GoolRC F949 Cessna 182 Remote Control 3ch Fixed Wing Drone Plane Rc Toys Airplane Aircraft
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- Desined according to Cessna-182 real plane,with cool appearance.
- 3 coreless motors combination,stronger driving power, EPP composite material, high flexibility, excellent recovery,and not easy to break.
- Easy operation,suitable for beginners and intermediate flight game players.
- Apply to indoor and outdoor flight, longer remote control distance.Flying range up to 200m.
- Rudder volume size adjustble,and you can do all kinds of difficult movements accurately,such as going forward, up/down, turn left/right, fine tuning, 360-degree rotation,spiral moxement,loops,etc.
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Desined according to Cessna-182 real plane,with cool appearance.
3 coreless motors combination,stronger driving power
EPP composite material, high flexibility, excellent recovery,and not easy to break
Easy operation,suitable for beginners and intermediate flight game players
Apply to indoor and outdoor flight, longer remote control distance.Flying range up to 200m
Rudder volume size adjustble,and you can do all kinds of difficult movements accurately,such as going forward, up/down, turn left/right, fine tuning, 360-degree rotation,spiral moxement,loops,etc.
Fuselage length: 393mm
Flight time: about 25 minutes
Charging time: 40~60minutes
Transmitter battery: 6 * AA Battery(not included)
Airplane battery: 3.7V 500mah Li-Po Battery
Number of drivering motor: 3 coreless motor combination
Control distance: 200m
Flying weight: 58g
Dimention: 500 * 393 * 192mm(W*L*H)
Suitble for: age 14+
Package size: 55 * 22 * 12cm / 21.7 * 8.7 * 4.7in
Package weight: 766g / 1.7lb
Note: Transmitter is model 2 (Left hand throttle)
1 * Airplane
1 * 2.4G Transmitter (Model 2)
1 * 3.7V 500mah Li-Po Battery
1 * Spare propeller
1 * USB Charger
1 * Screwdriver
1 * English user manual
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Batteries charged in 45 minutes, I headed to a school yard for the first flight. The flight surfaces were trimmed
nicely from the start, after a last quick control check (verify the elevator/ rudder directions are correct when you push left/ right..up/down on the sticks) it was ready for a hand launch. Full throttle, a hard throw and it was up and climbing. 1/2 throttle about 50 feet, so I could slow it down and trim it a bit.Pretty good- just needed a couple clicks of left rudder and up elevator, then it was flying pretty much hands off. Climbed (slowly- it's a trainer after all) to 100' nosed down to build some speed, and attempted a loop. Not enough inertia, it just stalled and spun left, but recovered nicely. Next was a snap roll- no dice, not enough power.
slow fly bys at 1/4 power were fun..this thing slows to a fast jog.After a touch and go, landed plane power off, needed full back elevator in the landing flare. Next landing..carried a bit of power through the flare. It started to rain, but I got over 8 minutes in the air, and no signs of battery slowing down!
I am thrilled to have found this plane to get my feet wet again, and looking forward to building something cool to fly this winter. I Can't recommend this thing enough!!
PROS- Great value for the price-costs less than just a gas engine for a larger trainer plane. Very nice quality radio with some impressive digital read out features. Extra battery, long flight time. Integrated servos, receiver, and speed control on one IC board= no fuss set up. Everything is done for you!
CON- poor instruction manual- company should have attempted to find a fluent English speaker to write it better.
Landing gear is flimsy- not really a bad design, it just has to be made light. It did not track very straight. IMO- just don't use it if you don't want to, you don't really need it. Just hand launch.
UPDATE- 10/02/17 I have logged 33 flights on this plane, and it is still working great.The batteries are still giving me 20 minutes or more flight time. I found this thing will actually fly inverted! I have crashed 3 times, including into lake Michigan..and it keeps going! This thing is virtually indestructible! I have gone on to larger, more complex electric planes, yet I still keep this one in the car for a flight anywhere. It's fun flying with the birds, they get curious and check it out. Almost lost it once in an intense thermal over a tennis court on a hot day..it just kept climbing with the power at idle. I can fly until it is almost out of sight, and get glide times of over 1.5 minutes.
Batteries last around 25-30 minutes, and they give you two!
The controller is extremely nice
It's in mode two, which means the throttle is on the left stick of the controller and control surfaces are on the right
The box doubles as a nice carrying case
It doesn't need a lot of space to fly
They give you a magnetized screwdriver
You get three extra props
It can't handle much wind without becoming extremely unstable
The landing gear is trash and requires fifteen feet to take off
The one piece they don't give you an extra for is the tiny screw that holds on the wind, so be careful with it
For more stable landings, I cut a small crevasse in the rear and stuck the nose gear in it. Then I moved the rear gear to the front. Bam! Now I had nice landing gear that only requires five feet of runway.
CHECK THE PROPELLER BEFORE EVERY TAKEOFF. There have been occurrences where the engine was loose in its mount. I gently tugged mine out and applied glue around the engine, stuck it back in, and let it dry.
It doesn't have ailerons but flies like it does.