ImmersionRC Vortex 275 PRO ARF 350mW Quad Race Drone (Metall Danny Edition) w/Zipper Case

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This is the ImmersionRC Metall Danny Edition Vortex 275 PRO ARF 350mW Quad Racing Drone with an included Zippered case. This special drone features all the greatness of the original Vortex 275 PRO but includes V-Spec 2205-2000kV motors, 2-blade 6035 HQ props, a CCD equivalent to the HS1177 and a Titanium Screw Kit.

Specifications:
Weight: ~435g without battery, or HD camera
Power Requirements: 3S/4S LiPo (typical)
ESCs: Full Custom, 20A cont. 22A peak, rotorSENSE, OneShot125
Motors: Custom VSpec 22052000kV, with 3mm axles, 5mm shafts
Props: OEM HQ 6035
Flight Camera: FatShark 700TVL v2 CMOS (included)
HD Camera: GoPro Hero, Hero 3/4
Receiver Compatibility: CPPM, SBus, Spektrumô, XBus, SumH, SumD (no external adapters required)
Flight Time: Highly dependent upon battery, and flying style

Includes:

  • (1) Vortex 275 Pro Race Quad, Fully assembled and tested
  • (1) Vortex 275 Pro Zipper case, fits 250 and 270 versions (5" or 6" props), with two zipper pockets
  • (2) ImmersionRC Branded battery straps (Installed)
  • (1) SpiroNET Omni 5.8GHz antenna
  • (1) PPM Interface Cable
  • (1) Spektrum(tm) Interface Cable
  • (1) SBus Interface Cable
  • (8) OEM HQ 035 Props
  • Packaging is the zipper case

This product was added to our catalog on September 21, 2016.

Bill
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jan 11 2017 (1 week ago)
ImmersionRC Vortex 275 PRO ARF 350mW Quad Race Drone (Metall Danny Edition)
Bought this model to get my feet wet in the FPV world. I've tried every other version of the remote control field over the years. That being said, I'm trying to stock up on the spare parts I know I will need when I start running into things(trees, ground, etc...), I find that you can't get a one to one replacement for the motors. Immersionrc replied to my email that I needed to use a 2204 2300kv motor. That means I need to buy 4 or more to replace just one damaged motor that comes with the kit. Not good.
If it was just released in August of 2016, shouldn't there at least be spares available?? Also, the props that come with it seem to be discontinued??
For these reasons alone, I'm giving this kit a 2.
It is a very nice kit all the same. Very good quality.)