Seagull Christen Eagle (75-91) (SEA-104)

Seagull Christen Eagle (75-91) (SEA-104)

Brand: Seagull

Part Number: 5500060

£249.00 Web Price RRP £329.99

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The classic aerobatic bipe alternative has never been more lovingly rendered than in Seagull's meticulously crafted, Oracovered and laser-cut masterpiece. The sinuous curves are captured perfectly with crisp elegance, even the laser-cut fuselage stringers are scalloped between bulkheads for better strength/lighter weight. Choice and selection of materials is exemplary too as is the slippery aerobatic profile of the beautifully finished balsa wings with their strong aluminium tube wing joiners, sheeted D box leading edge and painstakingly applied Oracovertrim colour scheme. Like all Seagull cowlings, this is beautifully made from light weight glass cloth, spray painted and finishedÑas always, with a crystal clear fuel-proof lacquer.


Seagull Christen Eagle (75-91) (SEA-104) Features:

  • Approx flying weight - 7.7lb (4.2kg)
  • Electric conversion kit included FREE!
  • Factory covered with Oracover
  • Flying skill level - Intermediate/Advanced
  • Length - 46.3ins (117.7cm)
  • Servos - 6 channels with 6 servos
  • Suits - 75-91 2-stroke. (90-120 4-Stroke)
  • Wingspan - 53.9ins (137cm) Wing area - 470.6sq.ins (
  • Brand: Seagull
  • Part No: 5500060
  • Assembly Level: ARTF (Almost RTF)
  • Power:
    • Electric
    • Nitro
    • Petrol
  • Flying Style:
    • Scale
    • Sport

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Good morning, I am interested in the Seagull Christen Eagle (75-91) (SEA-104). Can you advise if the wings are easily detachable for transporting please.
Asked by Martin Barltrop on 21st September 2018

Yes they do, top and bottom come off but they are 1pc each.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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