Gearbest are running a flash sale on the Warlark 80, the first micro FPV quadcopter from the new drone maker — Warlark. Let’s see what it is about!
The tiny aircraft resembles the shape of the cheapest FuriBee F36 (in all its different names) but with the addition of a 600TVL HD CMOS 1/4-inch camera and 5.8GHz 25mW video transmitter for FPV flying.
The Warlark 80 uses a Scisky micro F3 brushed flight controller and runs CleanFlight 1.3.0, we also find four 716 coreless motors and 35mm 4-blade propellers.
The quadcopter is fueled by an included 3.7V 300mAh LiPo battery with about 5 minutes of flight autonomy.
Warlark 80 Specifications
- Brand name: Warlark
- Wheelbase: 80mm
- Weight: 36.6g ( with battery but without canopy ), 38g ( with battery and canopy )
- Configuration: Scisky micro F3 brushed flight controller + receiver + 25mW VTX + Camera
- Firmware version: CleanFlight 1.3.0
- Motor: 716 coreless motor
- Propeller: 35mm 4-blade
- Battery: 3.7V 300mAh LiPo ( included )
- Receiver choice: built-in FrSky 8CH SBUS; FLYSKY; DSMX / DSM2; Futaba S-FHSS
- Camera: 600TVL HD CMOS 1/4 inch Camera
- Video transmitter: 5.8GHz 25mW 40-channel (including RaceBand)
- OSD: Video transmitter comes with an OSD
- Flight time: 5 minutes
- Charge time: 40 minutes
Warlark 80 Pricing and Photos
The Warlark 80 is currently available for purchase at the price of $80.93 in a flash sale with the FlySky receiver. There are also other versions with FrSky, DSMX/DSM2 and FUTABA S-FHSS receivers but they’re slightly more expensive.
The tiny quadcopter looks like an excellent choice for micro FPV beginners who want something ready and easy to use. Albeit you’re still going to need a transmitter and FPV goggles/monitor.