Blade Inductrix FPV
Easy to fly (even in small spaces!) and equipped with a micro FPV system
and 4.3-inch external monitor, this little drone makes first-person flight
ideal for beginners. It features four electric ducted-fan rotors for smooth,
quiet performance, and its durable rotor housings prevent damage when
it inevitably bumps into a wall or falls into the grass. SAFE technology with
self-leveling makes flying easy, and its LED orientation lights are the icing
on the cake. The Bind-N-Fly version is $99.99; the ready-to-fly is $199.99.
Features like 250-model memory, built-in telemetry, wireless
trainer link, and programming for planes, helicopters, sailplanes,
and multirotors make this new transmitter a steal for $149.99, or
you can add an AR610 receiver to it for $179.99. The DX6e has a
patent-pending gimbal design with a spring configuration switch
and cross-platform sharing with other Spektrum radios.
Hitec X1 Nano
Plug it in and charge! With a
charge circuit power of 50 watts,
this mini charging unit is
easy to operate, compact,
and efficient. Select your
battery type, and choose
from four charge current
settings with the press
of a button. LED indicators
show the charge status
of your battery and make
operation a breeze. The
X1 Nano costs $29.99.
FMS Razorback P- 47
This 59-inch-span foam warbird has a ton of scale detail, including electric retracts, scaled control
surfaces, landing gear covers, cockpit interior, and gun turrets. It comes with a powerful brushless
power system and digital, metal-gear servos installed, and its waterbased paint scheme is designed to
protect the foam parts. “Bonnie” is a great addition to any scale modeler’s hangar and costs $359.99.