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Description

The Vector Unit aircraft Leo and Emma are an excellent entry into the Vector Planes series and the hobby itself. The remote-controlled aircraft are made of special polypropylene foam (EPP). This foam is lightweight, flexible and sturdy. Crashed or bent, it bends back into the original shape by itself. By gently pressing, you can also post-mold it.The airplane flies self-stable. They may, but need not, be controlled. Just adjust the trim 3 clicks to the right, Leo and Emma then fly marvellous circles. The offspring will only have to operate the gas. In an emergency, the two of them will slide gently to the ground. Thus, Leo and Emma are suitable for little kids, too (but only under supervision).

Vector Planes aircrafts are particularly suitable as an introduction to the Vector Planes series. The remote-controlled aircraft are made of EPP foam, are lightweight, flexible and yet robust. Crushed or bent, it bends itself back into its original shape. With gentle pressure, you can also reshape. The airplanes are flying stably. It may, but does not have to, be controlled. In an emergency, the two of them glide gently to the ground. Thus, Leo and Emma are also suitable for the very little ones (but only under supervision).

Technical data

Wing-span 400 mm
Weight ca. 10g
Airfoil 42
Control free flight
Manufacturer Graupner
Fuselage EPP
Wings EPP
Version RTF - READY TO FLY
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Graupner, based in Kirchheim, Germany, was founded by the family Graupner and, up until March 2013, operated under the third Graupner generation from Stefan Graupner. In March 2013, the company was purchased by the manufacturer of Graupner HoTT RC Transmitter Systems. Graupner covers a large RC assortment including RC Cars and Trucks (GM), Helicopters, Airplanes, RC Electronics (HoTT 2,4GHZ), Chargers, RC Glow-Powered Motors (OS) as well as a large variety of Electric-Powered Brushless Motors. Graupner supplies around 2000 retailers throughout the world.

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Often bought together

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