• Apollo 130mm Mini Carbon Fiber
  • Apollo 130mm Mini Carbon Fiber
Apollo 130mm Mini Carbon Fiber

Apollo 130mm Mini Carbon Fiber

$39.95

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Description

DETAILS

Apollo, 130mm of pure fury! This mini quadcopter was designed for those who want to learn how to fly, and for those advanced fliers who want to rip around tight places! Apollo mini is designed to fly agile and get in the tightest of tight places! But don't let the size fool you, Apollo mini will open up and run like the "Big Boys" so to speak! From a beginner to a more advanced racer, this mini is one to have in your arsenal!

Specs

  • Size: 130mm
  • Thickness: 3mm
  • Bottom Plate Weight: 29g
  • Side Wall Camera Mount Weight: 1g
  • Camera Mount Plate Weight: 1.5g 
  • Material: 3k Carbon Fiber
  • Airframe Weight With PDB and Hardware: 57g

Note: When wiring in your pigtail, we found it works best if you spilt the cables around the rear standoff post. Just helps keep the XT60 nice and tight againist the post.

Included

  • 7x 30mm Aluminum Standoffs Red
  • 7x M3x8mm Aluminum Screws Red
  • 7x M3x6mm Aluminum Screws Red
  • 11x M3x8mm Button Head Steel Screws
  • 7x M3x6 Buttton Head Steel Screws
  • 5x M3x10x6 Nylon Standoffs Black
  • 5x M3 Nylon Nuts Black
  • 5x M2x20 Steel Screws
  • 5x M2 Lock Nuts
  • 1x Atmo Simple PDB
  • 1x Small Atmo Battery Strap
  • 1x 3mm Thick Carbon Fiber Frame
  • 2x 1.5mm Carbon Fiber Side Wall Camera Mount
  • 1x 1.5mm Carbon Fiber Camera Mount Plate
  • 1x 1.5mm Carbon Fiber Apollo Top Plate
  • 1x 3D Printed Antenna Mount White
  • 2x Black Antenna Tubes

Suggested Build Parts

We also carry the Apollo 130mm Mini Lexan and the Apollo 130mm Mini G-10.

Videos

Reviews (4)

4 reviews 5 out of 5
  • Patrick L. May 12, 2017
    A Perfect 130 Frame
    I've flown a few other 130mm quads and some are either not made well or difficulty to get everything under the hood so to speak. The Apollo, on the other hand, is great. For the most part if felt like building a 5" quad. It wasn't difficult to find a home for all of the electronics and once I got it up in the air I was surprised the power and handling it has. I personally did go up to the EMAX 3300kv motors on little bee 20A escs and I am using Lumenier 4s 1000 Mah batteries. Here is a video of one of the first flights, https://youtu.be/qtwyTg9kP08. Definitely a durable 130mm frame to consider.
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  • Daniel G. Jul 24, 2016
    I love this little beast!
    Out of the many quads I have built this is quickly becoming my favorite to fly. The build was super simple and probably my cleanest build to date. I didn't feel tight on space in the slightest and fully built this thing is LIGHT! I've flow and crashed this thing many many times and because this frame is so light there's never any damage. I think i've broken maybe 1 HQ prop so far and if you fly with HQ props you know they break easy! I would totally recommend this 130 frame to anyone looking to haul ass with minimum probability of crash damage.
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  • Balto W. Jul 4, 2016
    Awesome Little Frame
    Great little frame with plenty of room to build on. Would buy the Apollo 130mm CF again!
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  • Derrick S. Apr 7, 2016
    Apollo 130 is a rocket!
    This was my 1st micro build, very happy with the challenge of such a tight build. This thing is a rocket, just like the name says.
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday, February 10, 2016.