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Posted by Blaze0021 | Oct 25, 2020 @ 12:50 PM | 3,531 Views
This is the flight of my 1230mm wingspan TechOne Neptune 64mm EDF Jet Wing, modified for 4S flight.

TechOne Neptune 64mm EDF Jet Wing 4S Performance Flight (4 min 39 sec)

1) Receiver - Lemon RX DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
2) ESC - Hitec Energy Sport 40a ESC
3) Battery - Tattu 4S 1800mAh 75C Lipo
4) EDF Unit - FMS 2840-3150KV Motor / 11-Blade Ducted Fan Unit
5a) Internal Cooling - Custom 3D-Printed Ram Air Intake Scoop (Lipo / ESC Cooling)
5b) Internal Cooling - Additional Rear Hatch Exhaust Outlets Cut (1:3 Inlet-Outlet Ratio)
6) Servos - Hitec HS-5055MG 9-Gram Metal Gear Servos x 2
7) Structural Rigidity - .057" x .177" x 11" Carbon Fiber Flat Spars x 2 (channeled and inserted in between the fuselage and wing sections)

I've had this EDF wing for several years now, but it's never had any spotlight time until now. This is absolutely one of my favorite and unique wings that I've kept to myself from social media until my friend Robert decided to record my flight yesterday. The grass was also at the right height and smoothness to attempt a take-off from, as well as a touch and go. Very much to my surprise, both were easy to do, and is another fun/unique feature from this already cool EDF wing.

It's a shame that there aren't many (if at all) of these EDF wings in production anymore. Despite the poor TechOne equipment it came out of the box with (a stock motor lead that had a wire separate on inspection, malfunctioning ESC, and a busted plastic servo), The Neptune is really a brilliant EDF Wing design that comes alive when quality internals are installed. I'm hoping that there will be an EDF wing re-release of something like it from one of the current reputable manufacturers in the future.
Posted by Blaze0021 | Sep 26, 2020 @ 10:56 PM | 3,924 Views
A follow-up to my previous video, here is a 3S Flight Video of my Eflite UMX Waco Monoplane Golden Age Fantasy #7 “Lorenz Racer”. Thank you Robert for getting the flight footage, and thank you Brad for the custom personalized decals.

Eflite UMX Waco Monoplane Golden Age Fantasy #7 "Lorenz Racer" 3S Performance Flight (4 min 17 sec)

“Just because it hasn’t been built yet, doesn’t mean it can’t be built.”

The UMX Waco Monoplane Golden Age Fantasy #7 “Lorenz Racer”. Named after David Lorenz, the Regional Park it was born and is currently flown in.

Powered by an Eflite 3S 300mAh 30C Lipo with an Eflite BL180 3000KV Motor / Eflite 5x2.75 Prop combo, and additionally cooled with a custom-painted “Ram Air” Spoon Scoop and Hidden Vented Cockpit Exhaust. A Carbon Fiber Flat Spar is embedded in the main wing for rigidity. All of the old carbon fiber connection wire bits have been sanded and painted over to match the scheme. The old connections to the interplane struts and fuselage joiner have been covered with their original plastics which have been sanded so it looks like it was made that way. A UMX Champ S White Prop Spinner and Custom Decals by Brad Lupher finishes the model.

Idea Inspired by The Golden Age of Air Racing:

The Golden Age Of Air Racing (50 min 20 sec)
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Posted by Blaze0021 | Sep 15, 2020 @ 09:59 PM | 3,201 Views
I got bored with my slow and lackadaisical UMX Waco and was about to sell it as it is just never flown enough in my fleet. That is, until I saw a few 1930’s Air Racers and got a modding idea to give it a new lease on life. 😈

Eflite UMX Waco Golden Age Fantasy Monoplane Racer Test Flight (3 min 49 sec)

The top wing was gently removed. An 8” .034” x .121” flat carbon fiber flat spar has been inserted in the main wing for rigidity. All of the detailing is complete. All of the old carbon fiber connection wire bits have been sanded and painted over to match the scheme. The old connections to the interplane struts and fuselage joiner have been covered with their original plastics which I sanded so it looks like it was made that way.

