Uberlite 2 in 1 Slowflyer

Two Airframes in One Box

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Fly Indoors with the Uberlite

The Uberlite is a unique slow flyer that is designed for indoor flying spaces. It uses a geared brushed motor for power and magnetic actuators to control the rudder and elevator and it flys on a single cell 65mAh Lipo battery. The unique part comes when you look at the design. The front half is a power system/control pod that attaches with magnets to the airframe in seconds. Even the control linkages are magnetic and the whole airframe is designed to break away in the event of a crash to protect the airframe from damage.

You get two airframes in the box, a monoplane and a biplane, so you can chose how you want to fly. It's really clever. The battery charges via an included USB charger which can also connect to the bottom of the transmitter. You can expect flight times of 6-8 minutes and you can order the plane with Mode 1 or Mode 2 transmitters.

See the Uberlite at HobbyKing.

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Jun 13, 2014, 10:41 AM
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petty pics and description but does it work as advertised???please fly them and tell

pud
Jun 13, 2014, 03:29 PM
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pval3's Avatar
Jason, can we get some detailed information about your experience with the set up and flying. This seems more like a product announcement than a review
Jun 13, 2014, 03:33 PM
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Flyzone Uberlites 2-in-1 RTF indoor RC planes: Review & flight (13 min 23 sec)
Jun 13, 2014, 05:47 PM
EDF all the way!
bruff's Avatar
Looks like the one Tower Hobbies use to carry.
Bob
Jun 13, 2014, 10:40 PM
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Michael Heer's Avatar
The Heading is "NEWS" This is not a review. It is an announcement of a product HobbyKing has announced.
Yes Bob it does look similar to the planes Tower Hobbies sold previously. Mike Heer
Jun 14, 2014, 08:14 PM
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yeahThe Heading is "NEWS" This is not a review. It is an announcement of a product HobbyKing has announced. thanks
Jun 15, 2014, 04:38 AM
You sabotaged my plane.
eliworm's Avatar
I have these and they fly OK. I don't much care for the magnetic actuators though.
Jun 16, 2014, 12:02 PM
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Originally Posted by eliworm
I have these and they fly OK. I don't much care for the magnetic actuators though.
But maybe they're lighter than servos.
Jun 18, 2014, 04:50 AM
Single-task at best...
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We bought one of these at the UK Nats last August, and flew it within a hangar in the evenings.

Obviously not a new design, but good fun for all that.

Flies very nicely in either configuration. Enough said!

tim
Jun 28, 2014, 03:03 AM
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ForeverFlying's Avatar
So, are they available somewhere?
Thanks!


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