By Minichado on Oct 20, 2017

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My tinywhoop!!

Usually I just buy these batteries 5 at a time for $20, and fly the hell out of them for a month or so until they sag. then get a new stash of them for $20. there are better batteries avail, but these do the job for acro mode + some tricks.

my advice flying betaflight acro with a tiny woops. if you don't end a trick perfectly level, you barely have the power to recover. if you get caught in prop wash, the fc could oscillate and you will drop all the way to the ground. practice snappy rolls + flips outsite at about 15-20ft up, and above grass, to get good practice.

with bf +acro and light wind you can throw this bad boy outside and have a go in the wild as well!



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thumbtwiddler   Oct 20, 2017  

looks amazing! any other tips?
(some tiny whoop parts are coming today and im h ecking excited)

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