Quanum Cyclops Diversity DVR FPV Goggle US$32.99 (~A$47.51) + Delivery @ Hobby King


These are some great budget box goggles to get started in the world of FPV. Even has an inbuilt DVR which is crazy at this price point. Local stock.

• Plug and Play
• Pure Diversity Receiver (two receivers)
• Digital Video Recorder (DVR) (micro SD) Please note: Micro SD card is not included, see related products below
• 5” TFT Monitor with 3X magnification acrylic lens
• 800 X 480 non-blue screen monitor
• Focal length adjustment
• Design allows use with glasses
• Durable lightweight plastic molded shell
• Extra comfortable sponge rubber cushioning strips for facial comfort
• Adjustable elastic head strap with battery pouch
• On-Screen Menu with adjustable contrast and brightness controls
• One-touch automatic channel scanning or manual selection
• 40 channels covering A, B, E, F, and Race band
• AV in & RX Out
• Audio Out
• Mount for Quanum Head Tracker (Head Tracker sold separately)
• 7.4 to 12.6V input range
• 3 Types of battery connections

Operating Voltage: 7.4 -12.6V
Receiver: -90 dBm ISM 5.8GHz 40ch
Antenna connections: SMA
Operating Current: 1000mA
Dimensions: 187(L) x 179(W) x 107(H)mm
Weight: 445g without battery

1 x Quanum Cyclops Diversity DVR FPV Goggle Headset with monitor and receivers
1 x Aomway 5.8GHz Patch Directional Antenna 6dbi (RHCP) (SMA)
1 x Quanum Pagoda Antenna (RHCP)
1 x Mount for Head Tracker
2 x EVA Foam Tape
1 x 3X Magnification Acrylic Lens
1 x Extra Nose Sponge Cushioning Strip
1 x XT60 plug power cable
1 x JST plug power cable
1 x 3.5mm audio plug to RCA cable
1 x Manual
1 x Carry Bag

2~3S LiPo Battery

Frequency Range:
FR1: 5865M 5845M 5825M 5805M 5785M 5765M 5745M 5725M
FR2: 5733M 5752M 5771M 5790M 5809M 5828M 5847M 5866M
FR3: 5705M 5685M 5665M 5645M 5885M 5905M 5925M 5945M
FR4: 5740M 5760M 5780M 5800M 5820M 5840M 5860M 5880M
FR5: 5658M 5695M 5732M 5769M 5806M 5843M 5880M 5917M

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  • Required:
    2~3S LiPo Battery

    Which I'm not sure if it's that one: https://hobbyking.com/en_us/quanum-fpv-headset-battery-7-4v-... (recommended under the product, LiPo, correct voltage) or https://hobbyking.com/en_us/rhino-450mah-3s-50c-lipo-battery...? (which has "3s" in its name, voltage also withing range, different plug).

    • +1

      Any two or three-cell Lipo battery will work fine - input voltages up to 12v or so. The bigger the battery the heavier it'll be but really doesn't matter otherwise, just match the plug to the headset & your charging gear

    • +1

      I'd definitely go for a 3s pack. I see on reviews it is a bit hit and miss on 2S at lower end of the battery. I'd go something like this https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-plus-1300mah-3...

      Keep in mind you need a lipo balance charger.

  • These are great value, excellent for a starter getting into fpv (and has a drone that transmits analog)

  • That looks really heavy. Are the batteries the counter-balance? Even with a decent counter-balance it looks like you'd need a strong neck. My son is interested in FPV but the sets I've seen so far look far lighter (though also much more expensive).

    • +1

      Nah they're lighter than they look. I wouldn't wear it for hours on end but it's not bad at all. You can't beat this price.

  • would these work with a MAVIC Mini using Mavin App or Litchi?

    • I am interested in Mavic (Pro) compatibility with those apps too.

    • These have an AV in so it is technically possible but using any normal DJI drones as FPV has bad latency. You'd be better off getting a VR goggle frame that fits your phone and do it that way.