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Multiplex EasyStar 2

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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Christopher Topping wrote on 01/02/2017:
GOOD FIRST TRAINER
Strengths: Kit quality is excellent as with all Multiplex. Easy build. Very easy to fly as a 4 channel. My son (10) is starting out on it and is settling in well. Predictable, handles a little breeze well. Stall is gentle and forgiving.
Weaknesses: Not cheap but it is good quality. Make sure you get servos that fit the servo holders as not all do. Probably a model that you will grow out of quickly once you advance beyond the novice stage as it is very stable.
Overall: You cannot beat a pusher for training on. It takes the inevitable prangs. Not cheap but you do get a very well manufactured model. Better than E-flite which is nowhere near bad.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
60%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

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