Why on earth would anyone make this motor? I'm not sure. You might find an interesting powersystem and propeller combo that makes this motor make sense, but to be honest I made a very small amount of 803 7500kv so I could experiment with 3s 65mm :)
I'm pricing them high so they stick around a little while!
If you order these motors I'm gonna make you share info with me about what you're working on!
For years the Tiny Whoop Onesie has been one of the most reliable, durable and efficient motor designs. We chose this design after testing motors made by manufacturers of all micro motor brands. This design completely solves the durability challenges of it's predecessor while remaining very lightweight. It's the reason that the 2023 Whooptopia survey showed it as the most trusted and most flown motor by a landslide, It's the reason we quickly replace any motor that breaks when it shouldn't.
The Tiny Whoop Onesie has always and will always tell the actual speed of the motor given by the manufacturer. Beware deflated numbers from other brands meant to make their version feel faster.
PCB Solder Pads
Like all Tiny Whoop Onesies, these babies now feature the PCB Solder pad upgrade, which allows for custom wiring colors and easy repairs. To access the PCB pads (where the wires connect to the motor) just peel back the black silicone. I'm proud to brag that our motors were not only the first Unibell motors, but also the first to feature these solderpads.
Tiny Whoop Pioneered the 802 Motor
802 size Motors are a big deal for 1s 65mm and 75mm Tiny Whoops. The wider, shorter form factor provides tons of prop authority, creating much more yaw control and control when you're pulling out of a dive, flip or roll. They weigh a fraction of a gram more than 603, but it's worth the extra control and power.
Tiny Whoop was the first to discover and release the 802 as a whoop motor.