Turbowing Cherokee whoop 95S Review
While it seems they are running out of things to name them, there is absolutely no shortage of tinywhoop clones. Some are garbage , most are just average and occasionally we see one that stands out above the rest like the Chorokee Whoop 95s by TurboWing.
Cherokee Whoops Specs
There is no new bleeding edge micro quad technology here, we see the usual line-up found in a stable brushed build. Beginning with the tried and tested SPRacing F3 flight controller running betaflight there is a ton of tuning info already out there. Next the 720 core-less brushed motors aren’t the most powerful but still give a decent mix of punch Vs. flight time. Video comes from a 700 tvl AiO camera with 25 MW of power on 48 channels including raceband. Only available is DSM2 for some reason I haven’t tried binding it to a Horizon whoop transmitter (its somewhere in a box).
How does the Cherokee Whoop fly?
I have had so many of these whoop clones that are more a pain to setup and dial in that they are worth… from bunk versions of cleanflight, binding nightmares to kits that just barely get off the ground. I’m happy to report that the Cherokee Whoop is totally not one of these.
Completely assembled and ready to bind out of the box. Setup betaflight is simple and there is actually a really good printed manual included with clear English step by step instructions. You’ll be up and running with a good 3/12 minutes a flight time. The Cherokee Whoop is awesome for indoor bang off the walls fun, the frame taking a good amount of abuse this thing just keeps going until the battery dies. While not really powerful enough for outdoors you could still have some fun if there was zero wind.
All in all this is a solid buy for the price and amount of fun you will have … everything is a whoop track now.