The Test Flight was more than successful with the stock Eflite BL180 3000KV Motor. I placed the Turnigy Nano-Tech 2S 300mAh 35C lipo (16 grams) as far back in the internal compartment (just a half inch in front of the AS3X RX) to account for the lack of lift and CG compensation, and it balanced well for neutral handling.

Flight characteristics are quicker and much more responsive, with basic aerobatics, knife edges, inverted flight, and even flat turns. This is now one awesome plane with a unique Gee Bee-esque feel!

Plans to upgrade to an Eflite BL180 3600KV Motor and 120mm X 70mm Tri-Blade Prop are a go.

The UMX Waco Golden Age Fantasy Monoplane Racer is born. ⭐️

(To all the doubters who thought that this wasn't going to work, or thought that it wouldn't fly well.. thank you. You pushed me to innovate and succeed. And this plane now flies even better than it did stock.)

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 30, 2020 @ 06:07 PM | 7,024 Views
It really takes a unique plane to keep my interest in flying it consecutively for over a month. This is one of them - My customized Twisted Hobbys F-22 Raptor. No matter when and where I fly, it captures much attention.

Twisted Hobbys F-22 Raptor Custom Build Weekend Day/Night Flight Special (3 min 11 sec)

Dual Rudder Setup with (2) ICE 9-Gram Servos
Castle Creations Talon 15-Amp ESC w/ 8-Amp (Peak) BEC
PT Model 8x4 Carbon Fiber Prop
Eflite Universal Light System
Twisted Hobbys MXS-C Side Force Generators

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Lemon RX LM0033 DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Battery: Turnigy Nano-Tech 3S 850mAh 30C Lipo (67 grams)
AUW: 314 Grams
Song: Ace Combat 7 - Dual Wielder

What a fun-filled weekend!

Thank you Andy, Alex, Rick, and Family for capturing some great flight clips today, as well as Robert for the night flight clip!

Thanks for watching!...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 22, 2020 @ 11:32 PM | 5,271 Views
Mike was messing around with the slow motion camera setting on his iPhone 10. I turned it into an opportunity. The star of the show tonight is my customized Twisted Hobbys F-22 Raptor.

Twisted Hobbys F-22 Raptor Custom Slow Motion Special (4 min 27 sec)

Hope you guys enjoy this fun flight!

Dual Rudder Setup with (2) ICE 9-Gram Servos
PT Model 8x4 Carbon Fiber Prop
Eflite Universal Light System
Twisted Hobbys MXS-C Side Force Generators

Transmitter: Spektrum DX8 G2
Receiver: Lemon RX LM0033 DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Battery: Turnigy Nano-Tech 3S 850mAh 30C Lipo (67 grams)
AUW: 320 Grams
Song: Sail by Awolnation

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 16, 2020 @ 04:06 AM | 4,625 Views
This is a performance test flight of my 5-year old modified Eflite UMX Sbach 342 BNF. In my opinion, this is another "oldie but goodie" and "not for beginners" archived Eflite UMX model that deserves an updated re-release.

Eflite UMX Sbach 342 BNF (Modified / Updated) Performance Flight (4 min 12 sec)

Originally I had purchased this as "New In The Box/Old Stock" about 5 years ago. I had recently modified this Gen 1 model for purpose-built enhanced 3D capability and aerobatics. It is an aerial drift king.

1) Eflite EFLU4864 AS3X UMX Beast 3D Receiver
2) Eflite BL180 3400Kv (Timber) Motor
3) Small Parts CNC Aluminum UMX Carbon Cub Adapter
4) Eflite 5.75X2.25 UMX Pitts Prop
5) Dubro 1" Mini Lite Wheels
6) Shapeways 3D-Printed UMX Sbach 342 Side Force Generator Set
7) Eflite UMX Pitts Spinner
8) Eflite UMX Beast 3D Landing Gear Wire (for longer prop clearance)
9) Carbon Fiber Rod-Reinforced Vertical and Horizontal Stabilizers

1) Servo Travel 95% on All Surfaces
2) Aileron Rate: 100% / 22% Expo
3) Elevator Rate: 100% / 17% Expo
4) Rudder Rate: 100% / 5% Expo
5) Aileron Control Rod set to Outermost Hole
6) Elevator and Rudder Control Rod set to Innermost Hole
7) Lipo Battery Placed Rearmost in Compartment

