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Multiplex Easyglider Pro

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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Average Rating
No. of Reviews6
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Andy Dockerill wrote on 26/08/2010:
GREAT FIRST GLIDER
Strengths: Very well made mouldings that fit together well. Looks good when complete and easy to fly with aileron experience . Flys well under power or with prop removed on the slope or thermaling .
Weaknesses: Battery position is deep inside fus but this is easily sorted by constructing a plastic tray to fit battery to and slide this down fuse.
Overall: Good value for money . Three planes in one!
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

Robert Ayres wrote on 16/05/2010:
EASY TO FLY
Strengths: Easy build, good instructions, detatchable wings, perfect to learn on the slope.
Weaknesses: None
Overall: Excellent, Easy to build and fly.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

Frank Stevens wrote on 29/03/2010:
DOES EXACTLY WHAT IT SAYS ON THE BOP
Strengths: Flies well for long periods on very low throttle. Thermals well if lift is about
Weaknesses: Mpx's crazy method for connecting wing servos, guaranteed to fail. Useless canopy catches
Overall: A great flyer, will handle quite strong winds. Always in the car when visiting flying field
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
60%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
80%

Grasshopper wrote on 20/07/2009:
SWEET TO BUILD AND FLY
Strengths: It's strong - but flies just so well. After the Easy * its a bit of a handful with ailerons and the increased size but - with careful rates selection it is quickly tamed - and worth the effort. I have had 2 now (first one 'flew away')and they survived lots of misuse.
Weaknesses: Battery position is tricky as it is right down the wing 'tunnel'. Best to Velcro and leave in once CofG is correct. Otherwise none.
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

Bill Wood wrote on 16/07/2009:
USER FRIENDLY, EXCELLENT ELECTRIC GLIDER.
Strengths: Easy to assemble using ZACKI ca glue. Excellent flier.
Weaknesses: Access to battery could be better. Not much space for ESC, needed to secure ESC with cable ties to additional wooden crossmember so it clears servos. Usual MPX rubbish hatch catches, better to use magnets.
Overall: Used MPX 12x6 folding prop (For Easy Glider tuning and Cularis)with HiModel BL2815-9 motor ex BRC Hobbies, 2s lipo, 33amp ESC. Climbs steeply and aerobatic on this setup with plenty of climbs to gliding height.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
60%
Overall
80%

Frank Skilbeck wrote on 07/07/2009:
WELL THOUGHT OUT, NICE FLYER
Strengths: Can be finished as a glider or electric. Goes together well and flies really well.
Weaknesses: Leads on wing servos I used were a bit short and didn't reach the recess in the wing where the extension lead should plug in, so I had to cut another recess. Wing fit is really snug now, but not sure how long that will last. Nose cone for glider version is from foam and glues on, a plastic one which could be removable would enable plane to be converted from glider to electric and back again fairly quickly.
Overall: Built mine as a glider for my son and me to fly when it's not windy enough for my wildthing and we don't want to risk the mouldie or large scale glider.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

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