Mini 210

By Rotorama on Jul 25, 2019

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Slightly older but still good enough drone for new pilots. Cheap drone for first packs in the air and the first crashes. Easy and cheap to repair.


Part List


Mini 210 (4 builds)

Flight Controller

Omnibus F3 OSD (3 builds)


4 x Racerstar RS20A Lites BB2


4 x Racerstar 2205 2300 kV - Rotorama (5 builds)


DALPROP Cyclone T5046C - Rotorama

FPV Camera

Foxeer Arrow Mini Pro 2.5mm (2 builds)

FPV Transmitter

EWRF e708TM3 25/200 / 600mW (3 builds)


DYS 5.8G FPV RHCP antenna - Rotorama (3 builds)


Flysky X6B receiver with PPM / i-Bus (3 builds)
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Buttered Croissant   Jul 25, 2019  

it's okay but if you had only had 30$ more you could get a much better quad

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