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#1 jdlilfan Sep 10, 2010 09:34 PM

Dynam Meteor
Just saw this new product, the Dynam Meteor. It looks an awfully lot like something that starts with an H and ends with a U. Very interesting...

Awesome Dynam Meteor 70mm Super Fast Brushless EDF JET Review *Surprise Ending* (12 min 42 sec)

Anyway, it looks like Nitroplanes will be carrying it. This was their sample.

#2 Lithonion Sep 11, 2010 12:18 AM

If its popular, it will be copied. :popcorn: Wonder what this one will cost, not a bad looking plane. Be a fun yard dart. :D

#3 Ispintechno Sep 11, 2010 12:42 AM

Edit. Not going to touch this topic.

#4 Ispintechno Sep 11, 2010 10:36 AM


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#6 jdlilfan Sep 11, 2010 05:15 PM

I am guessing it will cost $200 or under RTF. It probably won't be Z-foam. Probably just EPO. Dynam makes a pretty good product. I have their RTF Sonic 185 motor glider that I bought this spring and it has probably over 20 hours of flight time on it from flying it all summer. Everything is stock and nothing has failed yet. Will be interesting to see how this new model plays out.

#7 killer vtwin Sep 18, 2010 01:57 AM

i want one

#8 Lithonion Oct 20, 2010 03:09 PM

It's Out
Well, they now have it. 160 bucks RTF.


#9 tomcee Oct 20, 2010 03:57 PM


and no airframe option :eek::eek:


#10 RNAF Oct 21, 2010 06:28 AM

Why is shipping 117$ to South Africa? HK's cheaper and even hobbyshopwarehouse. 60-80 bucks is more than enough for shipping.

#11 b-29er Oct 21, 2010 11:23 AM


Originally Posted by Lithonion (Post 16018691)
If its popular, it will be copied. :popcorn: Wonder what this one will cost, not a bad looking plane. Be a fun yard dart. :D

To be honest, i don't think that the Habu is actually that popular. For 400 bucks, that would definitely throw it off my wish list. Let's put that in perspective a bit. For a budget within 50 bucks of the total, shipped cost of the habu, I can get a jet (from bananahobby, unfortunately) with twin 70mm edfs, flaps, slats, and a whole list of functions that i won't ever necessarily need, or build a composite, high grade model of a slightly larger size. A comparable model, sans the z-foam (which is still pretty vulnerable at the habu's high airspeed) at less than half the bnf price? for an RTF? There will probably be some popularity, considering that the price is cheap enough to compare with jets of it's size and type.

#12 kuczy Oct 21, 2010 11:34 AM

Some will buy it as a cheaper alternative to the Habu. The Habu isn't as popular as some of the super fancy LX models that have been coming out lately but, it does sell. I know 4 guys with them and they love it. Yeah you can get a twin Fulcrum with all the crazy stuff for almost the same price. The difference is if the Habu crashes due to a defect HH will do their best to make it right in my experience, other places will do their best to sell you replacement parts or not answer phones or emails.

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#13 matthew954 Oct 26, 2010 01:09 PM

Has anyone flown it yet? I'm very tempted to get this one come income tax time.

#14 tomcee Oct 27, 2010 04:43 PM


it is already out of stock :-(


#15 kevinb120 Oct 27, 2010 05:05 PM

Well you have to figure $160 + 60-90 for shipping. Then the inevitable gutting of the electronics to better electronics, kinda pricey if you ask me. Versus $300 for one you can pick up at the LHS and everything works great.

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