If you're looking for the perfect trainer, a stable FPV platform or simply a relaxing Sunday flyer, have a look at this! The Breeze is a good looking "pod and boom" style glider that is just as the name implies - a real "Breeze" to fly. Not only is it easy to fly, it's easy to build as well.
The Breeze features a combination of ultra-durable EPO foam and carbon fiber construction making it not only lightweight but also very durable. The wing simply attaches with rubber bands making it simple to install and crash resistant. Perfect for new pilots and for FPV use where landing can sometimes be a bit tricky. The nose is moulded of soft, shock absorbing rubber allowing it to take a real beating should you have any rough landings.
This version of the breeze is in KIT form meaning that you will need to add your own electronics. You will need 9g servos x 4, 20A brushless ESC, 28mm brushless outrunner motor, 4ch radio system and 3S lipoly battery to complete this model.
An optional foam canopy cover is included that offers two flat mounting surfaces for easy installation of an FPV gear. It also offers optional flaps, you will simply need to add your own flap servos for use. This makes it very easy to use this model for FPV flying right out of the box!
• KIT form - choose your own electronics to complete this model
• Ultra durable EPO foam construction
• Carbon fiber tail boom keeps the model light while offering excellent rigidity
• Stable flight characteristics make it perfect for beginners and experienced pilots alike
• Excellent FPV platform including an optional FPV canopy mount
• Simple bolt together design
Flying Weight: 630~700g
4ch transmitter and receiver
28mm brushless outrunner motor (1500~1800KV recommended)
20A brushless ESC
3S 1800mAh lipoly battery
4 x 9g servo (2 x additional servos if using optional flaps)
Hmotnost ( g )
I love this plane! It is very easy to fly and hand launch. Great for a beginner. It flies like its on rails and can fly VERY slow without stalling while still being able to fly fast and pull of some pretty sweet aerobatics. So far I've bought 3 of these, one for me, one for my dad, and one to have on hand for the inevitable bad day. Fun plane for a very reasonable price.Not a bad little airplane. Flies pretty predictable and docile at slow speeds but still able to do some high "G" type maneuvers at higher speed. I used a spare Bixler 1.1 motor and it moves along quite nicely with better than 10 minute flights. I have not used the flaps as it does float in slow without them. Using this now with LED lights as my night flyer. All in all I am happy with my purchase! A few minor issues are; landing gear attachment area is a bit weak and had to extend motor leads to install ESC where I wanted it.Nice plane, but a bit lethargic. Only accepts very limit sizes of battery to CoG and narrow fuse issues. Push rod snap locks near impossible to open in the field spoiling portability. Tends to loose tail 3mm nuts mid air. Sold mine after 3 flights. The Bixler is a much more versatile planeReally easy to put together , only a few modifications were needed to the body to fit my fpv gear , and its rock solidHi All,
In my Novice opinion, Great plane for people like me who needs to be able to pull wings apart to put it in the car to head to the fields for a fly. I attached both wings and used my own setup.
HK 50A ESC
NTM Motor 28-36 2200kv Motor ( i think a little overkill)
and note** this motor will NOT fit in the adapter provided stock from the plane-the screws will not allign. i ended up using the NTM motor adapter and doing some modifications so to fit them. i will be PUtting up a video on you tube shortly.
SO if you want to use the actual adapeter int he plane- use the stock motor or find seomthing that will fit!
Orange RX TX and RX
Zippy 2200Mah 3cell Lipo and i think wht one with the 25C Discharge. fits in the plane tightly without the need for velcro or sort. The Battery will be at an inclined angle btw.
Pushrods: TOO FLIMSY in my opinion. i prefer it to be abit less flex in it for more control of the control surfaces.
Horizontal Surface: sits at an inclined angle and not sitting parallel (horizontal) to the ground. -which for some reason annoys me alot-LOL probably need to spirit level it and add some epoxy or soemthing, which defeats the purpose of the screws.
Landing Gear: Good for first few runs, then the sponge starts to come off the wheels.- so ended up taking them away for good!! unless you got those non-sponge wheels .