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Started by rob, Sunday,February 03, 2013, 15:46:08
Quote from: rob on Sunday,February 03, 2013, 15:46:08 I was looking at one of these:http://cadtomotion.co.uk/tricopter.htmlHas anyone had experiance of these guys? they are based near milton keynes. I am a novice, but I thought their stuff looks good, they have their own controller too based on wii equipment. I have sent them an email to ask a few questions.... The kits seem reasonably priced...
Quote from: DarrellW on Sunday,February 03, 2013, 17:52:38 WTF, my RCtimer 450 Flamewheel clone c/w Crius AIOP with gps and set up for me bnf was only £235, that is a serious ripoff. The other thing is that when (not if) you have a mishap you wont have a clue how to fix it. Build one with the advice you get on here, I';ve thought about building one myself - parts came to about £100 and that was being extravagent with some decent motors, esc';s and servo.
Quote from: Gaza07 on Sunday,February 03, 2013, 18:32:02 Hi Rob as the others have said that site is seriously over priced probably because its seriously out of date to the flight controllers on there are very yesterday and very basic you can get some thing much better and cheaper,Is there a reason you want to buy from the uk only ? also have you got your heart set on a tricopter ?We can easily guide you through buying all you need from the uk or other sites in europe which dont carry import duties or have long waits for shipping, and then help you with your build and as mentioned above when you do crash it it you will be more than able to fix it your self very easily, the guy mentioned early doing the ready to fly quads with AIOP and gps are £235 which is a much better deal, let us know what you want to do and exactly what you want and if we can help in anyway we will
Quote from: rob on Sunday,February 03, 2013, 18:58:58 Well I have a TBS discovery with all DJI parts including Naza, I have been getting on really well with it FPV; close proximity around trees under branches around buildings ect... But that is the only copter I have, and I am eager to try something totally different, I thought perhaps a tri would be good because the arms seem well suited for cameras... but there don';t seem many kits available, and there are so many different controllers, to be honest I am clueless, I realise that the Naza is good especially for a novice like me, but I would like to have a second copter which is different and perhaps a little cheaper, and a longer flight time would be good, I currently get around 6-7 mins
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