The RadioMaster Pocket is a small, lightweight radio that packs a big punch. It is available in two versions, ExpressLRS and MPM CC2500, and both versions come preinstalled with EdgeTX firmware. The Pocket is also equipped with removable stick ends and a foldable antenna, making it easy to transport and store. It is compatible with18650 batteries, which provide long battery life for hours of fun.
In addition to the classic charcoal and transparent case colors, we have a range of optional color cases available in a selection of vibrant colors, including blue, pink, green, and orange. This allows you to personalize the radio to match your own unique style.
The RadioMaster Pocket is a great choice for pilots who are looking for a small, lightweight radio with all the powerful features you have come to expect.
Note: Batteries are not included
Available in ExpressLRS and MPM CC2500 versions
Preinstalled with EdgeTX firmware
18650 Batteries, all the power you need for hours of fun (Batteries not included)
Portable and lightweight design with removable stick ends and foldable antenna
Features hall effect gimbals as standard for smooth cantering & precise response
Built-in LED lights help visualize your switch inputs
Backlit LCD Screen offering a perfect balance of size and functionality
Trim buttons for easy channel trimming
External Module Bay compatible with RadioMaster Nano-size modules and TBS Nano Crossfire/Nano Tracer
2 Stylish Colors of Charcoal & Transparent version and optional case colors in Blue, Pink, Green, and Orange to suit your style
CC2500 (standard) Version supports all CC2500 protocols
ELRS (standard) is pre-installed with ExpressLRS ISM FW (Max power is hardware dependent)
A L-R To switch M1/M2. Turn clockwise to disable self-centering (Throttle). Turn counterclockwise to enable self-centering (Elevator). B T To adjust the throttle stick tension. Turn clockwise to increase stick tension. Turn counterclockwise to decrease stick tension. C UP-DOWN Turn clockwise to increase vertical stick tension. Turn counterclockwise to decrease stick tension. D LEFT-RIGHT Turn clockwise to increase horizontal stick tension. Turn counterclockwise to decrease stick tension.