Eachine Wizard X220 FPV Quad ARF

High value FPV Racing Quad needs only a battery, receiver and transmitter to start flying!

Availability: 14 in stock. In Stock


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Saving money without sacrificing quality? That's the kind of magic you need a Wizard for! And this Wizard is up to the challenge.

With top of the line equipment like BLHeli_S ESCs and an F3 flight controller, the Eachine Wizard is ready to take on racers with much higher price tags.

This almost ready to fly kit comes fully built and equipped, no soldering or assembly necessary. All you need to take to the skies is a battery, a receiver and a transmitter. Add a set of FPV goggles or a screen and fly the Wizard the way it was intended - first person.

Kit Includes:
  • Wizard 220mm Carbon Fiber Frame
  • (4) 2205 2300kV brushless motors
  • (4) 20A BLHeli_S ESC
  • (10) KingKong 5040 Tri-Blade Purple Prop (CW)
  • (10) KingKong 5040 Tri-Blade Purple Prop (CCW)
  • F3 6DOF Flight Controller
  • 700TVL FPV Camera
  • 200mW 5.8G 40ch VTX
  • Linear Antenna
  • Battery Strap
  • Wrench



Arm Thickness 4mm
Net Weight 364g
Take-off Weight 535g


Customer Reviews (3)

Great Quad for the MoneyReview by Chilly Willie
This Quad is Awesome I bought it for a back up to my Qav r and ended up like flying this more than a quad that cost over twice as much...I would say for anyone that wants a great flying rig for a great price and cheap n easy to fix Get this one you will not be disappointed.... (Posted on 4/2/2017)
Easy setup and very fun!Review by Frank M
I'm a neophyte with racing style quads, so I bought this as a first step up from off the shelf indoor hobby grade stuff. It goes together quickly, setup was easy with CleanFlight GUI, and it flew well out of the box. Only part you must add is a PPM receiver. I don't have a LHS that knows much about these, so I buy with trust from ProgressiveRC - their service after the sale has been great.

A small lessons learned. (1) Getting the props tight is really tough. I didn't want to put a tool on the motor can, so I held it with my hand while I used a wrench on the nut. Challenging to hold the can, as there's not much to grab on to. (2) Some experience with CF or BF GUI is really helpful when it comes time to make sure your transmitter is "seen" properly by the flight controller - which needs big battery . (3) Be sure to keep battery cables and antennas out of the props. I used coffee stir sticks stuck through two holes in the top for the antennas, and I was able to pull battery wires into frame to keep them clear.

My first flight was successful. Better yet? It flies well on the 3S 1300 / 2200 batteries I already have from my 300/450 helis! (Posted on 3/23/2017)
Great starter quadReview by Rodney
I bought one of the a long time ago and they are a great quad for the money. (Posted on 2/21/2017)

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