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Latest Thing R/C Micro Vintage Stick takes an action backward in time to a classic look that evokes memories of yesteryear, but with modern-day carbon fiber products and updated radio innovations, like 2.4GHz. This classic-appearing aircraft is not just a great method to construct R/C piloting skills, but also a satisfying model for skilled R/C lovers to fly in compact areas. The Micro Vintage Stick is produced with simple and resilient building methods, such as the carbon fiber "stick" airframe and foam flying surface areas. The featherweight (24g without battery) building and high-capacity flight battery combine to deliver sufficient power for aerobatics like loops, spins, and barrel rolls, or extended flight times when taking pleasure in more relaxed flight maneuvers.The Micro Vintage Stick features a factory-applied vintage WWI-style trim scheme with whatever required to fly in the box; consisting of a 2.4GHz 4-channel capable transmitter that also functions as a battery charger for the 3.7V 150mAh LiPo flight battery, and integral control panel with ESC and servos. The only additional items required are four AA batteries for the transmitter and you can delight in flying a traditional aircraft from a bygone age at your regional park or gymnasium within minutes of opening the box!Features:
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By Loophole L on July 23, 2019 Verified Purchase The gimble sticks are overly sensitive, but once you get your fine motor skills 'adjusted' to it, it flies great. Fun bird, easy to see in flight. Has very high authority on the control surfaces, so loops and stunts are easy and dramatic.Was this review helpful to you?
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I like it !
By Loophole L on July 23, 2019 Verified Purchase
The gimble sticks are overly sensitive, but once you get your fine motor skills 'adjusted' to it, it flies great. Fun bird, easy to see in flight. Has very high authority on the control surfaces, so loops and stunts are easy and dramatic.