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TW-781 Cessna Micro Infrared Control Indoor Aeroplane 2CH Plane






A Paper Plane that you can control!!
We used to play with paper planes when we were young. They can fly like sliding in the sky. Now we are introducing you a newly presented plane, which flies as beautiful as a paper plane, but this time you can control it!!

It is a palm size aeroplane with Infra-red control. Materials Made with very light and durable material--EPO. It hardly break even you bend it or crashed to obstacles. As it is so light, it can fly longer then normal indoor RC toys, that's because it takes less energy to support the plane body.

When you move the Throttle from 10% to 100%, the plane elevates with respective rate, you can make an excellent horizontal flight by just giving a lower throttle, or climb rapidly by switching the throttle to a higher level. No need to know too much about aerobatic theory and you can make a perfect aerobatic flight! It can bank left and right by spinning one of the 2 motors faster, simple but effective design!

The aeroplane is very durable, making it great for any players, even kids. It is made of EPO foam, a commonly used material in RC Aeroplane models, it is very light weight and flexible, feels like rubber, but without the weight. We tested the aeroplane by dropping from 3 stories high, the plane body remains no damage, just some scratch on the nose.

It has Li-polymer battery on-board. It can be charged very easily by just connecting to the transmitter, then you can start flying it again!
  • Total Weight: 9.0g
  • Total Length: 185mm
  • Wing Span: 200mm
  • Indoor Control Range: 10m
  • Time in flight: 10-12 min.
  • Color : Red, Yellow, Blue.(If you do not have color requirements we will send at random)
Package Includes:
  • Gilder Body x 1
  • Transmitter x 1
  • Manual x 1
  • Extra! Spare Propeller x 2
  • Extra! Landing Wheel x 1
  • Box Size: 23 x 22 x 14cm
  • Gross Weight: 381 g






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  • Manufactured by: ARCANUM

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 31 May, 2011.