- Warning: Not suitable for children under 8 years. For use under adult supervision
- Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult
Silverlit X-Twin Jet 2-Channel Radio Control Aeroplane (Colour and Frequency Varies)
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- The Silverlit X-Twin Jet is a 2-channel ready-to-fly radio controlled aeroplane, suitable for operation outdoors
- Featuring a pair of powerful miniature electric motors, and steered using differential thrust, by driving one propeller faster than the other
- Incorporates a lightweight lithium polymer battery for long flights, and fast recharging direct from the transmitter
- As colour and frequency varies, we are unable to guarantee which colour product or radio control band you will receive
- Requires 6 x AA alkaline batteries (not included)
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Fantastic fun to fly at full speed, and featuring excellent low speed handling characteristics too, Silverlit’s colourful X-Twin Jet has become a popular choice for both newcomers, and experienced modellers alike. This futuristic jet is remarkably robust, virtually moulded out of one piece of tough plastic, whilst providing the best possible strength to weight ratio, for developing your flying skills in the sky. The attractive X-Twin Jet gift box includes a fully assembled aeroplane supplied ready-to-fly, complete with a pre-installed 2-channel digital proportional radio control system, and an informative flight manual. Suitable for both beginners and enthusiasts, steer the model using differential thrust by simply moving the transmitter joy stick left or right, whilst operating the throttle to climb or descend. Easy to fly outdoors in calm conditions, and made of lightweight flexible foam to withstand the occasional heavy landing. The X-Twin Jet incorporates a powerful lithium polymer battery and will fly for up to ten minutes, whilst recharging direct from the transmitter in less than half an hour. The X-Twin aeroplanes are available on 27MHz bands A, B or C, to allow up to three different Silverlit models to be flown together. As colour and frequency varies, we are unable to guarantee which colour product or radio control band you will receive. Requires 6 x AA alkaline batteries (not included).
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Top Customer Reviews
It does fly away with a wind so be aware :-) I had to use ladder few times already. Little tip here: when you attach something to weight down the nose (piece of wood) it is much easier to controll outdoor.
It seems to be rain resistant.
Indoor.. well.. you would need a 50 by 50 foot room to make full turn.
Battery last long time but the 15-20 minutes charging... (15 minutes flying) well why not to buy two of them or as a second - helicopter!
Have fun, you definetly will!
On the maiden voyage it flew up then down to crash, on the 2nd go it flew amazingly then I flew it out of range and it crashed, on the 3rd go it flew greatly and I glided it down, but on the 4th go when I was just getting used to it, it went too fast, it went very far away and luckily by the skin on my teeth a wind blew it into some nice peoples garden and it was found in about an hour and a half. I am going to learn from my mistakes and fly it in a BIGGER FIELD! but when you buy your first plane you are prone to crashing it and it think that it wasn't the planes fault for crashing and it was mine. But over all it is a fantastic starter plane and I am going to enjoy it very much.
HIGHLY RECOMENDED !
Saturday 27th October 2012
After a half a year of flying it gave up unexpectedly, the engines failed and could not take the wieght of the plane and landed quickly,(they did go though). it was in the loft for a long time and when we found it the wing had broken making it unflyable. So I ripped out the engines and put them on a balsa plane instead-this should fly well! Now I think it was way overpriced for what it was!-GO TO A MODEL SHOP!
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