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Smartphone Controlled Plane

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Posted on: April 15, 2015
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• Flies indoors or outdoors

• Gorgeous flying app with stunning airplane cockpit look-and-feel

• Bottom half: slide up/down to control engine speed

• Top half: artificial horizon that responds to tilt

• Gauge dials: battery level, signal strength, engine power

• Crashproof body

• Fun features: ATC sounds, compass direction

• Fully proportional rudder

• 180-ft. range

• Built-in gyroscope for stable flying

• Catch the wind just right and you can soar without propeller power for up to 30 minutes

• Works best with smartphones

• The following Apple devices are fully supported: iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPod touch 5th gen. or newer

• Compatible with most Android smartphones running version 4.3 or newer

• Also compatible with select tablets, including iPad 3rd gen and newer, iPad mini and iPad air

• Li-Po battery

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Product Features

  • Flies indoors or outdoors
  • Gorgeous flying app with stunning airplane cockpit look-and-feel
  • Bottom half: slide up/down to control engine speed
  • Top half: artificial horizon that responds to tilt

comments

  • Laurens Laudowicz "laudowicz"
    Posted on April 15, 2015 at 8:21 AM
    hence much more fun. Gives you a good lessons of what it ... Bought this as a gift for my son. But ended up using it myself more then anything. It's rather futuristic looking. While it was a bit harder to control at first then my little helicopter, its also much faster, hence much more fun. Gives you a good lessons of what it means to fly a plane, even if its just a small model one. Set up was pretty easy and it synced right away. Not sure why others seemed to have problems with it. Mine was easy. Now I just have to let my son use it too :-)
  • D. Bowen "WebSite Checker"
    Posted on April 15, 2015 at 8:36 AM
    This plane is worth about $20. The first time ... This plane is worth about $20. The first time it hit the wall in my house the motor stopped working. Its not made well at all and looks very cheap. Hard to fly and probably manufactured for a few dollars.
  • karl88 "karl88"
    Posted on April 15, 2015 at 8:44 AM
    Fun right out of the box! I bought this plane as a quick way to try flying RC planes. it's RTF (Ready To Fly), USB charged, with an app on my iPhone to control it. i fly it in the gym at a school. i crashed it many times getting the hang of it, with no visible damage to the plane. took maybe 4 charged flights until i could fly around the space for longer than 2 minutes without bumping into a wall. it's important to develop the habit of pulling the throttle back to zero the instant you know you are going to crash -...
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