Born out of a love for all things FPV, we aim to offer the best experience there is to have in this amazing hobby. HaloRC is based in Cornwall, in the South West of the UK. We design and develop unique and original products for FPV Freestyle and Drone Racing. Originate, never imitate.
All our products have been thoroughly tested by pilots during the development stages so that when we release a product we know that it works well. We started off with just carbon fibre quadcopter frames but have now ventured into designing brushless motors and other drone related products.
Our carbon fiber is cut by professional manufacturers who specialise in this industry. We source our carbon from multiple manufactures so that we can find the best quality to cost ratio for any given product. Armattan are one of our manufacturers and have proven to provide the very best carbon in terms of strength and finish.
The HaloRC line of motors are not re-branded or based on any other motor. They are designed from the ground up to our specifications and manufactured by BrotherHobby.
We aim to bring the very highest quality products to market and we are very proud to be working with industry leaders such as Armattan and BrotherHobby.
We create a concept in house using various methods before ordering the initial prototypes for real world testing by our sponsored pilots.
The prototypes go through multiple revisions until we have designed and tested the frame and it has achieved the targets set out in the concept.
Details of the new frame design are released and we start a test pilot scheme shortly after. All feedback is taken into consideration and final changes made.
The first production batch of the frame is ordered and the official release date set. We will then make the final version of the frame available to pre order before its release.
Hi, I'm lead designer Chris Olah, AKA Bludz FPV. I've been a graphic designer and specialist printer for over 15 years. Towards the end of 2015 I was introduced to fpv and quadcopters and it was just meant to be. I'm a nerd at heart, so was really grabbed by the tech side of the hobby. I grew up in the extreme sports boom of the 90's so freestyle flying brought back a lot of nostalgic memories for me. So I jumped right in and got flying for fun with friends and started making videos (as you do).
After a couple of years on a steep learning curve I was hooked, FPV is now my life. As a designer I was always seeing poor decisions being made in frame designs available and really thought that improvements could be made. I had only ever worked in a 2 dimensional form, so I had to teach myself CAD, but I was determined to create my own frame designs. This started as a purely personal project but after encouragement from my friends and family I have decided to expand my print and design business and start Halo RC.