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Sonik Ranger 600 RTF Glider with Stabiliser (SNKV761-2)

SKU: 403341
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Availability: In stock

Regular Price: £76.99

Special Price: £69.95

Product Description


The heavier they are the harder they fall! Its a fact, and with this in mind the light and versatile SonikRC Ranger 600 makes perfect sense for anyone seeking a low cost, low commitment introduction to R/C model flying.

Your hobby budget will rarely return this much fun and performance for such a small investment, not to mention a level of sophistication that'll have you wondering how we do it. So what's the key to the Ranger 600's success? Well, let's start with the light and resilient carbon-braced EPO airframe, the high-lift wing section and the powerful brushed / direct drive motor. Crucial features that are joined by a rock-solid 2.4GHz 3-channel proportional radio system, turbulence-beating state-of-the-art 6-axis gyro stabilization and a long-duration 300mAh LiPo that gives 8 to 10 minute flights.

Wrap it all in a striking colour scheme and what you get is a good-looking all-season sportster that's not only perfect for flying indoors and out, but also suits wind conditions that see similar aircraft grounded. Beginners will love its simplicity, durability and forgiving flight characteristics. Experts will delight in its versatility and grab-n-go convenience.

* 600mm (23in) span - perfect for the park
* On-board gyro-stabilisation to cope with breezy conditions
* 3-channel control - throttle, rudder and elevator
* USB battery charging for flying field convenience
* Tough, crash-resistant airframe made from durable EPO foam

What's in the Box
* Ranger 600 park flyer
* 2.4GHz transmitter
* USB charger
* 300mAh 1S LiPo with a micro connector
* Spare propeller
* Instruction manual

Additional Information

Additional Information

SKU 403341
Weight 2000.0000


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