MiniQuadClub released the MQC ONE back in October and it took the community by storm. MQC have just announced that they are releasing two brand new frames, namely the MQC Fusion and the MQC X. Here at DroneUplift, we have already pre-ordered our frames and will be giving them a review soon!

The MQC Fusion:

The first frame that they have released is the MQC Fusion. In MiniQuadClub’s own words “the MQC Untitled-1Fusion is the perfect mix of the convenience of an H-quad chassis and the maneuverability of an X-quad. Add in the Lifetime Warranty, and you’ve got a recipe for destruction.

From the specifications shown below, this looks like a tough frame that has found the balance between speed and agility. We will review this as soon as we get our hands on it!

Specifications:

Material:  3K twill matte carbon fiber with Limited Lifetime Warranty*
 Prop Support: 5”
Airframe Size: 210mm
Dry Weight: 130g
Race Weight: 490g (with 1300mah 4s lipo)
AUW Weight: 560g (with 1300mah 4s lipo and GoPro/Yi)
Hardware: All metal bolts and nuts with aluminum standoffs
Body: Top plate, Bottom Plate, 4 arms, 2 FPV plates

You can preorder this frame at MiniQuadClubs website. It will cost you $99. This obviously is a very expensive, and most people would be hesitant to pay this much money for frame. However, it does come with free shipping and a lifetime warranty for any carbon parts of the frame. It also comes with Matek PDBs with 5v/12v regulation and lipo straps! Also, you are paying for quality when you buy with MiniQuadClub and from my experience, they have always been excellent at responding to email and sending spare parts in accordance to their warranty. Therefore I am willing to pay the extra for this frame.

The MQC X:

Everything that that has been said previously applies to the MQC X. It also costs $99 which is quite expensive – but it does come with a PDB, warrenty and the option to print 3D drone parts. MQC-X-1Also, MiniQuadClub delivered amazing quality with their MQC ONE and therefore I expect to see the same professional finish on the MQC X. Here are its specifications:

Specifications:

Material: 3K twill matte carbon fiber with Limited Lifetime Warranty*
 Prop Support: 5”
Airframe Size: 185mm
Dry Weight: 89g
Race Weight: 400g (with 1300mah 4s lipo)
AUW Weight: 500g (with 1300mah 4s lipo and GoPro/Yi)
Hardware: All metal bolts and nuts with aluminum standoffs
Body: Top plate, Mid-plate, Bottom Plate, 4 arms

Another cool feature that these frames hold is the fact that there are loads of 3D parts that you can attach onto your drone. Check them out here.

Ultimately, this frame is more expensive than others on the market. However, I consider MiniQuadClub as the ‘Apple’ of our community and so I will happily pay the extra money so long as they continue to deliver their high quality products with excellent customer service.

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