Seagull 40 low-wing trainer

Brand: Seagull Models

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
2
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
4
Value for money:
4

READER REVIEWS
Paul Marsh  |  Jul 13, 2014

Strengths:
Easy to fly, very strong, can fly in any conditions, responsive, but also smooth. . . .
Weaknesses:
Poor covering. Looks great, but soon gets damaged and unable to repair the sticky back film. . .
Overall:
One of my favourite hacks. Has a TT54 four stroke and is ideal. Does all aerobatics, very strong, even pushing the envelope, nothing has moved or caused concern. .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
0
Build quality:
4
Flight performance:
5
Value for money:
5
Alistair Aardvark  |  Jun 24, 2014

Strengths:
Ease of assembly. Flies well, very fast, on full throws is very nimble. . .
Weaknesses:
Covering material, multicoloured brittle and self adhesive. Very easy to puncture and so difficult to patch. I recovered mine after a year of flying - easily done. .
Overall:
A good intermediate trainer, good to practice new skills with. Put a cheap 40 in and care only a little about damaging it. . .

Overall:
3
Ease of assembly:
3
Build quality:
3
Flight performance:
3
Value for money:
4
Oldbaldfella  |  Jul 25, 2012

Strengths:
Good quality product, easy to put together, flies lovely, excellent low wing trainer. . . .
Weaknesses:
I did have a slight problem with some of the covering on an aileron lifting but apart from that nothing. . . .
Overall:
A must after you are ready to move on to your first low winger. . . .

Overall:
4
Ease of assembly:
4
Build quality:
4
Flight performance:
5
Value for money:
4
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