Chasser88 Brushless Micro10:17

Behold the power of brushless motors! In this video I test out the Eachine Chasser88 micro brushless quadcopter. I put it through a gauntlet of testing so I can determine if I can recommend you getting one. Out of the box the Chasser88 is ALMOST ready to fly.

What you get:
2 full sets of DYS 2030 props (8)
2s 450mah 45C lipo (1)
Battery charger
Racer Star 1103 10000Kv brushless motors
800TVL 150 deg 25mW FPV camera
6 amp 4 in 1 ESC with DShot 600
F3 Flight Controller
LED light bar with buzzer

What is a tad unusual is that the Chasser88 does NOT come with a receiver so you will have to install your own. There is already a nice wiring harness soldered into the FC for you to plug into a receiver so that is a plus. Other than that the brushless micro quad is ready to fly.

**Obligatory you will need your own transmitter and FPV goggles statement.**

After getting a good PID tune the Chasser88 turned into a beast! So much more power than my brushed micro quads. The frame is very strong and has held up to some incredible beatings!

If you are looking for a brushless micro quad, I would highly recommend the Eachine Chasser88. Make sure you pick up some extra props and some batteries because once you get this thing in the air you won’t want to stop flying!


Eachine Chaser88:

FrSky XM Receiver:

Recommended 2s Lipos:
Gaoneng GNB 2S Battery:

2s Lipos that I tested:
ZOP Power 2S Battery:
Giant Power 360mah Battery:
Giant Power 450mah Battery:
Gaoneng GNB 2S Battery:

XT30 Connectors:
Male and Female Plugs:

UPGRADED FPV Camera Antenna (Dipole):

TX03 FPC Cam:

FrSky Taranis Radio Transmitter:

FatShark Dominator V3 FPV Goggles:

Laforge Diversity Module:

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