Egodrift Swiftee

By CombreFPV on Aug 03, 2018

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This is my Egodrift Swiftee build. Waited 4 weeks for the frame and im proud to hold one of them in my hand. The soldering in this build is a little bit complicated because you neither have space for your hands and soldering iron nor for your hardware. But at the and it's a beauty and indestructible Kevlar-carbon beast.

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Rudygon   5 days ago  

what a frame! congrats on the great build!

sergetania   14 days ago  

My first reaction was, of course, WOW! Then I saw the price... No, I can't make myself like it, even if I feel it is wrong but I can't get over the price! Sorry! Glad you didn't have the same problem or we wouldn't have seen it!

Is the camera lens really as unprotected as it looks?

CombreFPV   14 days ago 

Got my frame for half of the original price. So ... yes still expensive but like a armattan rooster.

Normal you build it with a runcam swift mini but i had some spares of eagle 2.

sergetania   13 days ago 
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I would pay half for it. Nice deal!

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