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Eachine Wizard X220S review

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With an approximate top speed of 50-60 mph the $229 FPV drone flew well with another pilot: Chivo. The battery stayed cool after the test flight, and the controller is designed to be simple enough for even a beginner to operate. The LED lights on the back of the drone also responds to RC turn signals; if a pilot turns right, the LED lights on the right side of the drone will light up.

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Wizard X220s review proves just how tough the drone is!

Usually starting FPV racing means picking out components and building the drone yourself, but the Wizard X220s is a ready-to-fly package. Even though it is built with carbon fiber and has accents of purple, this racing drone is not a toy. Throughout the test flights, the drone crashed two to three times, but only a few minor scratches and damage on the propellers were seen. Eachine also includes 10 pairs of propellers, so replacing is as easy as just swapping them out.

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X220s review conclusion

x220s review

For freestyle beginners, the attached camera is good enough. If the drone needs replacement parts, sites like Banggood offers replacements. A new pilot can easily learn FPV racing using this drone. The Wizard X220s’s durability also means it will still have use in the long run. For a drone that can take a beating and fly with minimal setup, the Eachine Wizard X220s is We Talk UAV’s choice for best beginner FPV drone.

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