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Multiplex Cularis

Manufacturer: Multiplex

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Average Rating
No. of Reviews4
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John Falconer wrote on 30/03/2011:
GREAT TO FLY IN ALL CONDITIONS
Strengths: Graceful on the slopes in light wind. Good penetration in stronger winds. Easy to fly and land.
Weaknesses: Wing servo connectors never worked reliably and had to be remodelled. ESC difficult to programme for auto braking using TX.
Overall: Now that the above teething problems are sorted I love flying this plane. Good build quality and stands up to some hard landings. Flies well with the recommended settings for control deflections
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
80%
Overall
60%

David Ashby - Moderator wrote on 18/03/2008:
A NICE AEROPLANE
Strengths: quality mouldings, good instructions, flies very well, generally well engineered, pretty rugged.
Weaknesses: The wing joiner!
Overall: Despite the fairly well known wing joiner problems, this is a fine aeroplane that's happy sport flying or catching a thermal. She makes a great camera ship too.
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
80%
Flight performance
80%
Value for money
60%
Overall
60%

jack healey wrote on 05/03/2008:
VERY ADDICTIVE.
Strengths: customisable,from slope soarer to full power.
Weaknesses: none,but spend an evening with those catches and a dremel.
Overall: a fantastic german designed plane,that just looks fantastic with full crow deployed!
Ease of assembly
100%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
100%
Overall
100%

G wrote on 26/02/2008:
ALMOST A TRULY GREAT SAILPLANE
Strengths: Flies absolutely superbly ... a majestic, impressive foam glider that is a joy to fly.
Weaknesses: Niggling design weaknesses: the wing joiner mechanism and the tailplane joiner mechanism are tricky to build and come loose in flight a little too easily, and the nose is a little weaker than it ought to be.
Overall: I want to give this 10 out of 10 because of its inspiring flight performance, but it doesn't quite deserve it because it has a few slight design weaknesses. It looks great and flies so well that it gives you a real sense of elation. But take great care building the wing joiner with its tricky plug-in servo connectors. Regularly check that it is secure, as well as the tailplane mechanism. The flaps work superbly, which is just as well because if you land on the nose it can break rather easily due to the thin elapor and ventilation holes there. But if you can solve these minor irritants you'll love the Cularis. (If you're doubtful, you might wish to consider an EasyGlider, it's excellent - not as majestic, but easier to enjoy without anxiety.)
Ease of assembly
60%
Build quality
100%
Flight performance
100%
Value for money
80%
Overall
80%

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