The Baby Blender Swappable is an excellent transition into four channel flying and more advanced building techniques. With gentle stall characteristics and a wide speed envelope, the Baby Blender will enable you to experience all the benefits of four channel flight. Tight loops, rolls, hammerheads, snap rolls, inverted, and even high alpha are all possible with this design. The Baby Blender will quickly take away your intimidation of flying a four channel biplane, and take you back to your childhood when the only limitation was the lead in your pencil and the size of your paper.
-Will ship in 4 business days. (due to the rush)
-This includes the airframe only (no electronics).
-This airframe is compatible with the swappable series developed by Josh Bixler.
Weight - 14 oz (without battery)
Wingspan - 24 in (610 mm)
The FT Baby Blender (Version 2) is an updated version of our original foam board scratch build! We took input from you (our viewers) and redesigned this scratch build/ speed build kit with added strength, better flight characteristics, and a much easier build experience! FREE Build Plans and More Photos available on our website: http://flitetest.com/articles/baby-blender-2-draft This kit is also available in our web store as a Speed Build Kit! http://shop.flitetest.com/ Watch how to build your Power Pod here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2hjmvyRFwU Thanks for watching! Here are some other links you may be interested in: Scratch Build Tips (Control Surfaces) : http://youtu.be/maJo6MFCQ4E More Flite Test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMuu3EUqitM Other Scratch Builds: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBKC5i8MHIk
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Posted by Richard Tonger on 3rd Mar 2015
kit was fine except missing landing gear wire. still not received 10 days later
Fun to fly, not for beginners,
Posted by nsolcis on 16th Feb 2015
Fun to fly, but not for beginners, top wing breaks to easily that everytime you crash its back to the shop. Theres alot to line up and build correctly, i'd start with a crop duster type plane if you wanted something more basic/easier to start with.
the suggested engine types dont seem to have enough power for any fun type of flying, plenty for going around in circles though. itd be nice if they suggested a more powerful power train.