Aerodyne Nimbus 195 the most crash proof racing quadcopter

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Aerodyne Nimbus 195 is the most tough racing drone ever!!! You can land this drone in snow, hit the wall made of brick, hit the tree or ride your car over it and it still gonna fly!!! Check out unstoppable and amazing crash proof drone from Russia!

Aerodyne Rc it’s a group of Russian inventors that makes racing quadcopters made of carbon fiber- one of the strongest components on the market right now.

If you saw amazing crash proof Walkera F210 racing drone and you were impressed , you might like this little quadcopter. Well, ok you can say that a lot of racing quadcopters are made of carbon fiber, but this one is special. Why? The frame has fully built-up structure and every single part as ESC, PC board or fpv camera are fully covered by a carbon monocoque exoskeleton. As you can see on the video below Aerodyne Nimbus 195 will survive even if gonna try to smash it by your car. And if this racing drone is capable to fly after your car will ride over it, typical crash during a racing is a peace of cake for it.

Because the carbon fiber build is really solid, you can land your drone on the snow with no worry that Aerodyne Nimbus 195  main parts will burned. Racing quadcopter from Aerodyne Rc has an IP54(on IP Ratings-Ingress Protection)- high protection class against ingress of liquids as water.

It’s worth to mention that Aerodyne Rc quadcopter has F4 FC with OSD, 4in1 ESCs 30 A, powerful 2206 2300 kV motors, great HS 1177/1190 FPV camera and 5 inch propellers on the board and BNF weight of this quad is 320-350 g . It’s compatible with Betaflight 3.0.

What the trick?

Well, Aerodyne Nimbus 195 is not cheap and it’s even more accurately to say that it’s expensive. For amazing crash proof carbon fiber frame we have to spend $160, for drone with all parts on the board- about 490$ and for RTF kit with drone and RC TBS Tango with FrSky XJT -750$. Because Aerodyne Nimbus 195 is a one of Indiegogo project, it’s planned be sent to customers in March 2017.

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