Brushless micro-scale quadcopters are as popular as ever, Walkera were desperate to join the action and so recently launched the new Rodeo 110, a smaller version of their successful Rodeo 150 model.
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The price-tag of £169/$200 may put off some but this is unlike any other budget quadcopter that we have reviewed recently. The new Walkera Rodeo 110 is well constructed, has a premium feel but without compromising the requirement for it to be fairly lightweight.
During our review of the F210 and Rodeo 150 models, we commented that many of the components were proprietary, including even the flight controller software. Unfortunately the Rodeo 110 retains similar proprietary components but the flight test is key to whether these are critical to the success of this model.
In the coming weeks we will be shooting a ‘Tips & Tricks’ video to improve the Rodeo 110, similar to the video that we shot for the Rodeo 150, watch this space.
Watch our video review…
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Part 1: Unboxing, Inspection & Binding
Part 2: Firmware & Flight Test
Where to buy…
The Walkera Rodeo 110 is available in two versions, with or without the Devo7 transmitter. If you already have a Devo7 or you wish to fly the Rodeo 110 with your own transmitter, then buy the ‘BNF’ version, alternatively choose the option to bundle the Devo7.
Below are the full technical details for the Walkera Rodeo 110.
|Main Rotor Dia||70mm|
|Overall (L x W x H)||101 x 117 x 55mm|
|Weight||101g (Battery excluded)|
|Remote Controller||DEVO 7|
|Receiver/Main Controller||Rodeo 110|
|Brushless ESC||Rodeo 110|
|Battery||7.4V 850mAh 25C 2S Li-Po|
|Working Temperature||-10℃~ +40℃|
|Power Input||DC 5-12V|
Comment below with your thoughts on the Walkera Rodeo 110, if you own one already then let us know of your experiences.
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