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Frustrated with constantly fixing struts and breaking frames, we set out to find something better.

We worked with a number of manufacturers and after numerous prototypes and revisions, we are proud to introduce the Cockroach Super-Durable Brushless Frame for Tiny Whoop style quads.

Traditional Looks and Geometry maintain those flight characteristics you are used to and ensure easy compatibility with the Beebrain as well as most other popular flight controllers.

Lightweight and Durable. We found a more forgiving and resilient material that doesn't sacrifice in weight or stiffness. Struts and other key support components have been redesigned to distribute and dissipate stress from crashes and falls. Total weight 3.71g

Easy and Inexpensive. None of this is any good if its super difficult to use and super expensive. So we made sure we set out to make something affordable. Key tolerances have also been fine tuned to make installation and removal much easier.

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
Christopher Maness
"Super-durable" frame

My "Super-durable" frame broke after 2 flights. I submitted the form for a replacement frame 3 weeks ago and still haven't heard back. Supposedly broken frames get replaced. We'll see.

My Favorite Frame!!!

These frames are the most durable frames I've encountered! I use the NewBeeDrone frames on all my builds.

Micah Eugene Sturtevant
Great little durable frame

Works just great, and it stays super durable even after crashing most of the time, the frame might snap though if you take a hard hit.

Really Happy So Far 👍

This frame is amazingly durable and if you do end up getting a crack in it you can actually take a soldering iron and mend it to last a little bit longer even though they're only $4:) extremely happy with this trainer drone.

Not that super.

I slam into things all the time flying acro in the house and I've found that for me the Mobula 6 frame is more durable than the Cockroach frame. The Mobula frame fails where the arms meet the ducts. And the Cockroach tends to get cracks in the ducts. But the Cockroach breaks sooner given the same type of crashes.