Swellpro Swift 2 Racing Drone

Drone Features

Battery Flight Time: 

up to 15 minutes

Remote Frequency: 

5.8 Ghz

The Swellpro Swift 2 Racing Drone features an aerodynamic design with low air resistance, perfect for fast racing as well as recording with its camera. It is capable of flying at high speeds of up to 130 km/h and can reach 0-100 km/h in just 3 seconds!

The light and simple drone has easy maneuverability due to its #2205 2300KV motors that are racing level, as well as 25A ESC and 3 bladed propellers for incredible power instantly.

The drone comes completely assembled and is ready to fly out of the box. The ESC, transmitter, controller and PCB are combined into the core of the drone’s 220mm uni-frame, with all the wires are neatly laid out.

Swellpro Swift 2 Racing Drone

The Swellpro Swift 2 Racing Drone is more than just speed racing, and also uses a 800TVL CMOS FPV camera that has an adjustable leans and can provide users with a 120° visual range. Its F2.5 aperture allows easy recording even in heavy sunlight or low light areas. Fliers can also view what the drone is recording as it sends a live video feed to the screen or compatible goggles.

Additionally, the drone can be used with a camera mount that has been deigned specially to hold action cameras like GoPro to provide fliers with a better recording experience. 

Swellpro Swift 2 Racing Drone

It works on a 3S 2600mAh LiPo battery that provides a flight time of up to 15 minutes, which is almost 30% to 40% longer than other racing drones.

What makes the Swift 2 a great racing drone is the fact that it uses high-end electronics and parts. It is equipped with top end ESCs to provide power and exceptional agility while racing at top speeds. Its PCB gives high conductivity due to its gold plating for longer usage.

The main board also comes with a water-resistant coating that allows flying in moist environments, and makes the drone water resistant. Another great advantage is that the drone’s electronics are completely modular and can be replaced separately by using only screws and soldering.



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