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FlightClub Phuket Frame


Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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FlightClub Phuket 3″

Introducing the FlightClub Phuket3.  Pronounced (poo-ket) or (f*ck-it), depending on your mood and flying style.  The Phuket3 is a 140mm stretch X mini frame made for 3″ props.  Just like it’s bigger brother Tokio, Phuket rocks a durable TPU canopy that’s made to take abuse and keep you flying.

Simple design – Phuket is an ultralight unibody canopy quad.  Borrowing design aspects from it’s bigger brother Tokio, Phuket’s canopy is meticulously designed to provide ultimate protection and ease of build.  The canopy mounts to the frame using just three screws.  The three screws go into stubby 10mm standoffs that form a super strong cage around the single stack AIO.  Remove the canopy and you have access to the entire internals.  Phuket is designed for a single stack AIO flight controller and ESC like the Cicada 30A F4, Asgard F4 AIO, Lumenier ALPHA 30A BLHeli32 or RaceStar 30A AIO.  The KISS AIO can be used too but the motors need to be remapped.

Protection – The canopy protects all the internals including the camera, VTX and antenna.  With an AUW of less than 160g (no battery) and sporting a 3.5mm frame it will be hard to break anything.  Pair it with the Phuket Arm Guards to turn it into the ultimate garage banger.

Canopies available in black, red, green, blue, grey, purple and white

  • 3.5mm 45 degree rotated carbon fiber frame
  • Chamfered edges
  • Countersunk holes on bottom of frame for completely flat bottom
  • Has fc mount holes for 30×30 or 20×20
  • Ultra durable TPU canopy
  • Antenna ports on the canopy
  • Easy access to the VTX
  • Designed for 14xx size motors
  • 42g for frame, canopy and hardware
  • 3.5mm Carbon Fiber frame
  • TPU canopy
  • 4 x Flat head M3X12mm screw
  • 4 x Silicon grommet spacers
  • 4 x M3 nylon nuts
  • 3 x 10mm Hex spacers
  • 3 x Flat Head M3x6 screws
  • 3 x M3x6 screws
  • 2 x 3″ Antenna Tube
  • 2 x Antenna Caps
  • Velcro strap
  • Stickers
Suggested build List

Note: the Phuket is designed for a single stack like an FC/ESC AIO. You can also use an FC/PDB like the Betaflight F3 then mount ESCs on each arms.  It can be built with a double stack but you’ll need to use 20mm standoffs instead of the included 10mm standoffs.  

Additional information

Weight 42.0000 g
Dimensions 133.0000 x 113.0000 x 45.0000 mm
Phuket Color

Black, Blue, Green, Grey, Red, White

4 reviews for FlightClub Phuket Frame

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Brad Turbo Ivie

    So far I feel this is one of or probably but I’m a bit biased hehe the best 3″ frames out there if your looking to build a little backyard BURNER as to say! For this little guy isn’t far off from it’s big brother the Tokio SX 5″ race frame I have it as well and it is BY FAR my favorite I do believe, and this lil’ Phuket is going to be in the crowd as well for if I can get it all- Cicada AIO FC/4 in 1 ESC 30A and the Runcam Split’s board on the stack and still able to close the “hood” this is going to be one neat little quad!! WITH REAL HD 1080 footage!! With no GoPro no external cam needed hopefully!! If all goes well going to try to get it all stuffed in there without raising the canopy reason for the Cicada all in one there’s two of em into one right there really RX and VTX and ready to go, but I want the HD footage and so I believe there is just enough room for all even slightly larger than micro Swift or Sparrow camera as well!! I’ll post more and pics when the build is finished! KILLR FRAME MIKE AT FLIGHT CLUB!! THX a million!! Awesome people right here!! Brad “Turbo” Ivie.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    Best micro frame yet. Had a mrm micro reaper and that thing might as well be cardboard compared to this frame. Wish the phucket was out 2 months ago. Great job can’t wait for the proton

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kelly Storm

    Really like this quad, it’s basically my first but I like how Mike the owner of FPV Flight Club took out all the worry or frustrations with this build with his videos showing how to perfectly set it up and configure all the betaflight stuff. He’s really heading towards being the best quad designer and manufacturer in the industry plus his prices are very fair and the quality of his designs are awesome…

    My name is timepilot and I did some videos of my Phuket flying around and I love it, still working on my landings though :P…lol

    Thanks Mike, keep being creative in your designs and happy flying to you and your team pilots


  4. Rated 5 out of 5


    Very easy build if following Mike’s instruction. The quality of the kit is impressive, as are all of Mike’s posts and videos.

    The only issue I had and didn’t discover until the very end of the build (very observant here!) was one of the holes for a canopy screw on the bottom wasn’t countersunk. No big deal for me as I had a countersink bit and gradually cut the countersink by hand. 🙂

    • Mike Tseng

      hi sean sorry about that hole! i will take that up with the factory and make sure they check these things

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