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EMAX Tinyhawk RTF Drone

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The TinyHawk is a micro brushless quadcopter equipped with an amazing F4 processor based flight controller, FPV camera and transmitter combo, 15000kv brushless motors with durable ball bearings

Designed from the ground up, EMAX's innovative design allows the TinyHawk to perform maneuvers that would normally only be able to be done on larger quads.

The RTF Bundle gives you everything you need to start flying in just minutes. Everything is included, goggles, radio, and of course the TinyHawk quadcopter! This bundle is the perfect solution for anyone to learn the basic of FPV flying, beginners and pros alike. 

The included receiver is compatible with FrSky D8 mode.

  • 75mm Indoor racing drone
  • 08025 brushless motor with durable ball bearing for increase flight and low maintenance 
  • Durable polypropylene plastic frame with propeller guards
  • Motor beeper function. Find your TinyHawk after a crash
  • Speeds up to 56kph
  • Up to 4 minutes flight time on a single battery
  • Fast F4 Processor for smooth stable flight characteristics 
  • MPU6000 gyro for vibration free operations
  • Unique inverted motor design to keep CG as low as possible to fit in the smallest of spaces
  • 25mw VTX and 600tvl Camera included for fun FPV flight via FPV style goggles
  • Smart Audio function to change VTX channel via your transmitter
  • OSD settings control to customize flight feel
  • Pre-tuned from the factory with expert pilots and new pilots in mind. 3 rate profile settings for all types of flying feel
  • Plug in type motors for easy maintenance 
  • 1s High Voltage (HV) 450mah lipo included
  • FrSky compatible D8 receiver built into FC
  • Custom carbon fiber themed carrying case
TinyHawk Specifications:
Size and Weight
Size: 75mm motor to motor
Physical Dimensions: 110x95x39mm (LxWxH)
Weight: 42g with 450mah 1s Battery
Frame Material: Polypropylene
Prop Specifications:
Diameter: 40mm
Blades: 3
Pitch: 23mm
Weight: 0.5 g
Motor Specifications:
Stator: 8mm x 2.5mm (08025)
Kv: 15000kv
Weight: 2.5g
Bearing Size: Φ1.5*Φ4*2mm
Shaft Diameter: Φ1.5mm
Propeller Mount: Press Fit Over Bell
PCB Specifications:
Flight Controller: F4(MATEKF411 firmware)
ESCs: 4in1 3A 
Receiver: EMAX Tiny receiver (Compatible with Frsky D8 mode)
Battery Connector: JST-PH2
Camera & VTX Specifications:
VTX Power: 25mw
Channels: 37CH
Camera Properties: 600TVL CMOS
Smart Audio
Battery Specifications:
Voltage: 1s 4.35v HV
Capacity: 450 mAh
Discharge rating: 80c/160c
EMAX Transporter Goggles Specifications:
Maximum display size: 140×153×90mm
Weight (without battery): 398g
Resolution: 480×272
Battery: 1 cell 18650 lipo battery
EMAX E6 Transmitter Specifications:
Size: 181×213×80mm
Weight (without battery): 211g
Number of channels: 6 Channels
Transmission frequency: 2.4GHz ISM Band(2400MHz~2483.5MHz)
Output Power: 22dbm
Modulation: GFSK
Battery: 1 cell 18650 lipo battery

  • (1) Lightweight soft carry case, with carbon fiber design
  • (1) Tiny Hawk drone
  • (1) USB High Voltage capable 4 port USB Charger
  • (1) 1s High Voltage (HV) 450mah lipo battery
  • (1) FPV Goggle: EMAX Transporter 40 channel
  • (1) EMAX E6 Transmitter: 6 Channel
  • (1) USB Cable for charging goggle, radio
  • (1) Parts Bag
  • (1) Phillips screwdriver
  • (2) 18650 Battery already pre-installed
  • (1) Spare set of AVAN Tinyhawk 3 blade propellers

This product was added to our catalog on March 13, 2019

Verified Owner
Sunday, Nov 3 2019 (1 week ago)
EMAX Tinyhawk RTF Drone
This drone is Jaw droppingly durable. After getting to the point where I can kinda not crash it around the house (after lots of crashes) I've been letting kids as young as 3 fly the thing and more then a few times they have launched it to 50+ feet in the air and then let it drop onto solid pavement. After all that abuse, I've broken 1 prop, and bent a second (bent right back and went back to flying.) Otherwise its working fine.

I did have an issue with the goggles going belly up after I had had them for less then an hour, but a quick video of the issue and support had a new set out to me in less then 7 days. I will probably be upgrading the goggles quick quickly, but honestly, the value for the price is still amazing.

I highly recommend getting a few extra batteries, I got 3 (for a total of 4) and that's good, but I will certainly be buying 2-3 more soon.

As a completely inexperienced flyer, I absolutely recommend it as a starter kit.