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The new Inductrix FPV provides the freedom of flight in a fully ready-to-fly package as well as an FPV Ready Bind-n-Fly version. No soldering or 3D printing required! Enjoy a world you never knew existed when you are in the pilot's seat of the Inductrix FPV!
The Inductrix® FPV from Blade® builds on the wildly popular platform and transforms it into an incredible FPV machine right out of the box. With its integrated 25mW video transmitter, FPV camera, high performance motors and large 200mAh battery, the Inductrix FPV is capable of flying in the smallest of places with ease. Enjoy the view as SAFE® technology makes flying simple and while the ducted propeller design allows you to bounce of walls and objects without crashing! Tthe Inductrix FPV comes out of the box with everything installed on the aircraft itself. All you need to get is an FPV monitor to complete the entire FPV experience! If you are looking for that immersive goggle experience, the headset adaptor can be purchased separately as well!
|Approximate Flight Time:||3-4 min|
|Main Blade Material:||Plastic|
|Main Frame Material:||Plastic|
|Main Rotor Head Type:||Multi-Rotor|
Great little quadcopter to fly around the house and use when the weather is not the best to fly in. Need to get extra batteries though 3-4 minutes goes quick for one battery Jared on 15th Dec 2016
INDUCTRIX FPV is the perfect indoor flyer for FPV. Had my goggles for a while, itching to try FPV. Once you try FPV, you'll never want to fly without goggles again! INDUCTRIX is rugged, super easy to bind with my Spektrum DX6 radio and I got 3-4minutes flight time on 150/180 mAh batteries. More fun flying than I've had in ages! Allan on 4th Dec 2016
So when i got my inductrix for my birthday i opend it up and low and behold it was broken in shiping it would get a better score but i spend my hard erned money on it.
Luke on 2nd Nov 2016
So I bought this to fly fpv around the house and generally have fun like our friends at flitetest do with these things. With an advertised 3-4 minutes I figured I'd have enough fun to make it worth plugging in the fpv RX and screen and have spare batteries to keep in the air. Unfortunately I recieved my inductrix fpv with an eflite 200mah 45c battery that seems to hit LVC at about 1:30 (never more, often less). My friend bout an RTF mini quad from walmart for $35 and the thing flies for 10 minutes every charge. Granted it has no camera/tx and the battery is internal, but I still feel completely ripped off. Shoulda put that $100 into my larger tricopter project.
Obviously I'm happy with the way the quad flies (when it has power to do so) It's a good flying unit with plenty of range for indoor fpv. I will be trying some aftermarket batteries (my eflite batteries for my stryker airplane also sucked) and if I'm feeling nice I'll write an edit to this review. At the moment though, I'm unimpressed with quality control on these power packs, and I thought some of you should hear about it. Chace Butterworth on 24th Oct 2016
I am not a hot shot FPV quad flyer, but after a short trim flight, I put on the goggles and did some circuits around the house. What an awesome little quad.
Now I am hunting for lots more batteries. Graeme on 14th Oct 2016
I got mine two days ago and I was very impressed. This is a lot more stable then my hubsan. I noticed i can still fly it fine even if the battery is a little off center. It is sturdy to, I've already bounced it around with no apparent damage. Unknown on 9th Oct 2016