Team BlackSheep Tiny Whoop Nano PNP Drone

Team BlackSheep Tiny Whoop Nano PNP Drone
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The Tiny Whoop took the drone world by storm, providing a revolutionary flight experience never before seen. The idea was adopted by many aftermarket manufacturers, and their own implementations were delivered to customers around the world to compete with the original Tiny Whoop. Many decided to go larger, but until now, no one has thought to go smaller! 

Enter the Tiny Whoop Nano! With a 55mm diagonal motor to motor measurement, the Tiny Whoop Nano is certainly a new experience, as well as a new aircraft. Out of the box electronics are a perfect match for accurate and agile angle mode cruises, exploration, and spec racing. The power system can be upgraded, allowing for more speed or endurance. 

The world in front of you will feel larger, due to the smaller physical size of the Tiny Whoop Nano. The Nano Whoop can slip through the smallest of obstacles, and is completely going to change the way you whoop. 

Features at a Glance:
  • 55mm Lightweight Airframe
  • Turtle Mode Equipped
  • TBS based FPV Gear
  • FrSky D16 RX Equipped (XM Style) 

55mm Light Weight Airframe
The airframe has been redesigned to be smaller, lighter (3.00g) and utilize no hardware whatsoever. Each duct has only three struts that are heavily reinforced where they attach to the duct or the motor mount. The motor mounts themselves are designed to be compatible with 0615 size motors, but a small plastic peg can be clipped out to make room for 0617 motors. Because the ducts of this airframe are closer together, the battery mount holds the battery on it’s side, which allows free flow of the air.  Finally, just under the battery mount are two tiny loops. Jesse wanted these loops to encourage the community to innovate even more Tiny Whoop games. 

Turtle-able Brushed Flight Controller & Receiver Combo
The new F3 flight controller is equipped with hardware that is capable of reversing brushed motors, allowing the aircraft to flip itself over if it lands upside down, making this the first brushed Whoop-style aircraft capable of turtle-ing in any direction. The Tiny Whoop Nano FC is running the newly released “TBS Harold” flight controller software, and is tuned for snappy execution of control commands. 

TBS FPV System with Smart Audio
The FPV system uses the TBS Tiny Camera, with 700TVL resolution and a redesigned camera form-factor to fit as low as possible to the airframe under the canopy. The VTX is the infamous TBS Unify Pro Nano, the world’s smallest FPV video transmitter with 25mW/50mW power levels and integrated Smart Audio, allowing the pilot to change video channels instantly using only their transmitter. The video transmitter’s stock antenna is a linear dipole on FPC substrate, which looks like a sticker on one of the rear ducts. It’s incredibly durable, and transmits beautiful, clear video.

The Sweet Spot Between Speed and Control!
The stock motors are 0615 size brushed motors with a speed of 17,000kv, allowing for a high level of  throttle resolution and altitude control for technical and tight Tiny Whooping, but can easily be upgraded to any higher-kv 0615 or 0617 brushed motors, making it an extremely light and powerful Tiny Whoop.

Size: 55mm Motor to Motor
Weight: 18g dry
Video Transmitter: TBS Unify Pro Nano 25mW 5.8GHz
FPV Camera: 700TVL
Motors: 0615 17,000kV
Motor Compatibility: 0615-0617
Flight Time: Up to 4 minutes
Receiver: FrSky D16 XM Style
Battery: 1S 260mAh TBS Graphene LiPo


  • (1) Tiny Whoop Nano Drone
  • (1) 1s 260mAh TBS Graphene LiPo Battery
  • (1) Spare Canopy
  • (1) USB Charger w/PowerWhoop Connector (JST PH 2.0)
  • (1) X8 Radio System
Needed to Complete:
  • (1) 5.8Ghz Video Monitor or FPV Goggle System

Verified Owner
Friday, Apr 17 2020 (8 months ago)
Team BlackSheep Tiny Whoop Nano PNP Drone
The battery cable is short and it's hard to plug into the battery when it's installed in the drone. This would normally be a small problem, but when my son tried to connect the battery the very first time, something went very far wrong, and there was a lot of white smoke. Fortunately, the drone's frame melted through, and I was able to pull the battery free before my son could pull the garden hose into the living room, but the battery, the cable, and the frame aren't good for much anymore, and it looks like at least one chip on the controller board has blistered. I reached out to TinyWhoop, who put me in touch with TBS, but a week after my initial exchange with them I haven't heard anything. I'm pretty disappointed, and my son is gutted. We'd both still like to fly one of these, but I can't see investing another 130-odd bucks when the thing can turn to smoke so fast.
Verified Owner
Friday, Jan 17 2020 (11 months ago)
Team BlackSheep Tiny Whoop Nano PNP Drone
I don’t have a ton of experience flying racing quads and micros, but I can say for $120 RTF this is not a bad quad. The only downfall is that it is not very robust. I have had it for a few weeks and I have already needed to change the canopy 3 times even after dubbing it up once, and have had to change the frame out twice. But I know the whole canopy thing is pretty much normal for tiny whoops in general. The image from the quad is very clear and the thing has over all pretty good signal!