Interactive CLICK table for latest prices. (1S & 2S whoops) Flight time is in minutes, RTF = Ready to fly. BNF = Bind & fly, PNP = Plug & Play. BNF whoops require purchase of separate FPV goggles and a control handset. Control handsets compatible with Flysky receivers include the Flysky I6, Flysky I6S and Turnigy Evolution. Control handsets compatible with Frsky receivers include the Taranis QX7, X-lite, X9D and Special Edition. Spectrum handsets are compatible with DMSX/2 receivers. Weight figures for 1S and 2S whoops do not include battery. Data was sourced from UAVfutures or Banggood and Gearbest product descriptions. (1S Lipo) *The TINY WHOOP – Micro FPV Pilots of the World group was asked to vote for their preferred 1S battery. **Punch test time to 15ft in seconds, battery data sourced from The Quadcopter Review‘s 260mAh 1S HV Lipo Battery Shootout and product descriptions. (2S Lipo) *The 2S POWER-WHOOP GROUP was asked to vote for their preferred 2S battery. Upgraded PH2 connectors (top, left) are recommended over XT30 connectors (top, right) by superlight 2S whoop-builder Steven Merrell because of their reduced weight with equivalent performance. 16 AWG gauge wire is recommended. Product links support data curation by FPVmap. Make any purchase (not just the linked product) after clicking one of the affiliate links above. Coupons may be available for selected products.
Looking for 1S whoops, 2S whoops or whoop batteries with the greatest value, lowest weight or longest flight time? Use the interactive table above to find the FPV whoop and whoop battery for you and click on one of the video symbols for flight footage and a more in-depth review from the likes of Nick Burns, Albert Kim, UAVfutures or Joshua Bardwell. If you still can’t decide which whoop to choose watch the head-to-head video comparisons by Nick Burns, UAVfutures and Albert Kim below.
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