Total Price

$0.00

Cart 0 Cart 0 Loading...

Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60")

Generating Links

Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60")

Price:

Now save save $0.00 $0.00

$124.99
QTY:
Shipped From:
  • USA
  • Global
  • EU
Already Purchased
Status:
In Stock
SKU:
9099000080-0
want FREE shipping? Click here to find out more!

The Fokker scourge was extremely feared during the early days of world war one and the Fokker E.III was the legend behind the terror.
With its single machine gun firing through the propeller arc, it was the first-ever airplane to have this ingenious mechanically synchronized weapon of warfare. Praying on the unarmed and slower spotter aircraft of the British armed forces and using its agile maneuverability and newly designed gun the Eindekker scored many kills over the western front. As the war years went on and aircraft technology developed and advanced the Fokker E.III Eindekker become obsolete and the Fokker scourge was no more.


Our model captures the true spirit of the early WW1 Fokker Eindekker, It has an open framework structure built from quality balsa and hardwoods, a fiberglass cowl and plastic engine covers, a dummy rotary engine, and of course the machine gun. For ease of construction, all the parts are beautifully laser cut and are extremely accurate which will allow you to build the perfect model. To complete the contents of this superb kit are a pair of vintage aircraft wheels, pre-bent and drilled aluminum wing struts and U/C legs, carbon tube wing spars, and joiners plus a comprehensive hardware pack that includes rigging wire, nuts, and bolts, servo horns, rods, and connectors, etc.



The Fokker E.III has been designed to use either a 35 or 42mm brushless outrunner motor producing 500~600 watts on a 5~6 cell Lipo battery with a 40~60A electronic speed controller. Swinging a 12~14 inch propeller and standard size servos are adequate for all the control surfaces.


Overall this is a fantastic kit and due to its ease of construction, it is perfect for seasoned builders or those with limited building experience. Once finished in an authentic textured covering such as antique Solartex and the addition of scale accessories such as a pilot and weathering this bad little Fokker will really look the part and will turn many heads attacking the British and her allies at your local flying field or RC flying club.


Features:
• Laser cut parts for accuracy and ease of construction
• Carbon spars and wing tubes
• Glass fiber radial cowl
• Plastic molded engine covers
• Authentic rigging wires
• Comprehensive hardware pack

 

Specs:
Wingspan: 1520mm
Fuselage Length: 1170mm
Flying Weight: 2700~3000g
Motor: 3530~4250 or gas/nitro equivalent
ESC: 40~60A suitable for up to 6S
Propeller: 12~15 inch
Battery: 2600~3000mah 5~6S

 

Required:
1 x 3530~4250 Brushless outrunner motor or gas/nitro equivalent
1 x 40~60A 6S electronic speed controller
4 x 17~40g servos (5 required if using gas/nitro engine)
1 x 12 or 15-inch propeller
1 x 2600~3000mah 5~6S LiPo battery
Textured covering material
Assorted glues
Assorted hand tools

 

See under the "Files" tab for a copy of the manual.

  • IC/2:Elec Electric
  • Wingspan(mm) 1520.00
  • Construction Documentation
  • HobbyKing Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60")
  • Fokker E III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm HobbyKing
  • Fokker E III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm HobbyKing
  • Fokker E.III
  • Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60")
  • Construction Docu - Part 1
  • Construction Docu - Part 2
  • Construction Docu - Part 3
  • HobbyKing Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60") - Flying.
  • HobbyKing Fokker E.III Eindecker WW1 Fighter Laser Cut Balsa Kit 1520mm (60") - Flying.
  • My Fokker E.III - See photo and description in "Rate & Review" e "Upload Files" tabs
  • My Fokker E.III
Upload video

Only registered users can upload video. Please, log in or register

Topics
Sort by
Most Recent Topics
* Nickname:

* Your Reply:


Please, enter the text shown in the image into the field below
*Verification Code:
Cancel
Submit
Post a new Topic
* Nickname:

* Your Topic:



Please, enter the text shown in the image into the field below
*Verification Code:
Post Topic

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, sign in or sign up

Tomáš | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

Výchylky

Apr 17, 2022

Please
what are your deviations on the elevator and ailerons?
Thank you.

woody | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

ok

Aug 01, 2021

there are no weels insite

Werner | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

Buy recommendation

Apr 17, 2021

Very happy with the performance and the price is good too!

Robin | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

It’s a great scale model spoiled by the lack of decent instructions, not for a beginner.

