Trashcan - Eachine, 1-2S Brushless Whoop

The Trashcan has first of all an very interesting name - but luckily it performs better than the name suggests. This model is made by Eachine and was released in late 2018. The name was chosen by the community which explains why it is, what it is.

The Trashcan comes with two PH 2.0 connectors so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your brushed whoop. Similar to the Mobula7 you have the option to fly it with one or 2S. This makes it a perfect fit for flying in and outdoors.

The cam is a Caddx EOS2 with 1200 TV lines which is pretty impressive for a quad of this size and can be adjusted from 0° to 35°.

Equipped with a F4 flight controller this quad is future proofed and it comes with an OSD and Smart Audio to easily manage your video transmitter settings like band and channel.

You can get this model with a matching receiver for your transmitter or no receiver at all if you prefer to use your own.

Both contain 4x 1S HV batteries, a charger, some tools, a carrying case and of course the copter itself.

You can pick up the Trashcan on banggood for less than $100.


Motors 0803 (16000KV) with connector?
Batteries 1-2S (2x 1S PH 2.0)
FC F4 with OSD
ESC 6A continuous, 7A peak
RX options Frsky, Flysky, DSMX, None
VTX 25mW, 200mW with Smart Audio
Cam Caddx EOS2, NTSC, 1200TVL
Size 75mm (diagonal, motor to motor)
Weight 33.0g
Props 40mm, 1.0mm shaft hole
Batteries 4x 1S 300mAh HV
Price $99.00 - 101.99


You might be interested in upgrading to this 1S charger, you can charge six 1S batteries at once and also charge at high voltage (4.35V).



Eachine provides us with all needed spare parts should something break:


The Trashcan is a very versatile brushless whoop, if you want to fly it indoors, just use 1S. Want to fly it outdoors - use 2S. For the money you are really getting a lot.

Absolute beginners should take a closer look at something that can take more of a beating like for example the Emax Tinyhawk.

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