By continuing to use this site, you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more

Product Reviews

This section is where you can leave your own reviews of the models, radio gear and equipment you've been using. Say what you think and help others make informed purchasing decisions. Just click on the relevant product area and then select the item you'd like to review from the full list. Can't find the item you'd like to review? Simply email david.ashby@mytimemedia.com

Categories

 

Latest Reviews

SebArt Angel S 50e

Manufacturer: SebArt

Find more products by SebArt

Average Rating
No. of Reviews3
RRPN/A

Nigel Armstrong wrote on 20/06/2017:
SUPERB F3A STYLE MODEL
Strengths: An easy to build and set up model. It does not require expensive motor or servos to get top level performance
Weaknesses: Keep an eye on the undercarriage mounting if flying off rough grass. Other than that its spot on!!
Overall: A great sport or entry level F3A model.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

Ripmax Acro Wot Foam-E

Manufacturer: Ripmax

Find more products by Ripmax

Average Rating
No. of Reviews8
RRPN/A

David Holland 2 wrote on 03/06/2017:
MY FAVOURITE MODEL
Strengths: Great performance straight out of the box. Will handle a bit of wind. Does anything I am capable of (and a great deat more!)
Weaknesses: Yet to find any.
Overall: I'm on my second one, dumb thumbs did for the first after literally hundreds of flights. It's the model I take every time I go flying. Could almost be a trainer with the rates turned down. I love it.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

Akrostar

Manufacturer: Cambrian Model Co.

Find more products by Cambrian Model Co.

Average Rating
No. of Reviews1
RRPN/A

Tony H wrote on 25/04/2017:
GREAT KIT! JUST NEEDS A FEW TWEAKS
Strengths: 1. Good quality wood in kit, well produced parts 2. Quick to build 3. Full Plan 4. All Hardware provided to finish the Airframe 5. Well thought out design. 6. Nice looking Semi Scale plane 7. Very Aerobatic
Weaknesses: 1.Wire undercarriage but can be easily changed to Dural Alluminum (like Photo) 2. Fixed Tailwheel (can be modified to steerable) 3. ABS not Fibreglass Cowl 4. Single Servo for Ailerons (can be modified) 5. Has a tendancy to drop a wing in banked turns if going too slow and could easily tip stall)
Overall: I was very impressed with the quality of the kit, all the wood is well chosen with nicely produced foam core wings, full instructions, plan and a decent selection of hardware. I modified the kit to include two Alieron servos instead of one and I added a steerable tailwheel and Dural alumimium U/C as I believe the kit parts are out dated now. The plane flys well with my Saito F72b (or use a .46 2 stroke) I wouldn't want to use a smaller engine. The plane can drop a wing if you go too slowly in banked turns and could tip stall, however it is a very capable aerobatic plane. Good News! I have been in contact with the maufacturer who tells me he is considering incorporating washout in the wings to eliminate the possible tip stall issue and possibly some of my other suggestions. All in all a very good kit and an enjoyable well thought out design/build
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
60%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

WOT 4 Foam-E Mk.2

Manufacturer: Ripmax

Find more products by Ripmax

Average Rating
No. of Reviews15
RRPN/A

Nightflyer 2013 wrote on 23/03/2017:
GREAT FUN MODEL
Strengths: The model flies really well and can be slow and steady and yet can be a fun aerobat. Like how easily the model went together, and easy access to battery pack.
Weaknesses: Pure fiction if you expect to complete the model in 30 minutes! An hour or two is more realistic. I had been told beforehand by three other Wot 4 owners that I would need to use some up elevator trim for it to fly right - AND they were right. Everything else needed no other trim adjustment.
Overall: Other than highlighted this model is a delight to fly. Do not be tempted to put higher capacity heavier cells as if standard 2200's need up trim, larger will need even more.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

Email News - Join our newsletter

Love Model Aircraft? Sign up to our emails for the latest news and special offers!

Latest Forum Posts
Support Our Partners
Gliders Distribution
Skip Model April
TJD Models
SHREK
Overlander
CML
Advertise With Us
Latest "For Sale" Ads
How many plan-built models have you made or started in the last year?
Q: How many plan-built models have you made or started in the last year?

 0
 1
 2
 3
 4
 5
 5 to 10
 10+
 15+
 20+

Latest Reviews
Digital Back Issues

RCM&E Digital Back Issues

Contact us

Contact us