The Hall Cherokee is a high-wing, single seat glider that was designed by American Stan Hall in 1956 for amateur builders. Its simple design and construction methods, together with its flying qualities led to it becoming one of the most popular and produced home-built gliders in the United States.
The Cherokee can be bungee launched and equipped with a servo operated tow release mechanism it can also be towed aloft behind an appropriately sized model such as the Durafly Tundra.
But in case you don't have a bungee cord or you can't find a tow pilot, there is another fun way of getting this version of the Cherokee airborne. Included in the box is a 30A brushless ESC and a custom 64mm ducted fan unit which simply slots into place behind the cockpit of your Cherokee!
Once in the air, the Cherokee is a breeze to fly, it is responsive but without any vices and the landings are feather light, no fuss affairs making it ideal for the novice and experienced glider pilot alike.
• Tough EPO construction
• Great scale appearance and finish
• Bolt together construction for easy transport
• Streamlined servo covers
• Servo operated tow release
• Fun ducted fan option
Wing Area: 23.27 sq.dm
Flying Weight: 700g (Power EDF version)
Motor Size: 64mm EDF
ESC: 30A Brushless
5 channel radio
3S 1500mAh 25-40C Lipoly Battery
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