HobbyZone Mini AeroScout RTF Electric Airplane (770mm)

HobbyZone Mini AeroScout RTF Electric Airplane (770mm)
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The HobbyWing Mini AeroScout RTF Electric Airplane (770mm) was inspired by the popular AeroScout S, with a "mini" size that makes it an ideal compact trainer model that can easily be flown in large parks, soccer or football fields and other suitable spaces where larger models can't typically be flown.

This model features an incredibly durable EPP construction with the same pusher power configuration as its larger counterpart for improved safety, plus better propeller and motor protection, making it a durable and dependable platform. This allows first-time RC pilots to learn to fly successfully with an extremely durable hobby-quality trainers for less than $100. It's also extremely easy to assemble and repair if needed because, unlike other similar class models, the major airframe parts including the wing and tail simply bolt or snap into place…no glue or tape required. Best of all it's a Ready-To-Fly (RTF) aircraft so it includes a controller/transmitter equipped with 2.4GHz technology, AA batteries for the transmitter, plus a rechargeable LiPo flight battery and convenient USB charger. That means there's nothing extra to buy or provide so you can get to flying!


Features:
  • Smaller version of the AeroScout S that's conveniently sized so it can be flown at soccer/sports fields, large parks and in other suitable areas
  • 100% complete including a controller/transmitter, battery and charger so there's nothing extra to buy or provide
  • MLP4 controller/transmitter with 2.4GHz technology for reliable control without interference
  • Powerful electric motor for excellent performance and long flight times up to 10+ minutes
  • Rechargeable Spektrum™ 800mAh 1S 3.7V LiPo battery and USB charger for easy charging
  • Lightweight yet incredibly durable EPP construction perfect for first-time pilots
  • "Pusher" power configuration for improved safety plus better propeller and motor protection
  • Take off from and land on smooth surfaces using the included landing gear plus steerable tail-wheel
  • Remove the landing gear to easily hand launch then land on grass or other suitable surfaces
  • Quick and easy assembly—no glue or special tools required, ready to fly in minutes
  • Capable of performing aerobatic maneuvers including loops, rolls and more
  • No FAA registration required (under the 250-gram weight limit)
  • Full line of replacement/spare parts available
Specifications:
Approximate Assembly Time: Less than 1 hour
Band: 2.4GHz
Battery: Included
Battery Type: LiPo (3.7V per cell)
Channels: 3
Charger: Included
Completion Level: Ready-To-Fly
Flaps: No
Flying Weight: 0-250g
Power Type: Electric
Landing Gear: Yes, removable for hand launch
Material: Foam
Motor Type: Brushed
Product Length: 21.3" (541 mm)
Product Weight: 0.271lbs (123g)
Radio: Included
Receiver: Included
Recommended Motor Battery: 1S 800mAh 3.7V 30C LiPo w/JST connector included
Skill Level: Level 1
Speed Control: Included
Technology: SAFE
Wingspan: 30.3" (770 mm)

Includes:

  • (1) Mini AeroScout RTF Electric Airplane (770mm)
  • (1) MLP4 controller/transmitter with 2.4GHz technology
  • (1) Spektrum™ 800mAh 1S 3.7V LiPo battery and USB charger
  • (4)  AA batteries for the transmitter
Needed to Complete:
  • Nothing! Everything in the box!

This product was added to our catalog on September 18, 2020

Verified Owner
Thursday, Jan 21 2021 (4 months ago)
HobbyZone Mini AeroScout RTF Electric Airplane (770mm)
The bolt that holds the wings onto the fuselage was the wrong size and wouldn't screw in. I had to find a wood screw that would fit.

After that, the rudder or something was misaligned, so the plane would veer to the right so hard it couldn't even take off from the ground. We switched to a hand launch, but the hard rightward misalignment meant that it would dive to the right and crash within seconds every time. The tail broke on the first day.

I emailed FliteTest last Saturday about this. It's now the following Friday and I haven't heard anything from them.

So the kit was junk, it literally wouldn't fly straight, and the customer service was dead silent.