NEWS: Makerfire Armor 67

Yet another mini brushless machine maybe now more closer to a micro, here is the Makerfire Armor 67:

So a more compact machine, only 67mm …. so really close to a Tinywhoop size. Comes with a full carbon propguard but the camera support looks like 3D printed. One more time, the electronoc is based on a F3 Omnibus + betaflightOSD integrated and a 4-in-1 10A BLheli_S/Dshot 300 ESC board (and probably Dshot 600 too). Motors are more compact some 1103/100000Kv so probably a better choice for the thrust than 0703 (Eachine DustX58) but it will add a lot of extra weight. Can we expect to run this setup in 3S ? maybe … The FPV system is based on AIO 600TVL CMOS camera + 25mW 48CH VTX. 41g is announced without the battery … and should turn around 60g with the 400mAh 2S LiPo. For indoors applications, I am a little bit afraid how robust will be the camera support. If the dustX58, no real problem are reported, here with twice the weight can be a different story. The machine is proposed in BNF with two choices of receiver: Spektrum DSM2/DSMX and FrSky D8.




Brand Name: Makerfire
Item Name: Armor 67 67mm 5.8G FPV Racing Drone BNF
Model: Armor 67
Wheelbase: 67mm
Motor: 1103 10000KV brushless motor
ESC: 10A BLHELI_S 4 in 1 ESC ( Support Oneshot / Dshot300 )
Propeller: 1535 4-blades propeller
Receiver: Compatible DSM2/ Frsky Receiver ( Optional)
Camera: 1/4 CMOS FOV120 HD 600TVL
VTX: 5.8G 48CH 25mW NTSC/PAL video transmitter
Flight controller: Betaflight F3 6DOF built-in OSD
OSD: Betaflight OSD
Firmware of flight controller: Betaflight_OMNIBUS
Flight time : 5 minutes
Battery: 2S 7.4V 400mAh 30C Lipo
Weight: 41g (without Battery)


-Armor 67 Is a brushless indoor racing drone, has jaw-dropping flight performance
-Built-in OSD(Using F3 MCU controls OSD over SPI bus in DMA mode), has been include in BETAFLIGHT_OMNIBUS
-The newest 4in1 10A Mini ESC with LDO function, support Oneshot/Dshot300
-Configuration 25 mw 600TVL camera transmission system, wide dynamic wide-angle camera, good backlight effect
-Brushless power system provides sufficient power to experience the first perspective flight

Package Included:
1x Armor 67 Frame Kit
1x F3 Flight Control Built-in OSD
4x 1103 10000KV Motor
4x 1535 4-Blade Propeller ( 2 CW & 2 CCW)
1x 10A 4 in 1 ESC
1x 600TVL Camera
1x 5.8G 48CH 25mW PAL/NTSC VTX
1x Compatible DSM2 Or Frsky Receiver
1x 2S 7.4V 400mAh 30C Lipo Battery


  • Matt says:

    A nice copy!.of the Tomoquad’s Kosho!
    Press release:..
    United States based company, TomoQuads, has announced that its newest design named the “Kosho” is now available for preorder.

    After extensive testing with different frame sizes and designs, Tomo (Tomoshimei Ki Tata) has finally released his revolutionary Kosho design into the world of nano brushless quads.

    The Kosho is a 64mm-sized nano quad that takes advantage of the newly available 16 x16 flight controller created by Fishpepper.

    Using a four-in-one esc and powered by revolutionarily small BR0703 brushless motors, the Kosho weighs in with a 32g AUW carrying a 200mah 1S lipo.

    This AUW enables the Kosho to produce remarkable power, speed, and agility that has not previously been seen in the brushless 1s platform.

    A properly assembled Kosho is extremely stable in the air with little to no drifting, even when flown on angle or horizon auto leveling modes.

    These characteristics allow the Kosho to deliver an amazing flight experience for both beginners and experienced tiny whoop pilots that are ready to move into the brushless whoop era.

    The remarkable stability of the Kosho comes from Tomoquad’s brilliantly designed soft-mount called, “The Floating FC Design.”

    As many nano quad builders out there can attest, vibration is the number one problem faced in nano quad builds. The motors are mounted too close to the FC, causing the FC’s gyro to work extra hard to filter out these unwanted vibrations.

    These vibrations are one of the main reasons most nano quads are prone to drift and have decreased flight times.

    Until now, with the release of Tomo’s Floating FC Design, we have previously only seen so called soft-mount designs that use screws and standoffs, which pass through the frame and flight controller.

    Those designs are not effective in filtering the troublesome vibrations.

    The Tomoquad’s Floating FC Design revolutionizes the mounting of the flight controller, thus protecting it from the vibrations of a nano-sized frame.

    Tomo’s design filters out all high frequency vibrations produced by the motors and props, thus making the Kosho incredibly stable in the air. This implemental feature gives the Kosho its excellent flight characteristics.

    The TomoQuad’s Kosho can be preordered at

    TomoQuads: Where innovative designs bring performance.

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