• Posted on January 2nd, 2011 by Kurt Gornek
    THUNDER TIGER® UNVEILS THE ULTIMATE 50-CLASS eCCPM HELICOPTER – THE TITAN X50B With unprecedented main rotor engineering among its many impressive features, the Thunder Tiger Titan X50 nitro helicopter stretches 3D performance to thrilling new extremes. Available with or without...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
      HIGHEST CAPACITY Tx BATTERIES YET!   Designed for transmitters that use an 8-cell rechargeable battery, the HydriMax Ultra NiMH 9.6V 2000mAh Tx Packs are designed to give flyers a much longer run time with their transmitters in between charges,...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    ELECTRIC OR GLOW POWER ““ THE THRILL IS THE SAME! While true-scale warbirds might require a fine touch, the Great Planes® Sport Scale Mustang just wants to get out and fly – and it flies just as well with a...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    TWO NEW HIGH-PERFORMANCE S.BUS SERVOS Futaba expands its lineup of high-performance S.Bus servos! In models equipped with the S.Bus System, they can be programmed to respond exactly as needed for the tasks and applications you assign to them. That makes...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    SMALL SCALE CONVENIENCE ““ LARGE SCALE PERFORMANCE!   ElectriFly® has captured the unique look of the aerobatic champion Yak-55M in a 51″ wingspan electric ARF!  There aren’t very many models based on the Yak-55M, so pilots will stand out at...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Hitec is proud to announce the introduction of our telemetry voice announcing system, the HTS-Voice. Keep your eye on the sky and listen to what your model has to say. We are expanding the world of telemetry by introducing the...
  • Posted on December 19th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Hitec is proud to announce our new telemetry item, the HTS-Navi. Our new HTS-Navi takes our telemetry system to the next level of convenience and functionality.  This USB telemetry receiver lets you wirelessly download and display essential telemetry information on...
  • Posted on December 2nd, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    FlyZone pulls out all the stops with the new Albatros Micro. Amazing scale detail and a great paint job sets expectations high for flight performance, let’s see how the Albatros scored… Intro and Flight Footage 5X5 Review Scoring   Summary...
  • Posted on October 12th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    FlyZone pulls out all the stops with the new Albatros Micro. Amazing scale detail and a great paint job sets expectations high for flight performance, let’s see how the Albatros scored… Intro and Flight Footage 5X5 Review Scoring   Rob’s...
  • Posted on October 8th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    The classic lines of a Cub are not lost in this foam creation by FlyZone. Scale landing gear, wing struts, and wheel pants are just a few of the surprising details offered in an EPO foam model. We’ll see how...
  • Posted on September 29th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    The Novus 125CP takes some bold steps in Micro CP flight. Triple axis gyro stability and a torque tube driven tail are just a couple features that make it stand out, but how does it handle? Watch and see… Intro...
  • Posted on September 26th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Conventional designs just took a back seat with the release of the FlyZone Switch. Start off in high wing while you sharpen your chops, then move into mid-wing configuration to move into more aggressive aerobatics. See how the Switch held...
  • Posted on September 6th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
      No matter which type of battery you use now, one thing is true: LiFeSource has the power to change the way you think about batteries forever. A LiFeSource LiFe battery not only offers you more power and capacity in...
  • Posted on August 30th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Take everything you know about micros, and toss it out the window. The Novus 125FP set a new standard in construction, precision, and features in a tiny package. Watch our review of this mini “Titan” of flight, watch it fly...
  • Posted on August 26th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    The steadfast SkyFly just got an upgrade: The SkyFly Max. With a flat, semi-symmetrical wing, a more aggressive motor, ailerons, and swept wingtips, the new SkyFly Max will most certainly be a different experience from it’s predecessor.   Intro and...
  • Posted on August 20th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Trainers come in all shapes and sizes, and with the introduction of large indoor slow-flyers, things just got a little easier. The FlyLite RxR promises to be a nimble indoor foamy that can be flown outdoors in a gentle breeze....
  • Posted on August 12th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Who doesn’t get a little excited when they fly a scale heli? Heli-Max seems to know just what will peak our interest by sliding the UH-1D Huey in our favorite hobby shop. Will function meet form? Watch the review and...
  • Posted on August 2nd, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Affordable, single rotor beginner helis are really far and few between. Revell has thrown it’s hat in the ring with the introduction of the Revell Proto Max. We’ll see if the value holds up to the price in our thorough...
  • Posted on July 24th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Being born under the shadow of it’s big brother, the Mini NexStar EP has a big task ahead of it. We reviewed the Mini NexStar to see if it could really fill that little electric trainer shoe that makes do-it-yourself...
  • Posted on July 18th, 2010 by Kurt Gornek
    Good looks will only get you so far, especially considering they only last until the first crash! 2 Brothers takes a close look at ElectriFly’s new Cirrus SR22 Turbo to see what’s really under the hood. Intro and Flight Footage...