Living in north Idaho for many of us means putting some of our beloved RC products on the shelf for several months as we eagerly await warmer days. The Tiny Whoop Revolution has changed this, at least for me. I find myself buzzing around our warehouse here at Venom during lunch on a near daily basis. The rush of bombing down aisles, cutting through racking, and threading the needle on any other small gap I muster the courage to shoot is absolutely intoxicating. While the warehouse staff is not nearly as fond of these “whoop sessions” as I am they are fairly tolerant and I think they are growing more accustom to my encroachment into their workspace. A big shout out to our Warehouse staff here at Venom, you guys rock!
I got into the Tiny Whoop scene pretty early on as a co-worker brought this, what was then a new trend, to light. As is the case with most that have been bitten by the Tiny Whoop bug I have tinkered with many different setups including trying various motors, AOI cameras, props, and most recently flight controllers. Just last week I finally made the leap and picked up a BeeBrain FC and am now running BetaFlight on a Tiny Whoop, how cool! It is crazy how this segment of the hobby has progressed and not just specific to the Tiny Whoop but drones in general.
As a battery and charger company we have been working on new ways to support the Tiny Whoop community beyond our current 1S multi charge adaptor board and line of 1S drone batteries which range from 150mAh, 180mAh, and most recently 250mAh. In this regard we have some products in the works right now that support this goal and I am really excited to see these come to fruition. More to come on that soon….