Serious speed from a sub 250 gram quad.

  • We're not kidding, this thing really hauls! 

    Here's what we like about it. This quad is a great value for anyone looking to pick up a small bind and fly. The pre-flashed Omnibus F4 flight controller is very easy to set up and comes with a solid tune right out of the box. You'll be in the air getting the feel in no time at all.

    The VIFLY X frame is stout and aerodynamic. 

    This was achieved in part by using a 4 in 1 ESC. Removing the ESC's from the copters arms allows for a thinner arm profile which gets it's strength from being very thick (5mm). This reduces drag, saves weight, and moves mass to the center of the airframe where it has less adverse effect on the overall performance.

    Solid FPV signal. 

    If you like rippin' on it hard, you need to be able to see, and every millisecond counts. The X150's eyeball is the 600TVL Foxeer Arrow; a good little camera. The Foxeer is plugged into VIFLY's proprietary VTX. This VTX is 40 channels, 5 bands and equipped with an Emax Pagoda II antenna. The electron spray is adjustable between 25, 200 and 600mw outputs.

    Great power to weight ratio.

    Weighing in at a scant 174 grams w/o battery, the X150 is very light. The SunnySky 1406 3300kv motors provide ample altitude rather quickly when asked. As for overall feel, a locked in and snappy performance is the order of the day.  

    • Sub 250 grams with 4s 550mAh
    • Comes with a spare set of propellers and a prop nut wrench
    • Available in either ACCST (FrSky) or DSMX (Spektrum) Protocols
    Weight174 grams wo battery
    RxACCST (FrSky) or DSMX (Spektrum)
    Flight ControllerOmnibus F4 running 168MHz
    FirmwareBetaFlight / OSD
    MotorsSunnySky 1406 3300kv
    ESC4 in 1 BL Heli-S 20A DShot 600
    GyroSPI 8k 8k loop speed
    Battery 3s 850mAh 35c min / 4s 550mAh 35c min
    Battery PlugXT30
    Camera Sensor1/3 Sony Super HAD II CCD
    Horizontal Resolution600 TVL
    VTx Power Output25 - 200 - 600 mW