|Aug 08, 2003, 11:51 AM|
Marshfield, Wisconsin, United States
Joined May 2003
Has anyone had experience with these planes from this site.?
I have beggingers interested. I realize these transmitters are single axis sticks, but wonder at the flyabliliity of the units themselves.
|Aug 08, 2003, 01:56 PM|
Joined Apr 2002
I just looked at the raidentech site. Everything I saw there I would consider "disposable junk". It may fly untill crashed, but not well. The equipment won't be very usable to fly other planes.
My suggestion would be to get GWS Slow Stick with a GWS radio system. Check with WWW.allerc.com They have good prices, and ship quick. This set-up may cost more, but the newbie will equipment he can use in the future with other planes. He will also have a better chance of flying successfully. The slow stick can usually be repaired with tape/glue/etc. The GWS equipment also has a resale value if R/C is not what the newbie thought it was. The other brand equipment has little or no resale value.
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