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HobbyKing® ™ Breeze Glider w/Optional Flaps EPO 1400mm w/Motor (ARF)

HobbyKing® ™ Breeze Glider w/Optional Flaps EPO 1400mm w/Motor (ARF)

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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 comes ARF (Almost Ready to Fly) with a 28mm brushless motor included. You will simply need to add your own 9g servos x 4, 20A brushless ESC, 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!

Features:
• Almost Ready to Fly w/Motor - simply add your own radio system, servos, ESC and batteries
• 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
• Highly efficient brushless motor pre-installed
• Simple bolt together design

Specs:
Length: 1030mm
Wingspan: 1400mm
Flying Weight: 630~700g
Motor: 2826 1550KV (included)
ESC: 20A (required)
Servo: 4x9g (required)
Propeller: 6x4 (included)

Required:
4ch transmitter and receiver
20A brushless ESC
3S 1800mAh lipoly battery
4 x 9g servo (2 x additional servos if using optional flaps)

  • SKU 9095000035
  • Brand HobbyKing
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 2255.0000
  • Packaging Length 1020.00
  • Packaging Width 220.00
  • Packaging Height 220.00
  • HobbyKing® ™ Breeze Glider w/Optional Flaps EPO 1400mm w/Motor
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Great plane for FPV, I put the vtx on the side of the fuse then ran an extension out on the tail and placed my antenna there, it gives good distant between vtx antenna and rx antenna, I have taken this thing 3/4 of a mile out on a spectrum radio. With no fpv and a 2200 3s it gets about 30min flight times, with fpv, pan tilt, and mobius, it gets about 20mins.

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Great plane for FPV, I put the vtx on the side of the fuse then ran an extension out on the tail and placed my antenna there, it gives good distant between vtx antenna and rx antenna, I have taken this thing 3/4 of a mile out on a spectrum radio. With no fpv and a 2200 3s it gets about 30min flight times, with fpv, pan tilt, and mobius, it gets about 20mins.

It's very easy to build and set up. A micro reciever later I found that I didn't have to widen the space under the wing! But that's part of the hobby. The applied graphics were pealing and wouldn't stick back down so off they came and a paint job later.."key lime" It's now my proud daughters "Tinker Bell". Also I added a 3 blade prop. Lots of thrust now. There were some "spacers" for a permanent down flap? "In case the model flew to fast"?? Not in America mates. But later I'm thinking STOL. For the price I'm thinking to build another- Grey with WWII decals. Musuliny's Rescue. Ha!

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It's very easy to build and set up. A micro reciever later I found that I didn't have to widen the space under the wing! But that's part of the hobby. The applied graphics were pealing and wouldn't stick back down so off they came and a paint job later.."key lime" It's now my proud daughters "Tinker Bell". Also I added a 3 blade prop. Lots of thrust now. There were some "spacers" for a permanent down flap? "In case the model flew to fast"?? Not in America mates. But later I'm thinking STOL. For the price I'm thinking to build another- Grey with WWII decals. Musuliny's Rescue. Ha!

The elevator and rudder linkages have excessive flex and friction, but that is easily solved by bending the wire and using grease. Use plywood to cover the fuse servos, then mount gear on top. I used the PowerHD servos, and the elevator one stripped in a bad landing.



Managed to fit an APM2 inside the fuse by cutting a bit. Strong fuselage and wings, motor has more than enough power.



The included wheels were too small to take off from grass, but rolled fine on concrete and dirt after they got started. Flap servos are a must, they make flying and landing in different conditions very easy. The ailerons are a bit small, and the foam hinges broke after flexing them. The landing gear mount is also a bit weak.

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The elevator and rudder linkages have excessive flex and friction, but that is easily solved by bending the wire and using grease. Use plywood to cover the fuse servos, then mount gear on top. I used the PowerHD servos, and the elevator one stripped in a bad landing.



Managed to fit an APM2 inside the fuse by cutting a bit. Strong fuselage and wings, motor has more than enough power.



The included wheels were too small to take off from grass, but rolled fine on concrete and dirt after they got started. Flap servos are a must, they make flying and landing in different conditions very easy. The ailerons are a bit small, and the foam hinges broke after flexing them. The landing gear mount is also a bit weak.

Not a bad little fpv platform...you are limited on space for the electronics..all fpv equipment has to be mounted externally....very stable..i havent added flaps because it takes very little throttle and its climbing...it has great lift...i would recommend finding a better way to secure the main wing because i have had issues with the wing separating in the middle and almost resulting in a crash...even though the wing came loose i was still able to fly it safely back to the ground although it had me worried...but over all its a great buy ..and it flies very easily

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Not a bad little fpv platform...you are limited on space for the electronics..all fpv equipment has to be mounted externally....very stable..i havent added flaps because it takes very little throttle and its climbing...it has great lift...i would recommend finding a better way to secure the main wing because i have had issues with the wing separating in the middle and almost resulting in a crash...even though the wing came loose i was still able to fly it safely back to the ground although it had me worried...but over all its a great buy ..and it flies very easily

It is quick to assemble and flies great. Only short coming: Too small to put any reasonable FPV gear in it.

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It is quick to assemble and flies great. Only short coming: Too small to put any reasonable FPV gear in it.

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