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Use our comparison table to find the 1S ‘Whoop’ FPV drone with the greatest popularity, lowest weight, or best value. These drones require analog FPV goggles or DJI Digital FPV Goggles with an analog modification. If you want more flight time for your 1S whoop check out our 1S LiPo battery comparison matrix. Continue reading for the opinions of individual 1S FPV Whoop pilots.
TINY WHOOP Micro FPV Pilots of the World – 1S Whoop Opinions
Right now the TinyHawk 2. Better camera but the same docile performance of my previous TinyHawk. Good value for money by my opinion Ben
Mobula 6 is the way to go Kingthree
Mobula6 is awesome. Light enough, fast, durable, and best of all cheap. Almost as good as whoops that cost me $150+ to build Tim
I’ve found a new love for my snapper7 once I changed it to a bwhoop 75 frame. Always found it sluggish, now its decent enough that I’ll fly it out front of the house. Plus it’s been conformal coated as I’m to lazy to start the rest of my fleet Chris
I had the snapper7 that was fun, then the ur65 that was good, but the mob6 is best out of those Ricardo
BetaFPV 85 Pro or 85X. Hands down Mark
BNF? Downtown. Build my own: Tinywhoop brushless on pickle juice 0802 20500kv Jason