Regardless of whether you are a budding drone racer or a seasoned professional, you will have the time of your life using the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone. The RISE Vusion 250 is a ready-to-fly drone featuring first-person view capabilities. This multi-rotor drone features a light modular design and is equipped with four brushless motors, four high-frequency electronic speed controllers (ESC), OneShot 125 programming, a 2-megapixel camera, and a 1500mAh 3-cell LiPo battery.

When you want to start racing, the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone has got you covered. The package contains the ready-to-fly RISE Vusion 250 first-person view drone with all the bells and whistles. It also includes a 4.3-inch LCD monitor, a pair of Tactic FPV-G1 goggles, a radio system with six-channels with a smartphone holder, a balancing charger that’s 2-3S AC LiPo, a spare propeller set, 4 AA alkaline batteries, a screwdriver, and an instruction manual.

Combining all these features, capabilities, and inclusions gives you a light-weight, tough, fast, and easy-to-maneuver drone that provides clear FPV feed and longer airtime. Keep reading to learn more about the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone advantage.


Whether you are going against competitors or you are racing against the clock, speed is of the essence in drone racing. One way to ensure that you are among the fastest in the air is to be one of the lightest.

Thanks to its injection-molded modular frame, the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone only weighs in at 502 grams or about 1.1 pounds—and we are already talking about the RTF weight. Having such a low RTF weight gives this drone an edge against competitors with a light frame but still requires many extra components to be more manageable in the air.


The RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone may only measure 9.8 inches diagonally and 4.3 inches in height, but it is no pushover in a head-to-head competition.

Although players usually try to avoid in-air drone collisions, races can become heated and two drones running into each other's flight path is inevitable. That is why the RISE Vusion 250's frame and arms are made with a durable material that can help it survive unfortunate collisions relatively unscathed.


In drone racing, size does matter, especially when it comes to propellers. Although a smaller propeller can help make the drone faster, a larger propeller can assist with the drone staying in the air.

The RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone uses four 5-inch x 4.5-inch bullnose propellers that give the drone enough lift while maintaining a speed edge against other drones.


The RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone is a dream to maneuver thanks to the four brushless motors, high-frequency ESCs, and OneShot 125 programming that works harmoniously with the 200mW 5.8GHz Raceband video transmitter.

Speaking of the Racebrand, the RISE Vusion 250 has a total of eight Raceband channels that are 35MHZ apart. These reserved channels minimize frequency contamination, prevent frequency interference, and optimize it for pro-FPV drone racing.

Clear FPV Feed

If you need clear eyes in the sky, the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone's first-person-view is powered by the 2MP built-in video camera that provides a 600 TVL resolution, so that you know exactly how you should move your drone to pass another racer in real-time.

You can even have still images and videos for a post-race analysis using a 32GB microSD card that you can insert in the drone's onboard memory card slot.

Longer Air-Time

Drone racing courses had grown in variation when the sport grew. Some race tracks may be a straight race to the finish line, but some tracks are more intricate or feature obstacles like pillars to give racers more of a challenge. As tracks become more challenging, racers need to think about how their drone can stay airborne longer as well as their overall speed. These days, time can mean reaching the finish line or crashing mid-way.

Average racing drones can only stay in the air for 5 minutes max, but not the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone. Thanks to its 1500mAh 3-cell LiPo battery, this drone can stay in the air 60% longer than the typical drone. With 8 minutes of airtime, you can outplay and outlast the competition.

With its light but frame, four brushless motors, four high-frequency speed controllers, OneShot 125 programming, built-in 2MP camera, 1500mAh 3-cell LiPo battery, and 200mW 5.8GHz Raceband video transmitter, the RISE Vusion 250 FPV RTF Drone with its power packed features and unique design will surely let you rise above the rest.