Apr 01, 2021

The first thing I did was check for missing parts, no main wheels, but within 2 minutes of putting a claim in I received an email saying they would be dispatched and 2 weeks later they arrived.
The laser cut ply and balsa parts are excellent, the instructions for assembly are awful. The instructions are 4 sides of A3 pictures with some part numbers that don’t always correspond with those on the artwork. Some parts to this day I have no idea what they were for or where they go, namely parts Q1 and Q3
I found out too late that the servo tray now unfortunately sits too low as when you fit the servos the cables hit the wing anchorage points.
The 6mm carbon tube for the tail plane is too thin to allow the 4mm carbon rod to go through, I bought some alloy tube that worked ok. The holes drilled into the 2 x 65mm carbon sheet lugs are too big for the rod that goes through it to locate the tailplane, I drilled the correct size at the other ends. There is no instruction or idea how far the plywood engine block enters the fuselage, or any idea how to mount the cowl and dummy engine.
I managed to get some Antique Solartex that gives the model a dated look, but I am waiting for better weather to fly it.
It’s a great scale model spoiled by the lack of decent instructions, not a beginners model

Graham | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

Nearly there

Mar 23, 2021

Yes nearly there ,The main issues were battery placement and size ,dummy motor locating .
So I fitted a 4250 800Kv motor . The dummy motor housing needs opening up to give better clearance first mount the plywood motor template on 3 off 3mm studs around the motor now remove template complete with studs cut 3 holes in the rear motor blow moulding and build the dummy motor remount the assembly and adjust the stud height for clearance and position .
Now offer complete assembly to the fusealage adjust the mounting box height for good cowl clearance . Do not fix but place blocks of hardwood either side and at the top these you can screw through to locate the motor and mount assembly and it is adjustable and removable even when completely assembled .
Now the battery tray can be mounted into the rear of the motor housing approximately 20mm from the bulkhead the battery is a 4s 3300mah about 400grams
now fit it together and c of g should be very close and the whole assembly is adjustable and removable.
Only the rigging and decals to do,fingers crossed

Graham | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

Second Impressions

Feb 23, 2021

OK so now I am well into it .Problems Elevator carbon tubes will not slide one into the other ,so aluminium tubes with aluminium 4mm rod nice job Similar subject wing joiner rod is too short to support properly longer rod now OK .
Construction wise (thanks to RC Model Geeks) all went well BUT where do you site the battery loads of space up front but not easy to access HELP.
The elevator dual pull pull system looks impressive but the elevator control is twitchy (RC model geeks again) so I have gone for single pull pull short solid links to a servo about 200mm from the tail dead solid and with short arms on the servo movement is modest . SO WHERE DO I FIT THE BATTERY FOR BEST C/G

Graham | Verified Buyer

  • Quality
  • Overall
  • Value

First Impressions

Jan 13, 2021

First impressions,quick delivery free or should I say no additional cost , it was well packed 3 boxes in all and you are there . First surprise there is a full size plan of the wings and tailplane ,but images of the wood pack don't seem complete,fingers crossed that all is there undercarriage is made up so no bending required. Now the tail wheel was there but NO main wheels .Fast response from HK so hope they turn up ,watch this space . So what else is missing I wonder ? I have built the Spacewalker and that was ok had extra parts that go nowhere. Will report eventually on the build which will be electric .

Paul | Verified Buyer

  • Overall
  • Value
  • Quality

Recommendable

Apr 05, 2020

Good quality at an affordable price. Very satisfied, definitely recommendable.
It is a nice kit for which there is a lot of information on the Internet, if you can not cope with the poor building instructions. I think no kit is suitable for unskilled hobbyists. But with some talent and help from the net, it's not a big deal.
I wanted to build it as an e-model first, but then decided to install a 9 cc NGH gasoline engine that fits perfectly and I hear where it is flying, haha.

Olin Lu | Verified Buyer

  • Overall
  • Value
  • Quality

FOKKER E.III EINDECKER WW1 FIGHTER LASER CUT BALSA KIT 1520MM (60")

Dec 02, 2019

Good.

fred | Verified Buyer

  • Value
  • Quality
  • Overall

not bad

Nov 20, 2019

the kit cutting is quite good. parts fit is good however the A4 instruction is very poor a plan lay out would be helpful for beginners or A4 should be on A3 which is lager and the parts numbers would be more readable.

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
Customer files
Fokker E111 Manual Download [6]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.27(2).jpeg Download [99]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.24(1).jpeg Download [113]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.24.jpeg Download [97]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.25(1).jpeg Download [76]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.25(2).jpeg Download [108]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.25(3).jpeg Download [106]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.25.jpeg Download [100]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.26(1).jpeg Download [112]
WhatsApp Image 2018-08-18 at 22.58.26(2).jpeg Download [116]
  1. 1
  2. 2
Upload your file

Only registered users can upload files.
Please log in or register to start helping your fellow hobbyists today!

Related Tags

Accessories