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  • RC EYE One.

    16 61.54%
  • RC EYE One S (flat canopy).

    10 38.46%
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Thread: RC EYE One vs. RC EYE One S

  1. #21
    I do like the new legs. I think this will protect the motors better. But I wish there was a little more support between f the arms and the frame. That seems to be the weak spot on the Eye One. I have two Eye Ones, I'm waiting for for a frame for one so I had to get another. Still a great little Quad.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlcamp7 View Post
    Is the S still planned to be released in March as well or if not is there a set time for release?
    March - April is our target. Our focus is with the Xtreme version at the moment. The S version is 3rd priority since we are also working on another slightly bigger version, a 250 size brushless quad. We will share updates periodically.
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  4. #24
    How about a leg set that can be flipped out until it engages an indentation and "locks" into place. That way you could choose to have them extended or not......OR have 4 individual legs that could be snapped to the boom so you could choose to have them or not?

  5. #25
    Hello,

    I'm very interested in the Eye One S. Have a few questions about it:

    1. Will it have altogether 4 modes? (beginner, sport, extreme, 3D)?
    2. Will it be available in Germany too?

    Love the 2.4Ghz feature so that I can finally fly an Eye One in my country too!

    Cheers
    Impakt

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  7. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Mofroggy View Post
    How about a leg set that can be flipped out until it engages an indentation and "locks" into place. That way you could choose to have them extended or not......OR have 4 individual legs that could be snapped to the boom so you could choose to have them or not?
    @Mofroggy-

    Thanks for sharing your input. The plan is to have the landing legs be swap-able with either the EYE One, or EYE One S.

    This is a simple process, and only takes a minute to do.

    Thanks very much for sharing your ideas with us!

    Adam
    Go big, fly hard.

  8. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by Impakt View Post
    Hello,

    I'm very interested in the Eye One S. Have a few questions about it:

    1. Will it have altogether 4 modes? (beginner, sport, extreme, 3D)?
    2. Will it be available in Germany too?

    Love the 2.4Ghz feature so that I can finally fly an Eye One in my country too!

    Cheers
    Impakt
    @Impakt-

    Answer to questions

    1. yes
    2. I cannot confirm this, although there is no reason it will not be available also. Once more information becomes available I will let you know.

    Regards,

    Adam
    Go big, fly hard.

  9. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Adam.RCLogger View Post
    @Impakt-

    Answer to questions

    1. yes
    2. I cannot confirm this, although there is no reason it will not be available also. Once more information becomes available I will let you know.

    Regards,

    Adam
    Sounds really good, thank you!


    Cheers
    Impakt

    (Edit: Posts are always duplicated, don't know why. Sorry)
    Last edited by Impakt; 17.02.2013 at 00:08.

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    always duplicate!?

  11. #29
    Several weeks ago I had a hard landing on my driveway and broke an arm on my Eye One. I CA'd and epoxied it, but only a few flights later it broke again. I ordered a new frame from Heli-Heli.com in Arizona and received the parts in 3 days, great service. I have replaced the frame and I am back in the air. I have to weigh in on the new Eye One S or any new model being worked on. The chassis is the carrier and everything attaches to it. The most important aspect of the chassis is: strength, it should maintain it's integrity and protect the other components. The chassis of the Eye One is much too fragile and is not able to be repaired. Also to replace the chassis, the motor leads must be unsoldered. I also fly a Blade MQV quad that is heavier, faster and crashes MUCH harder than the eye One and has never been injured. It is a very strong chassis, also the motor leads un-plug from the board making it easier to replace.

    Jim

  12. #30
    Several weeks ago I had a hard landing on my driveway and broke an arm on my Eye One. I CA'd and epoxied it, but only a few flights later it broke again. I ordered a new frame from Heli-Heli.com in Arizona and received the parts in 3 days, great service. I have replaced the frame and I am back in the air. I have to weigh in on the new Eye One S or any new model being worked on. The chassis is the carrier and everything attaches to it. The most important aspect of the chassis is: strength, it should maintain it's integrity and protect the other components. The chassis of the Eye One is much too fragile and is not able to be repaired. Also to replace the chassis, the motor leads must be unsoldered. I also fly a Blade MQV quad that is heavier, faster and crashes MUCH harder than the eye One and has never been injured. It is a very strong chassis, also the motor leads un-plug from the board making it easier to replace.

    Jim

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