Ares Tiger Moth 75 Nano-Micro Review

Ares Tiger Moth
The latest fixed-wing offering from Ares RC is the mighty little Tiger Moth 75 semi-scale biplane. This itty-bitty 3-channel Nano-Micro has some pretty cool innovations, including the ability to field strip it due to the clever use of rare-earth magnets. Sit back and watch the full review of the Tiger Moth 75 and see if this is the right choice for your hangar…

Intro and Flight Footage
5X5 Review Scoring


Ares RC is distributed exclusively by Hobby Town USA,

5X5 Review Scoring

Model Characteristics

Build as Advertised:

Build Instructions and Advertised Difficulty...
5 / 5


Covering, Paint, Plastic and Decals...
4 / 5


Specified Powerplant Performance...
4 / 5

Ground Handling:

Landing Gear, Floats, and Hovering...
4.5 / 5


Model Impact and Transportation Durability...
4.5 / 5

Pilot Experience

Flight as Advertised:

Flight Experience As Compared To Marketing
4 / 5

Flight Time:

Flight Duration Of Recommended Powerplant
4 / 5

Field Size:

2 Brothers Flying Site Recommendation


How Easily The Model Transports Without Damage
4 / 5

Skill Level:

2 Brothers Recommended Skill Level
Beginner - Interm.

Model Specifications

Wing Span:

11.4 in (290mm)


0.5 oz (14 g)


10.8 in (275mm)

Motor Design:

Coreless Brushed DC

Volt Range:

1S LiPo (3.7VDC)


EPP Foam

Radio Channels:


Included Radio System:

3-channel 2.4GHz radio system with integrated LiPo charger

Included Battery:

50mAh 1S 3.7V LiPo

Street Price:

$79.99 USD

Special Features:

Magnetic Bottom Wing
Magnetic Landing Gear
Magnetic Interplane Struts
Magnetic Cowl (1/2)

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