UK65, US65 - Eachine, 1S Brushless Whoop

The UK or US65 is an upgraded version of the UR65. The difference between the UK65 and US65 is simply the color scheme of frame and canopy. There is a variety of different country themed color schemes available for this frame.

This model comes with a PH 2.0 connector so you can continue to use your 1S LiPo’s that you might have for your other models.

The all in one cam is very well protected by the canopy and you can easily adjust camera tilt.

Equipped with a F3 flight controller this quad is not so future proof, but it comes with a good default tune, so most people will not even update it. It also has an OSD to display in-flight stats and you can manage your video transmitter via Smart Audio and your transmitter. The ESC’s, flight controller and receiver are all on one board, which makes it impossible to replace them individually, should one component break, you have to replace the whole board.

In the package you will get 3, 250mAh batteries, a prop tool, a screwdriver, six way charger and of course the copter itself. For the money this is really a great deal.

You can pick up the US65 / UK65 from banggood for less than $70.


Motors 0603 (19000KV) with connector
Batteries 1S (PH 2.0)
FC F3 with OSD
ESC 6A continuous, 7A peak
RX options FrSky, Flysky
VTX 25mW with Smart Audio
Cam NTSC, 700TVL
Size 65mm (diagonal, motor to motor)
Weight 21.5g
Props 31mm, 0.8mm shaft hole
Batteries 3x 1S 250mAh HV
Price $89.00
Release 05/2018


Although you get 3 batteries in the package, I would still recommend to get a couple more. For example this 10 piece, 250mAh battery set. I alway like to buy batteries in a multiple of what my parallel charging board is capable of charging, so in this case 6. Since the batteries are rather cheap, I would recommend going with the 10 pack linked below.



Everything you could break like frame, canopy, props and camera is readily available:


For the money, this is really a great package. If you are only planning on flying at home, this is a definitive recommendation. Spare parts are readily available, the batteries are cheap and it is a lot of fun to fly it.

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