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Delta Ray RTF with SAFE Technology

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Delta Ray RTF with SAFE Technology by HobbyZone

Wingspan: 34.0 in (863mm)
Overall Length: 31.8 in (807mm)
Wing Area: 384 sq. in. (2480 sq. cm.)
Flying Weight: 17.6 oz (500 g)
Motor Size: (2) 180-size brushed motors (installed)
Radio: DX4e 4-channel DSMX transmitter (included)
Servos: (2) SV80 servos (installed)
CG (Center of Gravity): 14.4 in (365mm) from the rear of airplane at fuselage center line
Prop Size: 5 x 3
Recommended Motor Battery: 7.4V 2S 1300mAh 20C Li-Po (included)
Approx. Flying Duration: 8 minutes
Charger: 2-cell DC balancing Li-Po charger (included)
Assembly Time: Less than 1 Hour

With SAFE™ technology and carefully engineered aerodynamics, the groundbreaking HobbyZone® Delta Ray™ aircraft provide pilots with a flying experience that is gentle and worry-free, even for total beginners! Plus, everything you need comes in one box, including a Spektrum™ DX4e transmitter, making it the ultimate beginner-friendly aircraft.

Key Features

  • Intuitive SAFE™ technology provides four modes to give new pilots the ultimate progressive learning experience
  • If you lose control of the airplane, "Panic Mode" returns the aircraft to stable, level flight with the push of a button!
  • Beginner and Intermediate modes provide support for new pilots by limiting the roll and pitch of the airplane, keeping you in control at all times!
  • Experienced Mode allows pilots who have mastered the basics to explore the incredible performance of the Delta Ray aircraft supported by the revolutionary AS3X gyro stabilization system
  • Everything you need to teach yourself to fly in one box, even the "AA" batteries for the transmitter!
  • Full 4-channel control gives new pilots a comprehensive learning experience with all the same controls as full-size airplanes!
  • The included full-Range Spektrum™ DX4e 2.4GHz DSMX® transmitter can be used with a variety of other Spektrum-equipped products. Visit Spektrum.com for more information.
  • Impact-resistant, durable Z-Foam™ construction is extraodinarily tough. But in case of damage, you can make repairs with almost any glue and be back in the air in minutes!

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Nothing! Everything you need to get in the air is included.

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Old Jul 29, 2013, 08:35 PM
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It would be nice is they sold it without the Tx and AS3X Rx, as I'd prefer to use my own non Spektrum radio.
Looks like it might be a fun little park flyer, even with brushed motors.
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Old Jul 29, 2013, 09:58 PM
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Is very similar to my Stratos wish they had the option to get it bnf or I would get one. I am sure it will fly great for all that looking though.
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Old Jul 29, 2013, 11:15 PM
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A very nice looking plane. Note that there is no rudder.......yaw steering is by differential thrust. A pair of GWS floats would make this an eye-catching float plane. The differential steering works great on water.
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Old Jul 30, 2013, 02:55 AM
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I second the motion for a BNF or a PNP option.
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Old Jul 30, 2013, 07:01 AM
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Yes Yes BNF!!!
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read the parts listing

If you check out the parts listings, you can do one of these up like a striker and just get the foam, I am sure, two little park 250 brushless motors and two 5x4 apc pros would make this scoot real nice
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I brought this up in another thread regarding the Delta. The new quadcopter 350 from Blade which has the SAFE technology is being offered bnf? I asked the gentlemen from Horizon that has responded in the thread regarding this. Waiting to see the answer.
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Wow! What a great looking little ship.

I've always loved deltas and I've always loved twins..This one's hitting a home run on both for me!

Looks like the wing fences are optional, as they're there in some of the screenshots and not others. I wonder what effect they have on the flight characteristics..

I also like that the main gear has a very wide stance. I bet this would make some impressive high-alpha touchdowns.
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I also like the looks of this Delta. I thought the Stratos was a very nice flying plane and performed well with its brushed motors. I sold the Stratos after a while and I need another trainer like a hole in my head but I am looking forward to seeing this one fly. I may have to buy the foam body and add my own little motors and controllers (which I already have) after everything comes into stock. I am looking forward to the video of it in action. Mike Heer
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I want one !

A total newb I'm, an Apprentice S 15e eaten by a local tree (60'+) to vanish days later as proof. But this smaller SAFE delta could be just the ticket to fly by wife - she is not too favorable to my new found hobby : a monster truck early this year, two micro quads in a row (they are still flying) and the almost instantly vanishing AS15e ...

The Delta Ray SAFE is a bargain and should get me back in the air ...
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I would consider buying this plane if it had brushless motors.
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