I can't think of a better model for dads/mums and sons/daughters to assemble together but here's the thing - there just has to be some scope for enthusiasts who want to transfer the running-gear into models that cut more of a dash than the profile airframe.
Not that there's anything wrong with the biplane we've tested which has flown superbly without tweaks or adjustment - better than an X-twin and with the 27MHz frequency providing full control within a small sports hall - we've been very very impressed.
The range is priced between £25 and £40 and available from Flying Toys Ltd via all good model shops. Click here to visit the Flying Toys website for more information.
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