Looking for something that is easy to assemble, crash resistant, yet a blast to fly? Then Sky Easy Glider is for you!
Made out of tough EPO foam to handle those little incidents that are part and parcel with learning to fly R/C, the Sky Easy Glider is a great beginner’s model.
Featuring a pre-installed Motor, ESC and servos, which make setting her up out of the box a very straight forward process that won't take more than 15-20 minutes, a comprehensive instruction manual is included. It even comes with a screwdriver, foam glue and a spare propeller!
Included with this model is a 4 channel 2.4ghz radio, a 1000mah 2s Lipo and a basic Lipo charger - that's everything you need to go flying apart from 4 AA batteries!
The Sky Easy Glider has motor, elevator, rudder and aileron controls for great manoeuvrability, whilst the beginner friendly poly-dihedral wing enhances the models in-flight stability, ensuring new pilots enjoy successful flights.
A perfect gift for the budding R/C Pilot!
Wing span: 1050mm
Motor: 2730 - 2000Kv (included)
ESC: 15amp (included)
Battery: 2s 1000mah 15c Lipo (included)
Radio: 4 channel 2.4 Ghz (Mode 1 - Throttle on the right) (included)
Servo: 1 x 8g; 2 x 6g (included)
4 x AA Batteries
Note: The receiver is supplied inside the transmitter's battery compartment!
A nice looking model, I chose it for its looks and am not disappointed.
I have yet to fly it so cant report on its user friendliness.
As there is no C of G in the very unfriendly instruction manual I have set it at the 1/3 wing width at the root of the wing from the front of the wing which is a bit awkward because of the big knobbly bit on front of the wing, still I will see how it goes. I did find that the 1000mah battery was a bit light so I am going to use a 1300mah battery shoved as far forward as it will go, this seems to give me a better balance with the C of G that I'm using.
Although the user manual is not much good I suppose it doesn't need to be because the plane is so easy to put together.
I will leave a report of the flying later (if I remember)