1) Transmitter - Spektrum DX8 (G2)
2) Battery - Turnigy Nano-Tech 2S 300mAh 35-70C Lipo
3) Total Flight Time - 3 Minutes, 30 Seconds
4) Lipo Status - 7.56 Volts (3.78/Cell)
5) Pilot - Derick "Blaze" Aquino
6) Cameraman - Mike "Deuces Wild" Frontiero

Thanks for watching!
Posted by Blaze0021 | Aug 03, 2020 @ 06:58 PM | 3,137 Views
Sometimes, I just don't want to bring a bigger plane to the field. Sometimes, I just want to return to my RC roots. And for that reason today is why I chose my old UMX Beast 3D to take to the field.

Eflite UMX Beast 3D BNF Basic 6-Year Old 3S Performance Flight (4 min 40 sec)

Purchased in 2014, and the third plane I've ever flown in my fleet. Prior to the UMX Beast 3D, I flew the UMX Champ to teach me basic 3-channel flight.. and later on, the UMX F4U Corsair for 4-channel orientation. I flew those two planes for the first year of flying RC. But in the second year, I took a chance on the UMX Beast 3D. It was my first aerobatic ultra micro. I have a lot of respect for this old biplane as in my earlier RC days, there were a lot of close narrow margin saves while I was still learning its agility (it's too bad that I don't have a flight video of my earlier days with this bipe.. comparing my flights back then, to now would have been something cool to compare). Since then, I've had countless flights with this amazing biplane and it has taught me a lot. I have much to thank it for.

Modified for 3S with an Eflite BL180 2300KV Brushless Motor and GWS 5043 (5x4.3) Propeller. Powered with Eflite 3S 300mAh 30C Lipos. This Beast has been flying on 3S for the past 5 years with no issues. The wings, interplane struts, and tail surfaces have also been carbon fiber rod-reinforced to handle the long-term stress of 3S.

Extra accessories include a Shapeways 3D-Printed UMX Beast...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jul 31, 2020 @ 11:44 AM | 4,915 Views
This is a fun demo flight I completed yesterday with my new Twisted Hobbys 29" EPP F-22 Raptor.

Twisted Hobbys 29” EPP F-22 Raptor Performance Flight (5 min 17 sec)

This F-22 is unlike any Raptor I've flown.. and I love it! It can be flown scale, or can perform some very outlandish aerobatics with it’s linked aileron-elevator design. Now all it needs is dual rudders to unlock its full 3D / aerobatic potential. That is a future modification coming soon.

Overall, this is probably the most fun F-22 Raptor that I've ever flown!

Love the ending of this flight video as well.

Receiver - Lemon RX LM0033 DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
Battery - Gens Ace 3S 800mAh 40C Lipo (69 Grams).
CG - 473mm from the tip of the nose towards the rear.
Hatch Modification - Magnetic bottom hull for easy internal access.

TX - Spektrum DX8 (Gen 2).
Throttle Timer - 4 Minutes.
Actual Flight Time - 4 Minutes, 39 Seconds.
Remaining Lipo Charge - 37% (3.817 / Cell).

Aileron 100% with 25% Expo
Elevator 100% with 20% Expo

Aileron 104%
Elevator 105%

AUW - 282 grams.
Cameraman - Robert "Doc" Mickelsen
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jul 26, 2020 @ 12:32 AM | 7,728 Views
This is the 3rd flight out of 8 flights today with my new Eflite Ultimate 3D 950mm BNF Basic, all flights flown on 4S.

Eflite Ultimate 3D 950mm BNF Basic 4S Performance Flight (4 min 55 sec)

The Maiden Flight was very uneventful and was used primarily for checking trim, flight control response, as well as flight time / battery capacity measurements. The second flight was used to tune the amount of expo on all of the surfaces. This third flight was all about exploring the flight envelope, as well as control response to a few 3D / aerobatic maneuvers.

If I had to describe what this biplane felt like, it’s like a combination of flying my favorite old UMX of all time - The Eflite UMX Beast 3D, and another similar biplane - The Eflite Viking Model 12 280. This new Eflite Ultimate 3D 950mm BNF Basic is an incredible model that made me feel right at home. With 4S power, wide flight envelope, and floaty characteristics, the Ultimate 3D is a “well-thought out” design with no initial weaknesses that I can find within reason and normal use. This is a model that I will be spending a lot of time with.


