|Jan 30, 2011, 06:50 PM|
Joined Mar 2010
Double Horse 9100 3-channel copter -Image Heavy!
Four channel's out on the back porch crying.
3-channel just had their lunch, and now eying their dinner.
How many people like myself, spent the equivalent money on a row of 3-chee's this last year, instead of snagging a "better" model with more channels?
And still ended up happy in the end.
Three channel is not better or worse, than 4, 6, 7, etc., because it's a whole different category. One that can no longer be relegated to beginner only status.
Well, 3-channel usually means coaxial, but in this case, it means knocked-down 4-channel. A two-rotor 4-channel.
But not why I like it.
More details on this, on my BLOG
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