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Descriptif technique
Poids de l'article5 Kg
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)139,7 x 68,6 x 30,5 cm
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) requise(s) Non
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
  
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Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr18 octobre 2012
  
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great plane, and not a toy. 5 octobre 2013
Par edabq - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this plane because my mentor (all RC fliers should have one), who has 50 years experience flying model aircraft, has one, and it is superb. He does just about everything with this aircraft, except use the landing gear. We fly strictly off the water. He says the tail wag is something to live with, and learn to fly with, with-out destroying the plane. The wag is caused by the dynamics of the design of the aircraft, and can not be changed by the modeler. I'm considered an intermediate RC pilot. Folks not at least intermediate, should not fly this aircraft. We all learn by our mistakes. We should also learn by the mistakes of others. Have a more experienced RC pilot work with you, and you'll be giving this plane (and yourself) 5 stars.

Parkzone has done an exceptional job putting together this BNF aircraft. It's easy to build, but needs an experienced flier to set it up, and then trim it in flight. I'm able to do the initial set-up, but I always have a more experienced person check the aircraft before the first flight, and then fly it, and, trim it for me in flight before I take the TX.

I think some of the poorer reviews are because of the inexperience of the reviewer, and lack of proper set-up. That being said, I've been there and done that. The role of having a mentor can not be stressed enough!
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Still not sure about this one 5 février 2014
Par R. Blackwood - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is my first larger Parkzone plane. I have a couple of their little micro ones. I've been flying planes off and on for many years, starting with gas and only recently switching to electric.

So far I have yet to get this plane out of the water for more than a hop. I live on a river and don't have a lot of room for larger planes, which is why I have a couple of the micro ones. So I saw this and thought, why not give it a shot?

The thing is pretty much ready to fly out of the box. Just minor assembly, charge the battery, and pair the transmitter. I took it out to the river, put it in the water and worked on water maneuvers for a bit, to get comfortable with it before taking it up to take off speed. I immediately found a pretty serious design flaw. Not entirely sure what's causing it, but this thing loves to dip it's right wing in the water. I had to be going a decent speed with full aileron and some rudder to keep the right wing out the water regardless of what direction I was going in relation to the wind. At the end of a single battery the right aileron was twitching from water in the servo (Why'd they put the servos out on the wings where they'll be exposed to water?), the wing had caught in the water and flipped the plane upside down 3 times, and I hadn't been able to get it out of the water.

I took it inside to charge, and to fix the aileron servo, and noticed that the inside was full of water. This thing is designed to be used in water? Nothing is water proofed at all. So I grabbed some caulk and caulked every seam I could find. I also grabbed some wax and waxed the bottom really good, to try to get a little less resistance from the water.

The next day I took it out again, this time trying to get get it out of the water. I took it against the wind, with the wind, with the current, everything I could think of and only once did I get it to even hop out of the water for a second, at full throttle. I did a short circuit in front of the dock before I set it back down, and it seemed to fly alright. The wing kept dipping and 2 more times it flipped over, then the motor stopped working, the aileron servo was destroyed, and the rudder was now twitching.

I tried everything, couldn't get it to work, called the company and they said they'd send me a new motor. After a week with no motor I called again, the person I talked to this time, said they saw a note where the other person recommended I get a new motor, but nothing where they said they were going to send me one. After half an hour they finally agreed to send me one, along with a new aileron servo. I installed them, and the motor still doesn't work, so it must be the speed controller, but I haven't had a chance to call them about a new speed controller, and the thing is glued in there pretty good, so it's going to be fun getting it out without destroying the foam it's mounted to.

This plane might be ok on land, but it is not ready for water at all. At the very least they should put all of the electronics in water tight boxes (plastic boxes with rubber seals, cheap fix). I recommend anyone who plans to use this in water just dip the thing in liquid rubber or something.

I'll update this when I finally get a new speed controller and see how it works then.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 A great calm water airplane 3 novembre 2013
Par gary howard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Poor power to weight makes it touchy for hand launching and it's tail breaks too often with a minor nose over landing. It leaks water if you don't seal it inside and out. It flys slow, but if you can get it pointed into the wind it will take off and land in heavy winds and chop. Without a water rudder it often nosed over when making high speed turns trying to line it up for take off. It should have had a water rudder. Minor fixes would have made it a great water airplane.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Flys like a bus 24 septembre 2013
Par Adam C. Beder - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I was vacationing on a lake for two weeks this summer and wanted a seaplane model to fly off the water. I have several Parkzone planes, and all were well designed and flew great, so I assumed that their Icon would as well. However, this model flys like a bus with wings. It is unstable in the air, and due to its flight charactoristics the model can barely complete a loop out of a dive without stalling. It is a bear to fly. If you are a fan of he fullscale Icon, then this model might fit your needs, otherwise there are a ton of other seaplanes on the market that fly well.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Could be Great 19 avril 2014
Par Prime_Hunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Looks great but performs just ok! must run a 4 cell to really have it fly right. The downfall is when you do that, the tail shakes out of control.

Would be great but I also received a broken rudder and wing tip upon delivery.

All in all would be a 10 if it had a better power system and a reinforced tail. Bad design.

Hope this helps
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