Battery - Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C (235 Grams).

Battery Placement - As far rear back in the compartment, butted up to the underside of the battery latch.

CG - Lined up to 89mm from the center leading edge of the underside of the top wing, as recommended by the manual, and with neutral finger-tip balance.

Control Rod Placements - As recommended by the...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jul 09, 2020 @ 12:51 PM | 5,372 Views
The Maiden Flight of my Parkzone F-27Q Stryker 943mm BNF (New / Old Stock) was a success!

Parkzone F-27Q Stryker 943mm BNF (New / Old Stock) Golden Hour Maiden Flight (4 min 39 sec)

I was fortunate enough to win this rare item on eBay a week ago. When I first saw this model 7 years ago at my local hobby shop, I was only a beginner, flying a Hobbyzone Champ, wishing I had the skills to fly it. I had passed it up at the time and had regretted it ever since. 7 years later, I came across this new / old stock on eBay and couldn't pass up the chance to have it in my fleet. And what an awesome 4-Channel wing this is! This flight goes through testing some of the basic maneuvers as well as knife edges, an inverted flat spin, and the boomerang.


1) Switched out the ESC EC3 connector to Deans.
2) Added satin tape to exposed leading edge of main wings.
3) Applied 2 spray coats of Minwax Satin-Finish Polycrylic.

Equipment, Setup, and Programming:

1) Transmitter - Spektrum DX8 (G2)
2) Receiver - Lemon LM0033 DSMX 7-Ch Diversity Stabilizer / Receiver
3) Gains - Aileron 8:30, Elevator 8:45, Rudder 8:45
4) DX8 Master Gain - Set to +3
5) Rates - Aileron 78% with 50% Expo, Elevator 80% with 48% Expo, Rudder 65% with 15% Expo
6) Lipo - Pulse 3S 2250mAh 45C (186 grams)
7) Prop Brake - Enabled
8) Mix - Throttle to Aileron Rate Set to -2% with an 85% Offset (to help counter the natural tendency of the subtle left roll while under throttle).
9) Throttle Timer - Set to 4 Minutes.
10) Hand Launch Throttle - 70%

Camera / Phone: Shot with an iPhone 11.
Cameraman: Robert "Doc" Mickelsen
Location: Mountain Vista High School
Music: A Beautiful Song - Nier: Automata Soundtrack
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 27, 2020 @ 08:39 PM | 5,629 Views
There are some planes that can make you look good.. and there are some planes that are pure magic. This one happens to be both. Here's a candid flight with my Twisted Hobbys / RC Factory 32" Gee Bee Z. 🟡⚫️
I also go over some of the additional mods that I added to make it a fun night flyer as well.

The Gee Bee is a remarkable and fun 3D aircraft that makes me want to charge more packs just to get it in the air. It handles a respectable amount of wind, but is truly divine during a calm golden hour. A definite hit by Twisted Hobbys and RC Factory! ✨
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 14, 2020 @ 05:50 PM | 4,089 Views
Last weekend I was windsurfing an Eflite F-16 64mm EDF Jet, and this weekend it's with the Freewing F/A-18E HP 64mm EDF Jet, upgraded with a new FMS 4S 2840-3150KV 11-Blade EDF Unit.
It's another 20-25 mph windy weekend in CO, but nothing the little "Rhino" can't handle. 💪
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 06, 2020 @ 09:20 PM | 5,105 Views
Windsurfing my Eflite F-16 Falcon 64mm EDF Jet this morning with 21.4mph avg winds and 28.5mph gusts. High alpha and harrier-ing in the Viper, why not?

Eflite F-16 Falcon 64mm EDF Jet BNF Basic High Winds Flight (4 min 59 sec)

Thanks for coming out today Robert and getting this footage.. I knew you would be the only one in our flight group crazy enough to show up at the field today and fly in this mess with me.
Posted by Blaze0021 | Jun 05, 2020 @ 04:32 PM | 5,363 Views
I'm pleased to show my next custom RC work - Project Chimera. Callie Graphics pulled through with my custom decals last week and I was finally able to apply them on my project, which is a highly modified 3-year old BlitzRCWorks Deltawing 50mm EDF Jet.

