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  • hoverfly: Still have a couple of orange tipple batts still working,   mainly part time... ::)
    July 16, 2018, 16:42:16
  • Bad Raven: The difference being most will not deliver the power but wil not be trashed in trying!
    July 16, 2018, 16:12:57
  • Kellarly: hehe, nothing changes there then!
    July 16, 2018, 09:26:19
  • Bad Raven: Is the issue Turnigy or Turnigy Nano-Tech? I have found that mid-blue Turnigy tend to be low on their stated "C" discharge rating.
    July 16, 2018, 08:37:09
  • ched999uk: RaceDayQuads have some cheap but good batts out now. Josh B tested and stats say very good especially at price. HobbyRC have 1300mAh 4S just under £20. Not had luck with Turnigy lipos either!!
    July 15, 2018, 22:48:51
  • Reman: Just realised that I hadn't gone through my stored Li-Po's for about a month. I try to visually check them every Saturday, And prod the plugs with a multimeter about once a month. Todays seen 12 more bulging packs go out to the incinerator..... All but one was a bloody Turnigy! Part of me wan't to burn the rest now and just get a load more Tattu packs, But I've spent good money on these packs and wan't to at least get a little more use out of them. :(
    July 15, 2018, 19:54:53
  • Bad Raven: Pre MR's I used to buy a lot from J.Perkins. Their website showed all items and stock or due date, go to dealer and buy with confidence. Then they went all "lifestyle" and all the site had were pictures or people. I wasn't after people. I never bought again. Yes, you'd think they'd learn...........
    July 15, 2018, 17:51:40
  • ched999uk: Reman sounds like amazon search. I find it ok unitil you want to search by price then amazon falls apart.... You would think both companies would get it right...
    July 15, 2018, 16:54:55
  • Reman: It's strange. The original setup they had about 5 or 6 years back wasn't too bad (Except for them occasionally getting accounts hacked), But they changed it to the last one that was clunky and slow, Now they've replaced that with a flashier one that's also clunky and slow ?!?!?! Most companies learn from what they do wrong. I don't buy from HK half as much as I used to, Mainly because it takes forever to trawl through 100 pages of totally unrelated stuff while looking for something you were thinking about getting when you saw it there the previous week !!!
    July 15, 2018, 16:27:21
  • hoverfly: I don't think there is a search button on H/King. They updated the site and forgot to  relabel the search button with  Random bo##ocks..
    July 15, 2018, 09:47:35
  • Bad Raven: Agree - The Search is abysmal!!
    July 15, 2018, 08:40:52
  • Reman: I see HobbyKing's revamped their site again...... Shame they haven't made the search function work any better, Or worked out why the whole site goes slower than a pensioner in a Nissan Micra. :)
    July 15, 2018, 08:28:14
  • Reman: How thick is Google? You buy something online, Then for the next week you get targeted adds for the item you've just got?!?! That's the one item you're NOT going to be buying again at that point so it's wasted effort of there part. :)
    July 14, 2018, 08:50:51
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    July 13, 2018, 22:25:42
  • Kellarly: Wahooo, my whoop now lives!
    July 13, 2018, 22:25:19
  • Kellarly: yay, the whoop lives!!!
    July 13, 2018, 22:18:43
  • DarkButterfly: Had to replace the battery connector
    July 12, 2018, 10:57:47
  • Kellarly: good work! what was up with it?
    July 12, 2018, 10:39:33
  • DarkButterfly: Fixed my tiny6
    July 12, 2018, 10:23:59

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Author Topic: JJRC JJPRO - P130 Battler 130mm RC Racing Quadcopter - * ARF (Special Price)  (Read 693 times)

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JJRC JJPRO - P130 Battler is a real little beast!
Great performance and very cool Cammo colors. Perfect for those who want to get into the racing drones with an affordable model.
Siepmre with the quality of a great manufacturer like JJRC.

KingKong 90GT 90mm Mini Brushless FPV Racing Drone
Code of escape "without code" (Flash Sale)
Three different versions of this little machine!
1. ARMY GREEN CAMOUFLAGE
2. DESERT CAMOUFLAGE
3. MARINE CAMOUFLAGE

Specifications:
Budget:
Carbon Fiber Premium
1806 2300KV Engine
Flycolor 12A ESC
NAZE32 SP Racing F3 DELUXE Flight Controller
5.8G FPV Camera Set
Content: camera, transmitter, antenna and cable
Size: 18 x 16.5 x 8mm (not including antenna)

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The Flight controller isn';t F3, but just F1 Naze32. The P130 flies smoothly, but is a bit heavy for it';s size. Making it lighter, or transplanting the electronics to a frame that accepts 4 inch props will make it much faster.

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The Flight controller isn';t F3, but just F1 Naze32. The P130 flies smoothly, but is a bit heavy for it';s size. Making it lighter, or transplanting the electronics to a frame that accepts 4 inch props will make it much faster.
It';s just clearly an advert mate,
Naze32 sp racing f3 is just gibberish, like saying a dog cat

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I know, you know, but I know there are people that have read they should always prefer the F3 version, and then end up being disappointed when getting a Naze32, which was and will be F1 gen.

Not that the Naze32 is no good, on some quads it';s easier to tune, and it can perform really well. Tarot 120/130/150 uses a Naze32, and the Eachine Racer 130 as well, all are really solid flyers, despite being small size.

Just trying to keep things a little less confusing, for people that don';t know the description is inaccurate in this aspect.