Posted by Spackles94 |
Jan 14, 2008 @ 11:14 AM | 12,685 Views
Here is a list of the reviews I've done for Ezone:
Stevens Aeromodel DiddleBug: So, where did the idea of the Diddle series from Stevens Aeromodel come from, anyway? I dust off the original model in the last (for now, anyway) of my series that looks at these tiny and fun planes.
Stevens Aeromodel E-Spresso: All small planes are created equal, right? Stevens Aeromodel proves otherwise! I review one of Bill Stevens' earliest offerings, and I try to keep up with it on the field.
Stevens Aeromodel MudBug: Four ounces of pure fun — what else could you ask for? In the world of micro planes, this one is definitely among the best. Character, quality and gentle flying are the main traits of Bill Stevens' new design. This is the first in a series of articles reviewing Stevens' indoor/backyard lineup.
Stevens Aeromodel Lil'Squirt V2: It looks like the Squirt, but yes, it's Lil, indeed. Stevens Aeromodel's new release combines the easy, trainer-like flight characteristics of the original Squirt, yet it comes wrapped in a three-ounce, 25" wingspan package you can fly in the smallest of places. I'm back with the second in a series of articles reviewing Stevens' indoor/backyard lineup.
Stevens Aeromodel 1919 White Sport Monoplane: A scale plane with struts and realistic wheels that's under three ounces? But of course! Stevens Aeromodel is at it again with a monoplane kit, and I hit the workbench to see if this really is an oldie but a goodie.