BlitzRCWorks Deltawing 4S 50mm EDF Jet - Project Chimera (3 min 26 sec)

This was a little EDF jet that I picked up from Banana Hobby 3 years ago for $65, and was a surprisingly excellent jet on the stock 3S system. But the stock color scheme was absolutely awful. My friend Brad offered to change the scheme with his airbrush skills, and I accepted his offer.

The overall appearance and high agility represented the Dassault Mirage 2000, so I chose that main scheme. Interesting enough, the side profile also has hints of the F-16 (with its bottom intake scoop and vertical fin), and the turtle deck reminds me of an A-4 - Hence, I nicknamed it the Chimera (the Greek mythical creature which composed of parts from different animals).

The stock 3S system has also been replaced with a 4S setup. A dynamically-balanced XRP 4S 50mm 11-Blade 4200KV Unit has been drop-in fitted, and a ZTW Beatles 40a ESC with 3a SBEC has been installed.

Durability was also a factor. A custom bass wood block has been mounted in the underbelly of the nose section with a curved music wire strake. This acts as a shock-absorbing nose skid that prevents the nose from digging into the grass or turf on landing touchdown. The front intake and intake...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | May 25, 2020 @ 09:12 PM | 6,544 Views
This Memorial Day, my tribute honoring those who served with valor and cherishing the memories of those who gave everything -- A performance flight of my Arrows RC P-47 Thunderbolt 980mm 4S High-Speed Custom Variant "Silver Lady" flown today.

Arrows RC P-47 Thunderbolt 980mm 4S High-Speed Custom Variant Memorial Day 2020 Flight (4 min 47 sec)

I actually wasn't planning on getting any flight video, but Robert surprised me when I spotted him halfway through with his iPhone out, recording my last flight of the day with the rest of the guys watching. I think he did very well capturing the Silver Lady in action! 😁

Just to recap this project, I customized the internals of this new Arrows RC P-47 Thunderbolt 980mm to have the exact (or better) schematics of the old FMS 980mm High Speed P-47 Thunderbolt (now discontinued). The stock Arrows RC 3S motor has been replaced with a new beefy FMS 4S 3648-770KV Brushless Outrunner (the motor mount has 2 different mounting points, one for the smaller stock 3S motor, and another set of deeper motor mounting points for the larger 4S 770KV motor.. which confirms that this current Arrows RC P-47 offering was once the FMS High Speed P-47 model), and the stock Arrows RC 40-Amp ESC has also been replaced with a ZTW 85-Amp Mantis with 5-Amp SBEC.

Measured 54.5 Max Static Amps, 855 Watts Power - using an Eflite Power Meter and fully charged Admiral Pro 4S 2200mAh 45C Lipo.

I also completed a lot of detailed setup...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | May 10, 2020 @ 09:49 PM | 7,996 Views
A friend told me that I should dedicate something to honor your memory.. a great idea.

This flight is dedicated to you Mom.. You were one to always "Like" my Flight Videos and my Golden Hour Sunset Photos. It's not easy without you here, but we're doing okay. We miss you so much, and not a day goes by where we don’t think of you. Happy Mother's Day in Heaven.

Eflite T-28 Trojan 1.2m BNF Basic 4-Year Anniversary of Purchase 4S Flight (4 min 39 sec)

A 4-year Anniversary of Purchase, 4S Flight of my Eflite 1.2-meter wingspan T-28 Trojan. The clouds in this flight were absolutely heavenly.. just as if they knew what I was asking for.

By comparison, here was the 4S Maiden Flight Video of my Eflite 1.2m T-28 Trojan... footage taken 3 years ago:

Eflite T-28 Trojan 1.2m 4S Conversion Performance Flight (5 min 36 sec)
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Posted by Blaze0021 | May 05, 2020 @ 02:49 AM | 7,172 Views
I've finally completed and test flown my Ace Combat Zero Galm 2 "Pixy" Custom on my 2-year old Freewing Lippisch P.15 64mm EDF Jet over the past weekend. This video includes two flights - one in fair weather and one in inclement weather, demonstrating it's tolerance to a wide range of flight conditions. Watch all the way through to hear Pixy converse with Galm 1 "Cipher" and AWACS "Eagle Eye" through the comms, and also see an epic "Mission Accomplished" landing at the end!

