Räsvelg 3 Prototype

By lazd on Oct 10, 2016

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Räsvelg 3 is available now for $45 at Pitch Roll Yaw and FPVHQ!

This is the Räsvelg 3 140mm 3" quad prototype build. Or builds, I should say, because I built the same quad twice to have a backup racer. After extensive, uh, testing, we've found the product is ready to go and have opened pre-orders.

This quad has amazing handling characteristics and is very quiet due to the lack of drag from it thin airframe design. With a 3mm bottom plate, it ends up more durable than other 3" builds while having better aerodynamics, and though it's subjective, WAY better looks ;)

8 bit Parking Garage Drone Racing // Räsvelg 3 // 415FPV // SFPV

Räsvelg 3 at 60°



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Minichado   Oct 18, 2017  

sooo cute!

Whiffles   Oct 10, 2016  

Looks great! It's like a baby Garuda.

lazd   Oct 10, 2016 

It's definitely Garuda race canopy inspired, but it's already got a big brother, the Räsvelg 5! The big brother is a 190mm 5" quad with the same canopy, but removable 5mm arms. It's a super light weight beast designed for all out speed, whereas the Räsvelg 3 is an aerodynamic mini-me designed for agility (and, with the right motors, all out speed as well).

solaireFPV   Oct 10, 2016 

What's the all up weight?

lazd   Oct 10, 2016 

She's 168g dry, and 270g all up with a 850mAh 4S battery.

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