OMP Hobby T720 Electric RTF Airplane (716mm)

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The OMP Hobby T720 Electric Ready-To-Fly (RTF) 4 channel Airplane is an incredible value for first time pilots looking to get into radio control flight. Thanks to great design elements, the high wing glider type airplane boasts ease of flight for beginner pilots thanks to a combination of it's natural design, and electronic package included. Inside the body houses the electronics, which features an electronic flight stabilization which can be toggled on and off. Pilots can get build the airplane in as little as 5-10 minutes thanks to all the components being laid out extremely well inside the package.

In the event of a crash, the EPP style foam is quite resilient, but can be glued back together quickly with most commonly available super glues or other. 

  • Highly efficient aerodynamic design for great glide performance
  • Concealed servo design makes the aircraft clean and neat
  • Integrated OFS (OMP Flight System), an enhanced electronic flight stabilizer, can be switched between trainer and sport flight modes
  • 4 channel radio included. Dedicated switch for different flight modes
  • High performance SunnySky brushless motor and EOLO propeller
  • Modular parts for easy assembly
  • Frame is made of high strength EPP
Wing span: 716mm
Length: 528mm
Height: 150mm
Weight: 130g approximate
Aircraft type: Trainer
Brushless Motor: SunnySky 1406 2500kV
Propeller: 5.5 inch
Battery: 2S 7.4V 300mAh LiPo w/JST Connector
Flight controller: Integrated OFS
Flight time: 10-15 minutes
Radio range: 200m (600 feet) approximate

This product was added to our catalog on February 13, 2020

Verified Owner
Monday, Mar 2 2020 (4 months ago)
OMP Hobby T720 Electric RTF Airplane (716mm)
Very easy to fly. This was my first RC plane. I had a few bad landing and mishaps and the plane was undamaged. One thing I was disappointed about was that the plane was not prebound as advertised. It was very difficult to get to the bind button on the planes flight controller. But after that was corrected, all was good.