Freewing Lippisch P.15 64mm EDF Jet - Ace Combat Zero Special - Galm 2 "Pixy" (6 min 39 sec)

See below for a list of my modifications:

1) Upgraded to an FMS 3S 64mm 2840-3900KV 11-Blade EDF Unit.
2) Upgraded to a ZTW Mantis 45-Amp ESC.
3) Armor-coated the underbelly with a foam brush-applied layer of JB Weld 5-Minute Clear Epoxy as a protective skid plate.
4) Custom Ace Combat Zero - Galm 2 "Pixy" Scheme (thank you Brad Lupher for the amazing airbrush work).
5) Spray-Applied 2 Coats of Minwax Satin Finish Polycrylic on airframe.

This has easily become the fastest EDF Jet in my fleet (+100mph).. and is still powered by the same Roaring Top 3S 1800mAh 45C lipos that I was originally using with the stock system. With a dry weight of 415 grams and Max Static Amp Draw of 35.5a, the thrust to weight setup is outstanding.

My Freewing Lippisch P.15 also had badly misaligned decals (top and bottom) on the right wing. So I took the...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Apr 22, 2020 @ 02:26 AM | 9,392 Views
Clipped Wing Cub Wednesday!

Eflite Clipped Wing Cub 1.2m BNF Basic - Golden Hour 4S Flight (5 min 0 sec)

It's surprising that I've had this Clipped Wing Cub for 2 years, and not once have I had a video taken of this fun aerobatic model, until now. I had only flown it once in its stock 3S configuration and wasn't satisfied with the power output for my flying style (for those of you that disagree with my power assessment, just try flying here - at least a mile up in CO and then we'll talk). The remaining flights up to this day have all been on 4S power and have had no issues.

I had also made additional upgrades to the internal system for 4S compatibility, performance and longevity, as well as enjoyability in dimly lit conditions. See below for a list of modifications and measurements:

BATTERY: Pulse 4S 2250mAh 45C Lipo
ESC: Hitec Energy Sport 60a w/5a SBEC
PROPELLER: Xoar PJN 11x6 Beech Wood Electric
4S MOTOR COOLING: Custom Cut Sanded & Painted Spoon Air Scoop (feeds outside air directly to the top of the motor through a duct in the hood)
AIRFRAME PAINT PROTECTION: 2 Coats of Minwax Semigloss Polycrylic
LIGHTING: Eflite EFLA600 Universal Light Controller (Full Navigation Lighting w/ Top and Bottom Beacon Lights

The Clipped Wing Cub has been a fun high-wing aerobat that I've enjoyed many flights with, and definitely look forward to many more.

Thanks for capturing the flight video Mike!...Continue Reading
Posted by Blaze0021 | Apr 19, 2020 @ 02:24 AM | 4,893 Views
All in all a pretty good sunny day that turned into a chilly comedic scene. Also, a first time for everything.. my fingers just happened to slip off of my 4S-Powered Freewing F9F Panther right on the launch release.. Luckily I had the burner fully lit. Mike had it all on video while he was testing out some video settings on his iPhone X and using my flight as a test run. The rest was pure comedy with his commentary.

Freewing F9F Panther 4S-Powered 64mm EDF Jet - Save Of The Day (3 min 33 sec)

This just happened to be one of the very few and far in-between dreaded launch saves I’ve experienced, especially with the Panther. Due to COVID-19, my hands have been pretty badly cracked due to the constant hand washing. Prior to heading to the field today I had applied a hand lotion/balm to my hands which made them a bit slick, and that was the result.

This is what a typical hand launch looks like with my Panther:

Freewing F9F Panther 64mm EDF Jet 4S Flight (4 min 23 sec)
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Posted by Blaze0021 | Apr 16, 2020 @ 10:01 AM | 6,658 Views
This evening I was able to fly around past the golden hour. With another snow front moving in, rapidly dropping temps and some chop to make it interesting, my buddy Robert decided to take some video of my “short final” landings. I also cut it pretty close on the last flight of the night.. my face at the end says it all hahaha. 🥴😅 #LandNow

Eflite Night Visionaire 1.1m BNF Basic - Short Final Fun (1 min 16 sec)