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Flying Model Gliders RC Plane 2.4G 2CH Predator Z51 Remote Control RC Airplane Wingspan Foam Hand Throwing Glider Toy Planes

Regular price $99.95 AUD
Regular price $149.95 AUD Sale price $99.95 AUD
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SPECIFICATIONS

Type: Airplane

State of Assembly: Ready-to-Go

Remote Distance: about 150m

Remote Control: No

Recommend Age: 12+y,18+

Power Source: Electric

Plugs Type: USB

Package Includes: Original Box,Batteries,Operating Instructions,Charger,Remote Controller,USB Cable

Origin: Mainland China

Operator Skill Level: Beginner

Model Number: Z51

Material: Plastic,FOAM

Indoor/Outdoor Use: Indoor-Outdoor

Flight Time: about 20mins

Features: Other,Auto Return,Follow Me,GPS,Integrated Camera,Wi-Fi

Controller Mode: MODE2

Controller Battery: USB Charging Cable

Control Channels: 2 Channels

Charging Voltage: 3.7V

Charging Time: about 60mins

Certification: 3C

Camera Mount Type: Other

Barcode: Yes

Aerial Photography: No

3C: Certificate


Specification:

  • Weight: Foam box-500g / Original box-700g
  • Product size: 43*66*13cm
  • Battery capacity: 3.7V 450mah Lithium battery
  • Charging time: approx 60 minutes
  • Flight time: approx 20 minutes
  • Remote control distance: about 150 meters
  • Remote control battery: 4pcs AA (package not included)
  • Flight restrictions: below 200 meters altitude


Package including:

  • USB cable*1
  • Wind blade*2
  • Manual*1
  • Remote control*1
  • Screwdriver*1


Function:

  • 2 channels, LED lights, low power protection, built-in gyroscope.
  • Rise, drop, move forward, turn left, turn right.
  • Ground takes off:Select a open place which about 5-10 meters long, reverse the wind, gradually plush the throttle to the maximum, the aircraft will take off automatically after some distance. If the plane is going sideways, adjust the remote control slightly left or right.
  • Handthrow takes off:Hold the middle part of the glider with your hand, push the throttle, and throw the plane back in the air in a parallel direction. Remember not to tilt the airplane.