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Manufact: LogicRc

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The Micro Calypso is the ideal model with which to learn glider flying. This model has well balanced flight characteristics featuring light but strong AeroCell construction gives the model the stability to stand up to the usual everyday bumps. On the other hand, the models extremely light weight does not make it prone to damage should you lose control.
Small dimensions and good transportability make the Micro Calypso an ideal travelling companion! Enjoy many relaxing flights with the Micro Calypso It takes less than 5 minutes to get the model ready and enjoy extended flights! When you cut off the motor, the propeller blades fold flat against the fuselage to give excellent gliding.

Features:
* Easy-to-fly electric glider with excellent flight characteristics
* Less than 5 minutes assembly time thanks to low number of components
* Light but sturdy AeroCell construction
* Low-drag ready-fitted folding airscrew enhances gliding performance
* The wing fixing is secure and fast-fitting, and can be just as quickly removed from the fuselage, simplifying transport
* The flight battery can be charged directly on the transmitter, eliminating the need for an additional charger
* The transmitter can simply be changed from mode 2 to mode 1 without the need for complicated rebuilding
* Easily understandable assembly and operating instructions with
   valuable operating tips

Specifications:
* Wingspan: 630mm
* Length: 485mm
* Wing Area: 4.27 dm²
* Weight RTF: 54g
* Wing Loading: 12.65 g/dm²
* RC functions:Motor, rudder, elevator

Includes
* Fully assembled model
* 2.4GHz SLT RC-system with integral flight battery charger
* 200mAh LiPo battery for long flight time
* AA transmitter batteries
* Comprehensive building and operating instructions

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 403031
Weight 2000.0000

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