Stinson Voyager RTF Electric Airplane by Dromida w/2.4GHz Radio

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This product was added to our catalog on November 18, 2016.

The Dromida Stinson Voyager RTF is the perfect choice for your first plane. It exhibits slow, docile flight characteristics and comes preassembled with everything included, so it's ideal for beginners. The 4-channel radio delivers positive rudder, elevator and throttle control. Details such as wheel pants and panel lines add more scale realism than typical trainers. And with the Voyager you can learn to fly outdoors in calm conditions, and then take advantage of its compact size to fly inside a large indoor gymnasium as well.


Features:

  • Easy to fly with little or no experience.
  • 100% Ready to Fly, with everything included.
  • Rudder, elevator and throttle control.
  • Scale details such as wing rib detail, wheel pants and panel lines.
  • 4-channel radio system with:
  • 2.4GHz technology for dependable, interference-free control and worry-free flying with your friends
  • Built-in charger for convenient charging of LiPo batteries
  • Digital trims for fine-tuning performance
Specifications:
Wingspan: 19.5 in (495 mm)
Weight: 1.9 oz (54 g)
Length: 15 in (381 mm)

Includes:
  • Fully assembled aircraft
  • 4-channel SLT compatible radio w/built-in LiPo charger
  • Rechargeable 3.7V 1S LiPo battery
  • (4) "AA" batteries
Needed to Complete:
  • Nothing!
Brian Tapp
Saturday, Nov 26 2016 (9 months ago)
Dromida Stinson Voyager RTF Electric Airplane
I Bought One of these to get me reaquainted with fixed wing flight after a 20 year stent without one. I really like this little guy now, I say now because at first I did not get anywhere with it. so a words to help you have a successful first flight. The prop shaft is weak and will break with nearly all front collisions. avoid this at all cost, find a field with ankle deep grass and hand launch as well. This in a good craft otherwise and flys great for a 3 channel.)