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Chris Foss Uno-Wot

Manufacturer: Chris Foss

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Average Rating
No. of Reviews3
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Nightflyer wrote on 11/01/2013:
GOOD SECOND MODEL
Strengths: Relatively easy wood and foam veneer wing construction.
Weaknesses: Personally I don't think it is the ideal first trainer model for flying though some will get on fine, but makes a great second model that will enable the newcomer to develop their skills.
Overall: This is a pretty good model that will allow the relatively new flyer to get to grips with flying and enjoy the experience. As a first model I have found when teaching novices that in a number of cases it seems a little fast for their responsiveness, but as a follow on from a primary trainer is fantastic. This model will provide many hours of flying and many flyers have moved on from this to Wot 4's and/or Acro Wots in my club, so has made a good impression with many new pilots.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
60%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

Richard Wood wrote on 09/06/2010:
SUPERB TRAINER
Strengths: Very strong ply fuselage.Attractive non-boxy shape.Quick to build & flies well. 4ch wing can be built with reduced dihedral for livelier performance. Easily e-converted. Instructions on web site. Uses an economical 30 motor or 3S Lipo. Nice decals included.
Weaknesses: A tad pricey. Wing tip ply pieces a bit thin. Not much else!
Overall: A slim,elegant Wot that is an excellent initial or advanced trainer. Also good as a first build for an aeromodeller.
Ease of assembly
80%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

Geoff Peacock wrote on 08/12/2009:
EXCELLENT ALL-ROUND MODEL.
Strengths: Good kit, with all hardware included in the Deluxe 4-channel version.
Weaknesses: Balsa sheets for the stabiliser didn't quite match for thickness. Instructions were basic, but sufficient. All OK otherwise - no real problems to report.
Overall: Flies well as a trainer with an OS25FP, although slightly underpowered in a stiff breeze. Much better now with an SC32 up front.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

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