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Small IC Model for First Build (Webit?)

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Scruffmeister27/02/2013 16:26:23
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I want a simple, small IC model with pre-cut parts that I can practice my building skills on. The Webit looked perfect until I found it was out of production. Any other similar models out there you can recommend?

Probably I am a bit late to the party (!) but does anyone have a Webit kit they would be interested in selling so I can follow the 2011 build blogs!?

Codename-John27/02/2013 17:10:07
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Slec funfly, easy build and great flyer, theres a build blog on here somewhere too if you do a search

Dean27/02/2013 17:19:04
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Hi Scruffmeister

How about a bowman Spatman looks sort of similar to the webit onlt £40 to, but it has foam wings so not ideal if you want to practise building.

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kevin b27/02/2013 17:21:18
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How about this one ?

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Scruffmeister27/02/2013 20:19:21
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All good ideas chaps, thanks! Any others? Definitley favour something maybe around a .25 sized engine.

Nev27/02/2013 22:49:39
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I have a webit, would recommend it if you can find one. But have been looking for a replacement. Have just had delivered the plan and CNC kit for the Mini Jazz. Only had a quick look so far but looks like a straight forward build,worth a look.

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