|Jun 21, 2012, 01:24 AM|
New Hobbyking free flight rubber powered planes.
I bought 3 of this planes and they look very well done.
The materials are excellent and the big ones even include a rubber winder.
So far I let my daughter to assemble the small blue super cub
I will assemble and post the review of the Wright Flyier and the Fokker tri-plane.
|Jun 22, 2012, 08:38 AM|
The assembly is quite easy.
My daughter helped a lot.
There are some trick but nothing so difficult.
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|Jun 22, 2012, 03:25 PM|
Joined Nov 2000
Was fascinated .
Then perusing HK I found that I erm "have one"
The red white seaplane.. received as a gag(?) gift, a couple of years ago.
Thing doesn't fly.. a simple (short) glide into the ground as the propeller unwound.. is All I ever managed.
Still the wee winder could be good on a 'flying' scale stick tissue model.
IF it's man enough for a double strand motor?
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