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Monday, November 05, 2007

Easy Fly Electric EPP Glider

Below are a few specs of the Easy Fly Electric EPP Glider. As I said in an earlier post this is a wonderful model for a beginner.

At $210.20 it should land here at under R2000.00 easily.

Someone in SA is selling them, but I have not been able to find out who yet but I'm sure if you ask around you will be able to find out.

At nearly 2m span, the glider is virtually ready to fly out of the box, taking just minutes to assemble. Made from tough foam and with all the radio gear pre-installed for you - It comes complete with almost everything required to get airborne and up into the wild blue yonder, including 35MHz radio equipment with transmitter and receiver crystals, brushless motor, electronic speed controller, folding propeller,1800mAh Li-Po battery and charger. Just add 8 x AA batteries for the transmitter and you're ready to go.

Virtually ready to fly out of the box. Takes minutes to assemble. Just add 8 x AA Batteries for the transmitter, charge the flight pack and fly.
Tough foam construction.
Flying Time on fully charged battery approx 15-30mins
Supplied complete with 35Mhz radio,Li-Po batteries and charger.
35 Mhz 4ch transmitter
Plus Pre-Installed
Tx & Rx Crystals
Folding Propeller
Brushless Motor
Speed Controller
1800mAh Li-Po battery and Mains Charger
Requires 8 AA Batteries for transmitter (not supplied)

Here is a link to the web page.

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