AirbladeUAV hEXaPICK

By tinyty on Mar 31, 2020

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Custom Hex EX Ultralight Toothpick Frame designed for me by AirbladeUAV. Supports up to 3" props, but I used 65mm to start with.
90 Grams dry weight. plus 650mah 3s battery

Part List


AirBlade EX Ultralight Toothpick (5 builds)

Flight Controller

Aikon F7 Mini V2 HD 20x20 Flight Controller for DJI (2 builds)


2 x HGLRC FD13A 2-4s 13A 16x16 4in1 ESC for FD413 Stack


6 x AirBlade AB 1103 8000kV 2S-3S Brushless Racing Motors (flexible wires) (6 builds)


HQ Prop T-Mount 65mm Prop with 1.5mm Hub (5 Pairs)Orange (9 builds)

FPV Camera

Foxeer Razer Nano 1200TVL 4:3 PAL/NSTC CMOS FPV Camera (1.8mm) - Black

FPV Transmitter

TBS UNIFY PRO32 NANO 5G8 VTX v1.1 (186 builds)


True RC SINGULARITY 5.8 U.FL (SHORT) (2 builds)




GNB 650 mAh 3S 11.1V 80C/160C XT30 (2 builds)

Misc Parts

LEDs for AirBlade EX

Misc Parts

TBS XF Race Antenna 915 MHz (2 builds)

Misc Parts

6 x Femto 8 LED

Misc Parts

6 x Micro RaceliteWire
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Sasquads   Apr 02, 2020  

I'm gonna say one thing...
I want one

StickyRice   Apr 02, 2020  

DUDEE that is beautiful!!! I wish hex toothpics were more want to try it out sometimes!

fovea   Mar 31, 2020  

very nice!
more pictures and a flight footage please

TheRealJonnyD   Mar 31, 2020  

It's beautiful. do want.

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