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Skysurfer EPO Glider 4CH 780mm (RTF) (Mode 1)

Skysurfer EPO Glider 4CH 780mm (RTF) (Mode 1)

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Weight:
1730 g
SKU:
NE30178124104
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The Skysurfer 780mm Glider is compact in size and a blast to fly. Perfect for parks and other flying sites where space may be limited. Built from crash-resistant EPO, and offering full 4ch control, this is a great platform for both beginners and experienced pilots alike. Featuring a high efficiency motor and folding prop, you can achieve long flight times on just a 7.4V 250mAh lipoly!

The Skysufer is compact and portable enough to take with you anywhere. It features a removable wing that attaches with high strength magnets. The box it comes in also doubles as transport for the airplane. The airplane packs neatly in the box along with all of the accessories for easy carrying.

The included 2.4ghz radio is both Mode 1 and Mode 2 capable (Mode 1 default). All that is needed to do is insert the AA batteries into the radio, charge the flight battery and your ready to go!

Specs;
Wingspan: 780mm
Overall Length: 520mm
Flying Weight: 105~110g
Motor: N60 Coreless Motor
ESC: All in one ESC/RX/Linear Servos
Battery: 7.4V 250mAh Lipoly

Includes;
Skysurfer EPO Glider
2.4Ghz Radio
7.4V 250mAh Lipoly
Lipoly Charger
4 AA Batteries
User Manual

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  • SKU:
    NE30178124104
  • Brand:
    N/A
  • Capacity (mAh)
    No
  • Shipping Weight(g)
    1730.00
  • Length:
    820.00
  • Width:
    142.00
  • Height
    270.00
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