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Super Hornet over Canberra!

By johnboy 5 September 2010 10

Well maybe not quite. It’s the Canberra Park Flyers putting a Hobby City F-18 through its paces.

Cool toy with that ducted fan though.

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DavoDavo 11:19 pm 08 Sep 10

“nhand42 said :

First flyer, hard to beat the ElectroFun from Toys R Us. It’s $150. Includes batteries, charger, controller, spare wing. Almost impossible to destroy. Very easy to fly for beginners. Though even for veterans it’s still heaps of fun. With a decent head of speed (from a dive) you can even do loops.”

“Mothy said:

Almost impossible… but still possible

Visit Toyworld in Fyshwick, stock up on spare wings for the Electrofun (not too pricey). I’m on my 5th set – the first two were very mangled after the first flight.”

Thanks for the info.
I’ve already got a multi-purpose charger and 6 channel radio, was thinking about one of those ARF jobs. One that just needs the battery and receiver installed after I assemble it.
Recommendations?

Gungahlin Al 1:30 pm 06 Sep 10

Looked great. Not quite the Canberra Bomber, but a lot of fun I’ll bet.

Mothy 8:54 am 06 Sep 10

nhand42 said :

First flyer, hard to beat the ElectroFun from Toys R Us. It’s $150. Includes batteries, charger, controller, spare wing. Almost impossible to destroy. Very easy to fly for beginners. Though even for veterans it’s still heaps of fun. With a decent head of speed (from a dive) you can even do loops.

Almost impossible… but still possible 🙂

Visit Toyworld in Fyshwick, stock up on spare wings for the Electrofun (not too pricey). I’m on my 5th set – the first two were very mangled after the first flight.

Skidbladnir 8:41 pm 05 Sep 10

Now I want to finish my camera drone…

nhand42 8:13 pm 05 Sep 10

DavoDavo said :

V E R Y cool!
Not suitable for a beginner though? I’ve been thinking about something like that – don’t have any aero experience yet.
Recommendations for first flyer?

First flyer, hard to beat the ElectroFun from Toys R Us. It’s $150. Includes batteries, charger, controller, spare wing. Almost impossible to destroy. Very easy to fly for beginners. Though even for veterans it’s still heaps of fun. With a decent head of speed (from a dive) you can even do loops.

p1 6:36 pm 05 Sep 10

Sometimes it sounds awesome, then other times it sounds like a hair dryer.

I was just thinking to myself “needs arrestor cables…” then someone said it.

DavoDavo 6:35 pm 05 Sep 10

V E R Y cool!
Not suitable for a beginner though? I’ve been thinking about something like that – don’t have any aero experience yet.
Recommendations for first flyer?

enrique 2:32 pm 05 Sep 10

Sammy said :

Cool video, but you missed a great opportunity to lay some “highway to the danger zone” over the top of it.

…and an opportunity to bring in a Kelly Mcgillis cameo!

Sammy 10:20 am 05 Sep 10

Cool video, but you missed a great opportunity to lay some “highway to the danger zone” over the top of it.

nhand42 10:09 am 05 Sep 10

Very nice. What’s the weight incl. battery?

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