter and accessories maker Eachine has announced its latest product, the Eachine Q200 frame for DIY enthusiasts.
The frame costs a meager $18 shipped, and already appears to be in stock. According to the listing of the product on a popular reseller, the frame weighs just 40 grams and appears to be a suitable option for an FPV scratch build. It has a footprint of 200mm, and the frame is the only thing that you get in the package (which doesn’t sound like half bad a deal to me, to be honest. But then it hasn’t been tested yet, so…).
The reseller has also posted a hands on video of a quad-copter built using the Eachine Q200 frame. As you would expect, it’s an FPV build and although the video doesn’t say much about the frame itself, there isn’t a lot that can go wrong at $18. The video can be seen right at the end of this article.
Coming back to the Eachine Q200 carbon fiber frame, it can be ordered via Banggood for $18 shipped. Feel free to comment below if you are planning to get one of these!