Go Go Bird Eagle RC Bird Flight Test Review
This large flying flapping wing RC bird might be mistaken for a real eagle. This is actually a lot of fun to fly. It’s not in production yet, but more info on the coming large model Go Go Birds is here http://bit.ly/GoGoEagle . However smaller versions of Go Go Birds are available here https://amzn.to/3voVHS1
– 700 mm wingspan flying flapping wing ornithopter in the shape of an eagle. Comes in very nice carrying case for portability.
– Constructed of crash resistant EPP foam. Weighs only 155 grams with battery, and does not require registration in most countries.
– Powerful brushless motor controls the flapping.
– 7.4V 450mah battery provides over 7 1/2 minutes of flight time per charge.
– 3 channel control of speed, turning, and pitch. Speed is controlled by the frequency of flapping. Turning and pitch are controlled through elevons attached to the eagles tail feathers structure.
– Up to 500 meter control range with controller. Controller includes audio cues of flight status, and telemetry cues of the eagles in-flight altitude, and battery state (low battery warning).
– As with most ornithopters, this is not a windy day flier. It’s just not fast enough to fight a headwind. Best flown on low wind days.
– Somewhat large turning radius. Best flown in an open field.
– The circle position button on the controller has no audio cue. Makes it difficult to determine if it has been activated or not.
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