|pete taylor||08/06/2014 19:00:50|
348 forum posts
Has anyone heard any whispers about when exactly the new Spektrum DX6 will be made available here in the UK?
|Old Geezer||08/06/2014 21:20:28|
|660 forum posts|
Meant to be in the UK this month. Kings Lynn models is taking pre-orders ( mine included! ).
|Pete B - Moderator||08/06/2014 21:31:01|
7616 forum posts
It seems as if it's only just becoming available in the US according to the RCG thread, Pete. Listed with Staufenbiel but shown OOS, so I reckon it'll be a few weeks yet...
An email to HHUK?
|adrian lawrence 1||09/06/2014 22:00:36|
164 forum posts
End of the month/early July according to Steve Webbs. I called them today and they have taken my number and will call me when in stock.
|adrian lawrence 1||14/06/2014 20:38:06|
164 forum posts
Have had a call from Steve Webb's, the DX6,s will bewith them Monday.
|Jim Purcha||15/06/2014 02:34:27|
146 forum posts
These radio is just showed up at the hobby shops here in Canada. Looks nice. Almost want to sell my 7s to trade up to the new 6 channel. 250 airplane storage. Really. I would need another life time to fill that transmitter.
|Phil 9||15/06/2014 09:01:04|
4287 forum posts
I have been looking at this Tx but I don't think I will buy.
Looks very nice but the extra features I don't really suit me. wireless trainer and 250 model memory I just don't need. The voice and telemetry are nice features but I just think 6 channels will not be enough for me.
My dilemma is I already own a Futaba 8FG (14 channels) that is a great Tx but does not offer telemetry and is not compatible with any of the new BnF out there. I could either sell my futaba and buy a DX9 and convert all my models to Spectrum. Or buy a DX6/DX6i just for smaller BnF models and keep my futaba for the larger stuff
|123 forum posts|
Taranis is an interesting option to consider
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