Fat Shark ECHO Analog FPV Goggles



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Introducing the Fat Shark Echo - Your gateway to the immersive world of FPV flying without breaking the bank.


  • Display: 4.3" WQVGA TFT Display
  • Resolution: 800x480
  • FOV(field of view): 55°
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • DVR: Analog video recording, Supports playback of recorded files
  • DVR Storage: Micro-SD card up to 32GB (AVI file), Firmware upgrade via SD card
  • 5.8GHz Video Receiver: 40 channels, single high sensitive receiver including RaceBand frequencies(auto scan and find strongest channel)
  • AV Input: 3.5mm
  • OSD: channel info, RSSI info and battery status (disappear after 4s, press any button to show up)
  • Charging: USB-C


  • Fat Shark Echo Goggles
  • 5.8Ghz Dipole Antenna
  • 2600mAh 18650 Li-ion Battery (preinstalled)

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

This set of FPV goggles is great for anyone on a budget! It has a DVR, USB-C charging and a lens to focus the screen. The only issue I’m finding with this is that the stock antenna isn’t that good as it has small range. I highly suggest getting a better antenna if you buy it

Ethan Dawang

By far the best analog goggles I own, it's a must-get especially for the price.

Gary Jackson
Actually pretty nice...

I just wanted to try out analog before I got really invested in this hobby. I have a DJI setup with the Avata, but the thing is just too big to fly around my small yard as an uncoordinated beginner. So, I picked up some small 1S micros and decided to get some stick time messing around with those in the hopes that some of those skills will translate back to cinewhooping. These goggles are working out wonderfully for that. The only thing that bugs me is the strap. But, whatever, for $99, it's a useable strap.

tony fowler
Great goggles.

I think these are the best value for a quality goggle. Better than most higher priced ones. They do the job well.

actually really good.

I have recently swapped from walksnail to analog for racing. fatshark put %90 of the value of these goggles into the screen, a really large display by comparison to other box goggles I've used. the receiver gets a really good signal despite being non-diversity, just use a good aftermarket antenna. the foam is removable and customizable for face shape. there are no adjustments for the screen, but in other box goggles the adjustments do absolutely nothing, so fatshark fixed the screen in place so they could include a larger screen. the weight balance is really good on these googles as well, most of the mass of the goggle is closer to your face, so they don't feel like they are twisting and grinding into your nose. battery life is around 1.5 hours, but can be used while charging from a lipo xt60 to usb bec.
I would definitely suggest anyone looking to get into the hobby or looking to expand should seriously consider these goggles and analog video.

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