This is the HobbyZone Duet Ready-to-Fly Electric Airplane. Teach yourself to fly with the Duet RTF trainer! This small RC aircraft turns your dreams of flight into a reality. Even if you've never flown an RC airplane before, you could be flying in no time with Virtual Instructor™ technology. This HobbyZone exclusive technology makes minor corrections and adjustments to help you stay in control while you learn the basics. When you've mastered the fundamentals, Virtual Instructor can be turned off so you can develop your skills even further! No other RC model can offer this experience at such an incredible price. Features:
Everything you need to teach yourself to fly in one box, even the "AA" batteries for the transmitter!
Interference-free 2.4GHz transmitter with built-in charger
Vibrant trim scheme
3-channel control allows you to have complete control over climb, steering, and throttle
Virtual Instructor™ technology helps to remove the complexity of RC flight by providing control assistance and countering the effects of wind and turbulence
Durable, lightweight construction helps prevent damage in case of a crash
Quiet and efficient power system
Rechargeable 150mAh 1S Li-Po battery for generous flight times on a single charge
Includes 4 "AA" batteries to power the charger/transmitter
Specifications:Wingspan: 20.6 in (523mm) Overall Length: 14.5 in (368mm) Flying Weight: 1.34 oz (38 g) Motor Size: 7mm (x2) Radio: 2.4GHz radio system installed Trim Scheme Colors: White, blue and yellow Recommended Battery: 3.7V 1S 150mAh LiPo Approx. Flying Duration: 10 minutes Charger: Charger integrated in transmitter Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years Experience Level: Beginner Recommended Environment: Indoor/Outdoor Is Assembly Required: No Needed To Complete:
Nothing! Everything you need to teach yourself to fly in one box, even the "AA" batteries for the transmitter!
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This is the perfect beginner airplane just to get your bearings in the air. I tried and had trouble with several other planes. Once a more experienced pilot helped me get the Duet trimmed (taped 2 small nuts to the nose) it is capable of loops and flying high at decent speed. Only down side is it is so light you need almost no wind. The BIG up side is after flying this for a few months I was able to graduate to more advanced 3 channel (pusher glider) and 4 channel (Dynam Skytrainer) and now feel that I am at an Advanced Beginner status. I would recommend this as a first plane for anyone, especially if you have gotten frustrated with more advanced planes that call themselves trainers. (Posted on 4/1/2016)