The Eachine x Skyzone Cobra X goggles offer many awesome features at a great price point.
The vivid 4:3/16:9 switchable display utilizes the SteadyView Diversity Receiver to provide a constant quality image while flying and the built-in DVR makes sure you can record it all!
The handy scroll wheel allows you to effortlessly navigate the goggles menu so you can spend less time scrolling and more time flying.
Other cool features include the built-in Head Tracker and the ability to power your goggles via USB, 2-6S LiPo, or a single 18650 battery.
These goggles also accommodate those who wear glasses, no more flying blind!
Model: Cobra X
FOV (Diagonal): 50°
Receiver:5.8Ghz 48CH SteadyView Receiver
Power Supply: 1 Cell 18650/DC 6.5-25.2V/USB 5V
Power Consumption:12V 0.63A 5V 1.5A
DVR: H264, 60fps,MOV 6Mbps, SD up to 128Gb
Head Tracker:3-axis Accelerometer,3-axis gyroscope
1x Cobra FPV Goggles
1x Receiver Module
1x Head Strap
1x Power Cable
1x Headtracker Cable
2x 5.8GHz 2dD Antennas
1x Video/Audio Cable
1x USB-C Cable
1x User Manual
Great googles, incredible built quality. Feels and performs as a high quality product.
I had a white V1 set of goggles that a friend sold me as my first set and I had them go out on me recently. I'm still learning and not quite ready to make the investment into HD. I liked my previous set so much I go the V2's and am super happy with them! Based on reviews and other box goggles I've tried these may be the best box goggles out there. A bit pricier than others, but you get what you pay for. Very happy with these.
BTW, I used upgraded Lollipop and stubby antenna's instead of the stock antenna's that come with them.
Skyzone Cobra X V2 Diversity 5.8 GHz FPV Goggles
The range and quality is amazing for the price. I’m very Happy. But I’d get rid of the stock antenna asap if I where you
Got this for the 720p and mHDMI input to run simulators. It ended up performing well enough to also serve as my GP FPV headset too. The receiver isn't as good as Rapidfire but its close enough to be my go to for all but the noisiest environments. It is surprisingly close though!
Its lighter than I expected. It fits comfortably over glasses. The image looks good. On HDMI, it will display a very crisp 1080p with overscan. Fine details are a bit lost but for simulators its great I don't need to muck with anything to connect and practice with these.
If you are looking for your first headset, you would not go wrong picking these. You'll have to spend a lot more to get better.