Plane of the Year

May 01, 2012 5 Comments by

Our plane of the year is a 3D electric performer with a revolutionary single-axis, vectored-thrust propeller system that gives it amazing agility. In addition, it also has a unique structure of durable foam molded around carbon-fiber and plywood structures, so it’s light, strong and impact-resistant—and as all RC pilots know, that’s especially important! See our interview with Horizon’s Roy Allejado below, and click here to see the Scimitar in action!

Find out what amazing products won Innovation of the Year, Radio of the Year and Helicopter of the Year by clicking on their respective links.
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5 Responses to “Plane of the Year”

  1. Gerry Yarrish says:

    This thing flies like a super duper Stryker plus some! Amazing performance and super slow speed performance too!

  2. High Nitro says:

    # 1 on my wish list. Can’t imagine more and faster versatility than with my Stryker, but hope to find out.

  3. Jim Slaughter says:

    If you’re gonna give an award, why not show the plane!!

  4. Jim Slaughter says:

    oops, I see it at the top now! Please disregard my previous comment!

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