E801 Large Two Channel RC Airplane Flight Test Review

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This large two channel RC airliner can fly with very little power, allowing long flight time. Find it here http://shrsl.com/?dxqa

Pros
– Relatively big two channel RC aircraft. Cool looking in the shape of regional airliner.
– Can fly a long time if left at low idle position. Not much power is needed to keep it in the air.
– Available controls via remote include throttle, yaw, rate, and light control.

Cons
– Yaw trimming via the rotating dial can be a little confusing at first. It may be best to trim by taxiing on the ground before flying.
– I discovered that I was in high rate during this flight. Controls are quite sensitive in this rate, requiring very gentle control via the control sticks.

Vendor’s Description:
EPP materials with special processing molding, is now the most resistant to fall off the RC model material
Colorful LED Night Light, self-control switch
With 4 channel 2.4 G remote control, the control distance is about 300 meters
easy to control, suitable for students and beginners
E802 is the first EPP four-channel 2.4 G of the plane, can do some special stunt, very fun and durable!

Specification :
Channel: 3CH 2.4G
Product Weight: 180g
Wingspan: 580mm
Product Length: 605mm
Wing load: 47.5DM2
Battery Specifications: 7.4V 800MAH 15C
Flying Time: More than 20 minutes (if gliding)
Charging Time: 1-1.5h
Suitable Age: 8 years old above

Package includes: 1 E801 3CH EPP Remote Control Glider Plane, 1 2.4G Transmitter, 1 7.4V 800MAH 15C Battery, 1 USB Battery Charging Cable, 2 Spare Propeller

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