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Apprentice S 15e RTF with SAFE Technology

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$299.00
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$279.00 (You save $20.00)
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Apprentice-RTF-Plane
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10.00 LBS
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  • Product Description

    Key Features

    • SAFE™ technology provides spatial awareness and flight envelope protection
    • The ideal beginner’s choice when learning to fly with an instructor
    • Quick, easy assembly
    • Lightweight and durable Z-Foam™ construction
    • Powerful 15-size, 840Kv brushless outrunner motor installed
    • E-flite® 30A Pro Switch-Mode BEC Brushless ESC installed
    • Large, easy-access battery compartment
    • Wide-stance tricycle landing gear
    • Nose wheel steering for better ground handling
    • Powerful 3S 3200mAh 20C Li-Po battery included
    • Li-Po balancing DC charger included
    • Optional E-flite Apprentice® S Floats (EFLA550), available

     

    Approximate Assembly Time:Less than 1 Hour

    Charger:2-3S LiPo balancing charger, 0.5-3.0A (included)

    Control Throw (Ailerons):Low: 0.71 in (18mm); High: 0.91 in (23mm)

    Control Throw (Elevator):Low: 0.71 in (18mm); High: 0.91 in (23mm)

    Control Throw (Rudder):Low: 1.10 in (28mm); High: 1.35 in (35mm)

    Flaps:NoFlying Weight:49.0 oz (1390g)

    Motor Size:15-size brushless outrunner

    Recommended Fuel:Electric

    Recommended Motor Battery:11.1V 3S 3200mAh LiPo (included)

    Retracts:No 

    Speed Control:30-amp brushless (installed)Wingspan:59.0 in (1500mm)

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    1. Perfect plane to learn

      I have had this plane for 2 years. It was a perfect plane for me to learn on, without an instructor with a buddy box. I find the tricycle landing gear easy to learn on. I started on Beginner mode which limits bank angle and auto returns to level. I gradually began to use Intermediate and Advanced modes, and am now confident enough to exclusively use Advanced mode. In the process of learning, I crashed it at least 4 times. I was always able to glue it back together, usually with a few replacement parts and new props, which are easy to get. I also purchased the Phoenix RC flight simulator, because it has this plane in it, and lets you use your own radio. I found the combination of the simulator and this plane a good learning method. on 19th Apr 2016

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