Tiny 7 is the newest quad to come from KingKong, released along side its smaller brother, the Tiny 6. This one comes in at 75mm across and 31.3g (excluding battery).
You can get either the advanced or basic versions here for $85, and see my review of the Tiny 6 here.
Here are the specs:
Battery: 3.7V 500mAh 30C
FC: Micro F3(Betaflight)
Frame: ABS high-quality
Motor: 720 Brushed
AC800(Frsky D8R, Frsky:X9D X9E X12S)
FS PPM(Flysky FS-RX2A : FS -I6, FS-I6X, FS-I6S, FS-TM8, FS-TM10, FS-I10)
The basic package comes with one 500mah battery, and a USB charger. If you get the advanced version, you’ll get an extra 4 batteries, a 5 way charger, and 3 different coloured bodies and sets of props.
The battery lasts about 5 minutes, which is pretty good for a build like this. It’s a shame the quad can only handle 1s, however this is still enough to give it a good thrashing.
The great thing about this quad is the reinforced frame, with connecting parts between each duct. A lot of the cheap micro quads have pretty shoddy plastic bodies with no support, so it’s great this is so solid, and can take a lot of crashes.
The camera quality is good, and the transmission range is reasonable. I got the FrSky version which comes with the tiny AC800 receiver, and this works really well and is an easy set up.