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  • 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 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...