Hi! I am new. Where do you buy your Walkera drones?

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    Hi everyone,

    I am new and curious about where everybody finds the best deals for Walkera drones? These China online shops (Find the Best Prices for Walkera Products from China - CompareImports.com) seem great, but are there better places to look?

    Next to that, which model is the best for a beginner FPV flyer?

    Thanks,
    Kuurt


     
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    Are you a beginner FPV or beginner Pilot. or Both.
     
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    Hi Bjr,

    I think we can say both.. I have a Syma X5 and Hubsan X4, but I am still at the level of a beginner pilot. The hard part is obviously the point of view of the drone. Do need to master that before getting started with FPV flying?
     
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    You don't have to. FPV flying is way easier. But if you have a problem with the FPV signal and you don't have the orientation skills to get it back......:(
     
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    I got my Walkera Rodeo 110 from a local supplier (based here, Philippines) but buy spare parts at gearbest.com or banggood.com. I recommend you check out betafpv.com - the beta65s tiny whoop (or the bit bigger and newer beta75s) as a good alternative.



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