Fossils Stuff was the first UK racing drone manufacturer to introduce HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene) frames to the UK market. First sold in 2015 they soon became a great hit due to their robustness and Lifetime Warranty offered with every frame.
Although not the lightest of frames they proved to be very popular with beginners who wanted something fairly quick and that did not break every flight. The Gravity frames are still available from the website shop in various sizes ranging from 180mm to 280mm. The latest and probably best of these frames is the FSGX 210.
Martin Rye, the business owner and designer, manufactures the frames from a factory unit in Hampshire alongside his main business Tek-Tanks Ltd.
Since the Gravity range of HDPE frames Fossils Stuff introduced the first vertical arm carbon racing frame to the UK with its revolutionary rigging known as the Revo. The Revo range of frames is available in 4 sizes, the Revo3, 4, 5 and 6, with the numbers being the corresponding prop size. The Revo 5 won probably half the races in the 2017 racing season flown by Jon “Smoky” Rogers the Fossils Stuff main team pilot.
The end of 2017 led to a new frame being developed for Smoky as his signature frame. The Revo, although quick, was beginning to be beaten by lighter and less complicated frames and so the S1 was born. This frame has already won the first two main races of the 2018 season.
Alongside the development of the S1, Fossils Stuff has been working on an X Class frame. Initially started in America as a giant drone racing series with frames between 800mm and 1200mm, it has now crossed the pond and Fossils Stuff is leading the way with X Class here in the UK.