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  • 06/11/2015

    Nice toy old style , good material, simple to assembling, children happy , good pakage, good shipping time

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  • 27/10/2020

    I took this kit and an old E010 quad to make a RC model, or at least I attempted to. I assembled the kit easily. The kit's plastic (polypropylene?) parts are ingenious and the frame assembled easily in perhaps 15 minutes with most of the time spent studying the instruction and understanding how it all comes together. I think fixing the film with double sided tape is a bit fiddly, I just have no confidence. I sprinkled a few drops of water on the pretty side of the film so it can lie flat on the table before applying the double-sided tape. The central keel was tacked first, followed by one of the leading edges. The plastic strip to hold up the film is ingenious, but I didn't get a good fit on either of them, I understand that this cannot be considered a fault of the supplied kit, it's just slight variation with each builder's assembly, i.e. how much you curl the film over the leading edges. I have not used the propeller and rubber strip. They are good as spares and future projects. Maybe I can use the rubber strip for some indoor type rubber powered plane. Overall, this is good value! Especially when I didn't find local supply of rubber strips. The balance point of this parasol is slightly behind the central post where the span-wise spar is at. I positioned the modified E010 radio and motor parts on the stick fuselage for a good glide. My test glides skewed to one side. I tried sliding the centre spar to the low side (inside of the curve) until I noticed that it was a bit much, then I curled the film more around the leading edge that is on the low side. This way I achieved a straight ahead glide. All in, an interesting and enjoyable little project that didn't take up too much time or expenditure. You may be disappointed to know that I haven't flown it yet under RC control. Photo shown is only a temporary arrangement, I haven't taped the landing gear and the E010 parts. I intend to test fly it next month when an indoor venue is available.

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