||I have been having a
lot of fun flying this RC EasyStar airplane. For a pretty minimal
investment, it is a surprising amount of fun. Once you have mastered
the basics, it is really fun to set up a box at a grassy place as a
landing box and try your luck at precision landings. Its more
difficult than it looks.
|Here is the link which convinced me that the
EasyStar was the airplane for me
|Where I bought my EasyStar: When I bought
mine, they had a special $30 dollars off so I paid $236.98 for mine. I
think they are still a good deal for $30 more.
|This site is the EasyStar fan page, lots of
good information here:
|This link is an EasyStar being assembled by
a father and daughter. Lots of pictures and a good write-up.
|This is NOT a 3 axes airplane. The controls
you use are the elevators for up and down (pitch) and the rudder for
turning (yaw). This means that the airplane kind of slog's through the
air when compared to a 3 axes plane but after all it a trainer. For me,
I don't expect to progress much further because this plane is such a lot