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E-Flite Carbon-Z Cessna 150 2.1m BNF BasicA-EFL1450

E-Flite Carbon-Z Cessna 150 2.1m BNF BasicA-EFL1450£439.99   £395.00

Enjoying a giant-scale flying experience is easier than you might think with the Carbon-Z® Cessna 150. This Bind-N-Fly® Basic version includes a brushless power system and comes with the servos and a Spektrum™ AS3X receiver with optional SAFE® Select technology installed.

E Flite Convergence VTOL - BNF Basic

E Flite Convergence VTOL - BNF Basic£299.99   £269.00

VTOL (Vertical Takeoff and Landing) RC models are usually a mixed bag when it comes to performance. If they are stable, their speed and agility is often lackluster. If they are nimble, pilots have to work harder to transition between hovering and airplane flight.

E-Flite Ultimate 2 BNF Basic

E-Flite Ultimate 2 BNF Basic£299.99   £269.00

While the Ultimate biplane made a historic impression with the full-scale community, the RC aerobatic crowd turned the aerobatic sensation into a blockbuster.

E Flite Spitfire Mk XIV 1.2M BNF Basic

E Flite Spitfire Mk XIV 1.2M BNF Basic£279.99   £251.00

The new E-flite® Spitfire Mk XIV 1.2m has been developed to deliver great warbird performance and agility in addition to the distinctive elegance only possible with a Spitfire.

E-Flite Brave Night Flyer BNF Basic

E-Flite Brave Night Flyer BNF Basic£239.99   £215.00

The E-flite® Pawnee Brave Night Flyer is a scale park flyer for the intermediate pilot who wants a nimble airplane that can be flown practically any time of day.

Eflite UMX P-47 BL BNF Basic

Eflite UMX P-47 BL BNF Basic£129.99   £116.00

The P-47 was built to give the pilot the most power possible. Nothing is more evident to this point than the shape of its fuselage which was designed around a revolutionary supercharger which gave the eighteen-cylinder radial engine its full-rated horsepower even at 30,000 feet.

Eflite UMX PT-17 with AS3X BNF

Eflite UMX PT-17 with AS3X BNF£99.99   £89.00

An American Aviation Treasure. Built by the thousands to train pilots for the U.S. Army during WWII, hundreds of the PT-17 biplanes still fly. Many served as crop dusters and were given radial engines that doubled their horsepower.

  

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