Flying around a home-hacked Tiny Whoop can be immensely pleasurable. Makers of the Blade Inductrix (the quadcopter used for a Tiny Whoop build) were quick to realise that, and have come out with an RTF solution — the Blade Inductrix FPV.

Blade Inductrix FPV

Blade Inductrix FPV, the Ready To Fly Tiny Whoop!

The Blade Inductrix FPV is now on sale starting $99. If you want a little more flexibility, you can check out these Tiny Whoop alternatives!

The Blade Inductrix FPV will come with its own FPV camera along with a 25mW 5.8GHz FPV transmitter. What this means is that there’s going to be no need for any home-hackery, or the FX797T camera+VTX combo. Besides that, the Inductrix FPV will feature a 200mAH 45C battery, so that won’t require swapping either.

That isn’t all, it’ll will even come with an FPV monitor of its own. It’ll be a 4.3-inch monitor, complete with a 40-channel receiver.

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Here’s a quick spec rundown:

  • Model: Inductrix FPV
  • Battery: 200mAh 45C
  • Camera: FPV camera with 5.8GHz transmitter (25mW)
  • Flight time: 3-4 minutes
  • Kit type: RTF and BNF
  • FPV monitor: 4.3-inch with 40ch receiver

Update: Pricing announced; the BNF version will be $99 and the RTF, $199 (with FPV monitor).

Pricing for the Blade Inductrix FPV is yet to be announced (see update), so stay tuned to RC Drone Arena for that. Meanwhile, enjoy some pictures of this upcoming FPV quadcopter drone!

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Who’s planning to get one?