|pete taylor||14/08/2013 23:03:59|
348 forum posts
|Forgive me if this is a repeat question, but does anyone know who imports RC Lander models into the UK these days? |
Edited By pete taylor on 14/08/2013 23:05:00
|Ade Eades (Eadsie)||16/08/2013 07:45:42|
108 forum posts
can't help sorry,
|David Ashby - Moderator||16/08/2013 07:55:57|
10930 forum posts
It was Overlander Pete so a call to them might help, especially if you're after spares etc. As far as I'm aware it's nobody at the moment though.
|Tony Read||18/08/2013 17:26:15|
|404 forum posts|
Try Hobbyking - they seem to have Lander 'clones'.
|Martin Harris||18/08/2013 20:50:33|
9018 forum posts
Not necessarily clones...
My Hobbyking Hunter came in a RC Lander box complete with their instructions although the Hobbyking version was pre-built and pre-populated with the radio and fan unit (the less said about that the better!)
Suffice it to say that the replacement fan unit (which coincidentally I tried for the first time today most successfully) came in Lander branded packaging.
Edited By Martin Harris on 18/08/2013 20:51:04
|Pete B - Moderator||18/08/2013 22:03:08|
7608 forum posts
There's a page of EDF bits at BRC Hobbies
66 forum posts
At the moment there is no UK dealer. A real shame as the Lander EDFs are still the best in that size range in my opinion. I have the Couger and a full house F16. A mate of mine was recently (last week) looking for spares after a heavy arrival, for his Panther. (From HK, and yes, it is genuine Lander) He contacted Lander directly through Tim Wan, the owner of Lander, and he said, as there are no UK dealers, he could send parts directly from the factory. How good is that!? And postage was very resonable. Hope this helps.
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