Eachine Wizard X220

All you need to know about
Eachine Wizard X220

✅ What's great about it!

Features led lights
Features spare props
Neoprene bumpers

🚨 What's not that cool...

Not for beginners
Receiver loose
Hard to assemble

But also...

There are two versions available for this drone. There is a RTF (ready to fly) and ARF (almost ready to fly) version. If you already have a controller, then the ARF is the best option for you. The 2206 motors powered by the 4S Lipo batteries provide plenty of lift and flying performance. This drone has comparable performance to drone costing much more. The fiberglass frame provides the rigidity and toughness needed for high speed flight. The brains of this drone is powered by an Omnibus F4 processor coupled with an integrated BetaFlight OSD. This drone is designed to fly at full speed for gate racing. This agile drone turns quickly, and takes skill and practice to fly. But with a bit of determination, you will get the hang of this. The camera on this drone has good performance. However, this camera is best suited for low altitude flight, but still works well in low light areas. Eachine has come through yet again by developing a budget quadcopter with excellent performance. If you are looking to enter the world of FPV racing, this model is a great entry point.

Eachine Wizard X220