Let’s get this out of the way right now: the Ruko F11 is not a toy, nor is it a beginner-level plane. It’s a 100% ready to fly FPV racing drone that you will need to master if you want to fly it well.
The Ruko F11 is a game-changer in the field of FPV racing drones. It weighs just under 520 grams, and it is powered by a 2500mAh 2S LiPo battery that will give you around 30 minutes of flight time. A full charge takes roughly 30 minutes, and you can even charge during flight using the micro USB port.
To control the Ruko F11, you will need a Spektrum radio system.
The Ruko F11 is available with either a Spektrum DX6i or DX8. If you don’t already have a Spektrum transmitter, you can get the Ruko F11 with the DX6i or DX8 for $400. The Ruko F11 is designed to be flown solely with FPV goggles.
You can use a regular monitor, but the Ruko F11 was not designed to be flown outside of goggles. The Ruko F11 can fly only with FPV goggles. Now that we know you can’t fly the Ruko F11 without FPV goggles, let’s talk about the goggles that come with the Ruko F11. The Ruko F11 is available with the Quanum Cyclops goggles or the Quantum DIY FPV goggles.
The Quanum Cyclops goggles are a groundbreaking set of FPV goggles that feature an integrated Android-based DVR. The Cyclops goggles have a pair of built-in 5.8GHz 32ch FPV cameras connected to an integrated Android 2.3 tablet that features a 5.5-inch screen. Now that we know you can’t fly the Ruko F11 without FPV goggles, let’s talk about the goggles that come with the Ruko F11. The Cyclops goggles can record flight video to their internal 8GB microSD card.
The DVR will also record your flight data to the internal memory. The Cyclops goggles have a built-in 800mAh battery that offers a whopping 5 hours of flight time.
The Quanum DIY FPV goggles are a set of FPV goggles that you can assemble yourself. They are not as streamlined as the Cyclops goggles, but they are a great option for people who want to build their FPV goggles from scratch.
A typical 3S LiPo battery powers the Quanum DIY FPV goggles, so they will last around 6 hours on a single charge. The Ruko F11 can reach speeds of 80km/h, so you don’t want to be flying it around in your living room. You can fly it outside, but you’re going to want to fly it in a large, open space like a football field or a baseball field. It would be best if you also had a spotter with you when you fly the Ruko F11.
The Ruko F11 is not for the faint of heart. It’s a race-ready FPV racing drone that will require you to learn how to fly FPV racing drones if you want to fly it well. If you already know how to fly FPV racing drones, or if you’re willing to learn, you will love the Ruko F11.
It’s an excellent FPV racing drone that features a ton of power and superior handling that features a ton of energy and excellent handling. We have been flying FPV drones for years now, but the Ruko F11 is one of the best FPV racing drones we have ever flown. It’s fast, easy to control, and super fun to fly.