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Super Cub LP BNF (Transmitter is sold separately)
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- Everything you need to get flying, except a transmitter, is included in the box Realistic scale features in a teach-yourself-to-fly plane Exclusive Anti-Crash Technology (ACT) facilitates a safe and successful flight experience for beginners Lightweight, high-capacity 3S Li-Po battery pack for generous flight times Includes a DC charger with an AC adapter Easy to repair, lightweight, durable Z-Foam construction An easy-to-install, one-piece wing that provides incredible handling and smooth fligh
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It also has an anti-crash backup which will automatically bring the plane to level if you mess up too badly, which is great when you're getting started trying to get comfortable with the controls. I would still recommend a PC simulator like RealFlight so that you can practice and really push your limits before you take out the real thing - if only because it gets you over that initial nervousness and into when it's really fun and confident to fly.
Binding and assembly were easy, and I waited for a nice, calm time to try to fly it. Being aggressive about learning curves, I went ahead and launched from the ground (apparently you're not supposed to do this your first flight). Well, the launch was fine, the flight a bit shaky (my fault, not the plane's), and the landing was less than good. Bad, even. I broke a strut and chipped the cowl.
I snipped off the broken strut, ignored the cowl, and went up again the next day.
Beautiful take-off, slightly shaky flight, and an amazingly perfect landing! I then proceeded to smack the ground quite hard on my next flight. I broke a piece of landing gear trim, snapped a wing, and slightly squished the windshield area.
I took off the trim, and glued the wing back together (just glue, no reinforcement). I then took it out a few days later in a very slight breeze.
I took off from a sidewalk, and started to fly. My legs shook as I gained control of the plane, and then I started to really enjoy the flight! I did several circles of the park, a bit concerned about being able to land in the breeze (which had picked up during my flight). I managed to get the hang of losing altitude and brought it in. I got within a few feet of the ground, and then did a bit of a dive. The landing looked a bit rough to me, but the plane sustained no damage!
I then took off again, with a cross wind (stupid, stupid, stupid), and rolled and crashed immediately. The wing broke but didn't snap all the way through (along the glue joint - my next repair will have reinforcement).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great trainer RC plane. After a failed attempt to learn to fly RC planes about 25 years ago, I decided to give it another shot 9 months ago. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Marc
I bought the S version, which is very similar to the LP one.
Two experiences I have had. First, the plane binded to the Spektrum DX5e that I own without any... Read more
I purchased this item looking for a good way to get into the hobby. It's a good plane for the price; but I spent so much money getting spare parts that I easily spent twice the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Denise
This plane Flys like an absolute dream, even in some wind, just make sure to cut back to half throttle when flying into the wind or it will try to go up and turn. Read morePublished on April 17, 2014 by Shane1022
This plane is not that easy to fly breaks easy . Do not recommend this for anyone in a windy statePublished on March 14, 2014 by M. H. 3406
I have used a computer simulator to learn flying, about 2-3 weeks of time. This plane was recommended for a beginner and I have now flown it 5 times. Read morePublished on February 13, 2014 by M Carlson
I bought this for my husband for chrustmas and he and my sons flew it recently.
It flies great. They could throw it into the air and it would take off beautifully. Read more