Staufenbield Red Bull L-13 Blanik PNP

Staufenbield Red Bull L-13 Blanik PNP

Brand: Staufenbiel

Part Number: HSF0314291

£83.99 Web Price RRP £99.99

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Soaring like a pro - with the semi scale version of the L-13 Blanik glider from the Flying Bulls. The Red Bull L-13 Blanik is semi scale miniature version of the famous Red Bull Blanik team, known for their spectacular stunts and synchronous formation flying. The design of the model aimed at very good soaring performance and a wide range of speeds to either take advantage of small thermals or switch quickly from one thermal to another. The handling and flying characteristic are very easy. The model looks great in the air and offers lots of fun at a very affordable price. It is made from high-density foam, is pre build and comes with a power system in case the weather does not offer soaring conditions.

Staufenbield Red Bull L-13 Blanik PNP Features:

  • Semi scale replication of the Flying Bulls L-13 Blanik
  • Light high density EPO construction
  • Fully painted and decorated Outrunner motor and 4 servos (all pre installed)
  • Programmable Bl ESC included
  • Spinner with folding prop included
  • Power system designed for 2S 7.4V energy source
  • Ready to fly within a very short time
  • Brand: Staufenbiel
  • Part No: HSF0314291
  • Power: Electric
  • Flying Style: Gliders
  • Assembly Level: PNP (Plug n Play)

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Do you get a controller with it.
Asked by Seth on 5th November 2016

No, this is PNP, so requires transmitter, receiver and battery to operate.

You may be better looking for an RTF (Ready to Fly) model as these include transmitters.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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