Extended landing skids made from carbon fiber and plastic to privide a strong extra ground clearance for your Quanum Venture, but yet remaining flexible enough to absorb landing shocks from unscheduled arrivals!
These skids provide approximately 130mm of ground clearance from the bottom of the model, ideal for use with camera gimbals or other accessories.
Supplied with M3 fixing bolts.
Mounting post centers: 98mm
1. They WILL break due to the poor design: Weak plastic at too much of an outward angle.
2. They're are no "soft landings" for these. I land in the grass 99% of the time but the weight of the camera, gimbal, and Venture will crush these flimsy arms. Possibly on 1st landing. Gluing the carbon fiber poles into the plastic arms, and tying both sides together is highly recommended. I'm not bragging, but I'm good at flying quads. I'll set the Venture down on my tailgate to my pickup no problem. But you simply can't prevent these from breaking with "skill". Buy 3 or 4 if you fly every weekend like I do. (this is how HK stays in business)It snapped during ASSEMBLY! Just from putting the carbon fiber rod into the plastic arm. So I ended up wrapping wire around the tubes width-wise to prevent them from spreading apart during a landing, which I GUARANTEE they will. But since this is the only option for the Venture I'd highly recommend buying at least 2 sets. I wish I did.Light weight. Seem strong enough on regular landings. 1 set were involved in a pretty major crash and had only minor damage. But at that price just buy 2 sets.Utter Crap verry flimsy broke on first day on a hard landing.sono gambette semplici. forse un po' basse per la mia gimbal a 2 assi che si trova sospesa a soli pochi millimetri da terra.Does the job, seems plenty strong enough so far. I brought a spare based on some of the reviews but I think if you land gentle (as you should!) they will be fine! It would have been nice if they were in the original kit.The quality not the best, but is light and cheap. It is possible to improve the "Extended Height Landing" using cheap materials. Irecommend.Poor quality and very flimsy, broke on first soft landing, managed to glue them back together but I cant see them lasting another landing, refund please?Broke after a few touchdowns.
Had to tie them together to support the weight of the craft and stop them from bowing outwards which leads to the previously mentioned breaking.
After tied to each other.. other leg shows similar signs of stress and cracking.
This is a great quad that flies well and is stable. I fly a 4000 mAh Multistar battery and it works great. I fly it with a Fly Sky FS-TX9 and it works well and there is a good youtube video to help you set this radio up for the different flight modes using the 3 position switch.