FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter Review – Follows the Same Theme as its Predecessor But With a More Competitive Price

The FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter is the company’s entry to the FPV racer sector. It is of a dual camera CC3D variant that follows the same theme as that of their previous offering. However, it is placed in a more competitive price point.

FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter Review - Follows the Same Theme as its Predecessor But With a More Competitive Price

The FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter is the Firm’s Entry to the Drone Racing Scene

The FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter comes out of its standard packaging already pre-built and users can already take it out for a spin if they do so. While there are some quadcopters that are delivered to customers wherein they still have to be built, there are some benefits to having a pre-built model. For instance, you do not have to worry about any risks that you might have to break something as you may not have constructed it properly. Furthermore, if you haven’t had any experience with regards to building one before, then it becomes less of a challenge to have the drone ready for flight. Hence, this is a great chance for beginners to try out probably their first time in flying a quadcopter.

It has an included mushroom antenna which is screwed on its top. The system also incorporates a switchable OSD; therefore, you are able to keep an eye on things such as battery stats, runtime, and other information.

The FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter Drone also follows the trend of such a device to have lights. For this particular racing drone, it is akin to a Star Wars flyer with a red banner LED located at its back (think the Millennium Falcon but the lights are red instead of blue). But aside from clearly having sci-fi origins, the lights do serve the purpose of allowing you to keep track of it when flying it around by nighttime. There is also a front light and both lights can be turned on and off by the use of a slider switch located on the left side of the quadcopter’s frame.

As for the included battery, the FPV Eachine Racer 250 Quadcopter has a 3-cell battery with 1500mAh of power. The battery is unbranded and it is of a High discharge Lithium Polymer battery. This is most likely that of a generic factory made one, or perhaps the company has yet to stamp the “Eachine” brand on it. Overall, this particular drone flies pretty well and performs with very minimal hitches.

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