Video Flight Report — Durafly Retro Series Junior

Nov 27, 2013 No Comments by

Combining the style of vintage free flight designs with the durability of molded EPP foam with modern electronics thrown in for good measure, the new Junior pack flyer from Durafly is a fun, undemanding RC plane for all pilot skill levels.


Part of the Retro Series, the Junior looks very much like free flight planes of the 30s and 40s and will grab attention where ever you fly it.


Paired with the new T-Six ORX 6-channel programmable transmitter and the 6-channel OrangeRX mini 2.4GHz receiver, this is a very economical RC flyer for the budget minded.


All you need to add to the vintage old-timer flyer is your own 4-channel radio system and a 1300mAh 3S Lipo Pack and you’re good to go. Check out this exclusive Video Flight Report shot at MAN’s secret test flight facility in Wilton, CT.
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If you have a soft spot for the vintage, stick and tissue powered free flight planes of yesteryear, this modern variation on the theme is for you.  Watch for a full review in the upcoming March 2014 issue of Electric Flight.




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