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Compatible With FRSky Transmitters (Taranis, Taranis X9D Plus, X9E, Horus X12S, XJT Module w/International Firmware (not included))
You will also need:
Battery: 2S 300mAH or 450mAH (not included)
Uber small and micron light, Furious FPV debuts the lightest and smallest brushless quad copter that has ever seen flight. Enter the insanity of the Moskito 70 - the itch that feels oh, so good.
Integration is the key to success, and with the Moskito 70, we have packaged this little beast to perform. And when it comes to transmitter preferences, we have you covered. Designed for Spektrum compatibility, the Moskito 70 is the ultimate in BTF simplicity.
Feature packed and rocket ship fast, the Moskito boasts built in hardware that belie its micro size, such as SBus capability, full telemetry, 7A compatible DShot ESC's, and high kV brushless motors for incredible levels of power. And when we say power, we mean it - a 4:1 power to weight ratio that will turn the props into a banshee like blur.
With 2S input power, the Moskito is nearly the same size & weight as the ultra popular Inductrix FPV with a stellar jump in power & performance. Flying on rails, the Moskito boasts ultra direct throttle feedback with incredible levels of tactile response, offering pure FPV insanity with every flight you take. Simply put, if you loved the Inductrix, the Moskito 70 will exceed every possible level the Inductrix could ever hope to achieve - modified or stock.
Designed with an ultra small footprint for the tightest of spaces, the Moskito is at home indoors and out, ready to mix it up in micro FPV mayhem. And with an excelent camera and dipole antenna system for light weight, the Moskito 70 is built to thrill wherever you fly, making any locale an insane FPV experience you won't soon forget.
Looking for the ultimate in micro brushless performance? With the Moskito 70, Furious FPV has brought forth the ultimate BTF solution to your micro quad addition - the only itch you'll ever want to last.
What makes MOSKITO 70 the Perfect WHOOP:
Weight & Size Even Mosquito's Envy.
With a 45g all up weight and a 70mm micron size, the Moskito 70 was designed with an ultra light weight for maximum levels of ballistic FPV performance, making this Moskito as light as literal air.
With a new dual antenna diversity receiver installed, the Moskito 70 provides epic levels of range goodness that will keep you in the clear when far, far away. Freestyle flight or on the track, the integrated new diversity receiver system nullifies range anxiety, allowing you to push your FPV limits without fear.
Debuting the only brushless quad copter on the planet in this ultra compact layout, the Moskito 70 boasts a hypersonic 4:1 power to weight ratio for maximum levels of thrills, chills and pure FPV fun. Utilizing high kV 1102 motors, this beast puts the power down in epic style and is ready to push your limits of FPV.
With the included high strength plastic case, transporting the Moskito 70 can be done without worry or fear, offering easy transport with instant FPV fun, wherever you go. Add in the plastic injection prop guards, and the Moskito can take a hit and keep on ticking, providing the ultimate in FPV fun with durability to boot.
The heart and soul of the Moskito 70 is what makes this micro FPV quad so incredibly special, and more than anything, makes this aircraft possible. Much like our KOMBINI, the 16x16mm RACEWHOOP flight controller which comes with the kit MOSKITO 70 has a built in PDB with integrated current sensor, 1-2S battery support, providing full size FC capability in a size layout that is massively small.
Fully Assembled and Test Fly.
We understand that customers just want to fly and enjoy the race. Leave all the assembly and testing job for us. MOSKITO 70 is a fully assembled kit and it is fully tested before shipping. All firmwares are loaded and customers just need to bind with their Spektrum transmitter and enjoy the flight
I recently bought an Inductrix FPV as my first step into the world of FPV. I have been having fun with it and I got excited when I saw the Moskito 70. It looked like the perfect next step for me - NOT!
My Inductrix cost me less than $100.00. I was able to bind it to my DX9 easily and was ready to fly in minutes. The hardest step I had was to realize that I needed to remove the lens cap! Not so with the Moskito - I realized quickly that I would have to go to their website to download the Spektrum binding instructions. The English in these instructions is deplorable! What is BetaFlight? I assume it's software that I need to go somewhere to download. If this BetaFlight is anything like the instructions in the manual, this 70+ year old dude who was not raised on computers is in for real trouble! Excuse me but when I pay $250.00 for a BNF heli, I expect a product that is going to be easy to set up and fly.
Another thing: The battery you recommend for the Moskito doesn't come close to fitting! If the time ever comes that I can get the unit bound to my DX9 I am fortunate that I have the E-Flite 2s 300mAh battery from their Apache that fits perfectly.
I'm sorry guys, but this product just doesn't live up to your standards. I would appreciate some help in plain English so that I can try to get this thing flying.
Thanks for listening. Don Coe on 15th Mar 2017