BabyHawk - 85mm Brushless Drone (BNF) (Frsky)

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BabyHawk (BNF)

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BNF Package Includes:

1x Babyhawk with Frsky XM+ Receiver installed.

2x 300mah 2s lipo battery



Babyhawk + 2.3" Propellers = 60g
Babyhawk + 2.3" Propellers + Motor Guards = 68g
Babyhawk + 2.3" Propellers + 2S 300mah lipo = 78g
Babyhawk + 2.3" Propellers + Motor Guards + 2S 300mah lipo = 86g








UPC: 768684793396


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  • 5
    Best drone to learn on

    Posted by Mike on Apr 4th 2018

    This is a good drone for people who come from learning on a brushed drone to a brushless drone. Not only you can fly inside the house, you also can fly outside with out worrying about the wind. It is also easy to repair and the parts are readily available. I definitely recommend this drone from beginners to intermediate flyers.


  • 5
    Best Brushless Micro out there!

    Posted by Austin Wright on Oct 27th 2017

    Durable, fast, cheap micro quadcopter. This thing is AMAZING!

  • 5
    Lovin' the Baby Hawk

    Posted by G on Oct 17th 2017

    This quad is FUN. It's great for outdoors , actually handles the wind pretty well and requires a little more skill for indoor flying. It tunes like a miniquad and maneuvers like a whoop on steroids! I would definitely get someone new to the hobby one of these to start with.

  • 5

    Posted by Gregory Lightbourn on Oct 6th 2017

    I had a little trouble at the beginning binding the receiver so I soldered it on. Now I was able to bind and I am loving the way this tough little quad flies. I am going to definitely buy a second one for some indoor winter fun. It's almost too fast for in the house but it is amazingly maneuverable so the more you fly the better you get... PURE FUN!

  • 4
    Love it but build quality control lacking

    Posted by Greg on Oct 2nd 2017

    I love this little quad but I had a problem with the way the frsky xmplus receiver was pin mounted- it made it so when pressing the bind button it would lift the pins out of the connector on the other side of the board- I changed it out and direct soldered for a better connection. Also the JST connector is crappy and loose so that the power doesn't stay on when connected- I will have to change the connector out to have reliable power. I have managed to fly it around some though and really love the way it flies so once I iron out the bugs that should have already been caught by QC I will be a happy customer...

  • 5

    Posted by james on Aug 15th 2017

    Well let me start my saying I'm not a pro by any means. I've just got into this, but I will say wow these are so fun I've had this for awhile and even bought another one recently very well build flys amazing. You will need a lot of battery's I think I have 8 now but one you start flying you'll understand. Good luck and if you buy one have fun