Furibee’s New F110 Wasp Is One Stinging Tiny Whoop
The Tiny Whoop craze is catching on with manufacturers getting into the act by releasing new ready-to-fly Tiny Whoop drones. These new models require little to no set ups and with one you’ll be Tiny Whoopin’ in no time without having to lift a soldering iron.
One such Tiny Whoop drone is the Furibee F110 Wasp which is a 110mm-size mini racer with the colors and shape of a wasp, complete with antennae.
For the uninitiated, the name Tiny Whoop came about when hobbyists started attaching FPV cameras on Blade Inductrix drones and started flying them as indoor mini FPV racers. The name Tiny Whoop itself doesn’t refer to a particular brand or model. Rather, it refers to a mini drone (preferably one with ducted motors) that has been outfitted with a 5.8G FPV camera.
The F110 Wasp was designed in the same vein as the Blade Inductrix and comes with a built-in 5.8G FPV 600TVL camera with switchable video transmitter power (25mW/200mW/600mW). All you need to get the F110 up and flying is a FrSky transmitter (for Version 1).
- Diagonal motor distance: 110mm
- SP Racing F3 EVO flight controller
- Supports PPM, SBus and DSM receivers
- Propulsion: 8.5mm x 20mm motors / 60mm three-blade props
- Ducted motors
- Battery: 400mAh 7.4V 2S 35C
- 600TVL NTSC camera
- 5.8GHz mini video transmitter with switchable power (25mW/200mW/600mW)
GearBest is expected to receive new stock of the F110 in three variants soon — Version 1 (includes FrSky receiver), Version 2 (without receiver) and Version 3 (with FrSky receiver, transmitter and Eachine FPV goggles).
There is no word yet on the pricing though it’s quite obvious from the info on the GearBest page that Version 3 is expected to sell for about $227. My guess is that Version 2 will probably cost well below $50 since the Blade Inductrix BNF is currently selling for about $70.