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The Von Stik - Micro Slow Stick (Mode 2)

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Are you ready to be the Red Baron of your local park?  Well with the fantastic Von Stik you can be a flying ace in minutes.   

A great slow stick design, the Von Stik has been made to be a super light, fly anywhere model, with a powerful geared motor running off  a 1S 3.7V 400mAh lipoly battery.  

Supplied with its own 2.4Ghz radio for interference free flying, easy to assemble and finished in a striking Red Baron finish, with the Von Stik you will be making diving attacks and strafing runs in no time at all.

It's easy to fly with its basic rudder and elevator control system and is very forgiving for the novice pilot.  In fact, the Von Stik makes for a perfect first model for any young person or even for the experienced pilot who is looking for a totally fun-fly aircraft that can be thrown up in a local park without any fuss.

Features:
• 2.4Gh radio system
• Light weight
• Easy to assemble
• Rudder/Elevator model
• Perfect for beginners 
• Beautiful bold "Red Baron" finish

Specs:
Wingspan: 52cm
Length: 38cm
RC System: 2.4Ghz
Propeller: 6050 (slowfly)
Weight: 75g
Battery Required: 1S 3.7V 350-400mAh Lipoly
Control Distance: 150m 
Mode: 2

  • Wingspan(mm) 520.00
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Corky King | Verified Buyer

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No assembly instructions. Several missing parts.

May 06, 2019

Got to contact Hobby King to return it.

oruc | Verified Buyer

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Packing and Assembling problems

Mar 23, 2019

There are some problems:
Packing
1- Rear landing gear wire is missing, servo arms are missing
Assembling:
2- Mating of the wing saddlers, Rx tray, motor and stab to the carbon stick are very tight and because of that the carbon square stick got cracked and I used a new one.
3- Motor cable are reverse hooked to the motor.

Adam | Verified Buyer

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Amazing little plane

Jan 25, 2019

Hands down the best plane for the money flys amazingly well only complaint I have is there is no assembly instructions but if you go by the picture it should be no issue

Jim | Verified Buyer

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Nice airplane, but no replaceable parts!

Feb 15, 2017

If you are considering buying a Von Stik, be very careful. The quality and price are great, it's a nice little airplane, albeit a little fast for the average gym size indoor flying space. I bought seven of these little planes for guys in our indoor flying group. We had been flying Embers, but they are no longer available, and ours were getting pretty ancient. Out of the seven planes, even before we got to use them, two have failed, both I thought because servos had failed, but upon testing it appears that the receiver has partially failed, it works the rudder but not the elevator in both cases. I have spoken to HK and hopefully they are replacing both models. The thing is you cannot get replacement receivers for these planes, and also you can't bind them to another transmitter, so if you have a problem you need a complete airplane to get the Rx and Tx matched. I'm not even sure you can get replacement servos.

Jim | Verified Buyer

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Nice airplane, but no replaceable parts!

Feb 15, 2017

If you are considering buying a Von Stik, be very careful. The quality and price are great, it's a nice little airplane, albeit a little fast for the average gym size indoor flying space. I bought seven of these little planes for guys in our indoor flying group. We had been flying Embers, but they are no longer available, and ours were getting pretty ancient. Out of the seven planes, even before we got to use them, two have failed, both I thought because servos had failed, but upon testing it appears that the receiver has partially failed, it works the rudder but not the elevator in both cases. I have spoken to HK and hopefully they are replacing both models. The thing is you cannot get replacement receivers for these planes, and also you can't bind them to another transmitter, so if you have a problem you need a complete airplane to get the Rx and Tx matched. I'm not even sure you can get replacement servos.

Ryan | Verified Buyer

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The von stik will do the trick

Dec 14, 2016

I took a gamble and picked up a pair of von stiks, in my order I got a couple of 500 mah 1s batteries. When the plane arrived, the speed control had jst connectors and the battery didn't. I swapped the connector on the battery and plugged it into the provided charger and I was flying in no time. The all up flying weight is 2.75 oz. this means the little von stik has great authority. Climb out is 30 degrees or better. Most flights are at half throttle. Flight times last about 6 minutes safely without bloating the battery. To my knowledge there is no safe voltage cut. I like everything about the system except a few details. I wish the rudder was bigger. This would help calm down full throttle climb outs, and the wing incidence is too great. I ended up making a 1/8 balsa spacer under the rear of the wing to reduce the incidence. This really helped the throttle induced climb. Last tip is to make sure you add dihedral to the main wing before flight. The wing is very flat and doesn't fly very well that way. After my minor tweaks, the plane flys like it is much larger. The motor performance is good for a brushed unit. All parts fit together well. I wished the kit came with some set of instructions. The locations of the parts on the air frame stick are gestimations until you find the CG. Once that's done lock everything down with CA glue and go fly. If someone asked me to recommend this plane would I? I'd say yes if this wasn't your first 3 channel plane. As it does fly good, the pico stick and slow stick were better handling flyers.

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