- Made from super-strong and lightweight 3k twill carbon fibre
- Frame size: 230mm
- Frame weight: 160g
- Clean and dirty section for vibration free video recording
- Arms can be extended to allow for 5” and 6” props
- Shear guards to protect rubber bobbins
- Fully foldable design
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From AtasSphere, the designers of the Defiance 265mm frame, introducing the brand new Magni mini-quad frame! Magni, also known as the Norse God of Strength, reflects what Atas strives to mirror in the design of the Magni frame. In order for the frame to be strong enough withstand the abuse of a beginner and veteran pilot, the Magni is kit out with aluminum parts and metal screws throughout the frame to ensure maximum strength.
The Magni is also made up of a clean and dirty section design where the clean section is suspended on top of the dirty section of the frame using rubber bobbins, included in the kit, to enable pilots to capture jello-free video. As with this design, the rubber bobbins are regularly subjected to brutal forces in high speed crashes and most of the time they may shear apart, taking out most of the wiring in traditional mini-quads. This is not a problem with the Magni as there are shear guards to limit seperation of the clean section of the frame and protect the bobbins in the event of a hard crash and prevent them from stretching beyond their breaking point.
Mini-quads have also evolved through time and most seasoned pilots prefer 6” props today to achieve a higher thrust capacity for a more agile machine. The Magni is capable of fitting props up to 6” in size and a combination of 2000-2400kv motors and 6”x4.5” props should be a recipe for a pocket rocket. Beginner pilots may tame down the flight characteristics by using 5” propellors which will also deliver decent flight performance while at the same time maximising flight time. The frame is also foldable that will make the final product highly portable and it will fit into most backpacks. With the use of a couple of tools the Magni will folded or unfolded and ready for action. In the event of a hard crash, the arms will also fold backwards to soak up some of the impact and overall increase the durability and survivability of the frame.