E-flite UMX Habu S DF180 BNF

E-flite UMX Habu S DF180 BNF

Listen up, speed freaks: this tiny jet is your ticket to ride! With a wingspan of just 14.6 inches,  this ultramicro model will keep your thumbs busy indoors and out. And because it has AS3X flight stabilization, it performs like a much larger model. Here’s what E-flite has to say:

The E-flite® UMX™ Habu S DF180 is a high-speed performance jet that’s sized to enjoy just about anywhere outdoors. Based the popular original UMX Habu, this new ultra microsport model delivers an unparalleled RC experience. Exclusive SAFE® technology in the Habu S makes it easier than ever for experienced ultra micropilots to enjoy EDF flight. With 3 flight modes, Panic Recovery mode, and AS3X stabilization technology, the Habu S is sure to appeal to everyone.


  • Completely built and flight ready
  • SAFE® technology delivers flight envelope protection and AS3X® stability
  • Ultra-lightweight construction with a scale inspired paint scheme
  • Powerful E-flite® Delta-V® 180m, 28mm EDF unit (installed)
  • BL180m brushless ducted fan motor, 11750Kv (installed)
  • Four-channel control featuring industry leading Spektrum™ DSMX® technology
  • Performance ultra microlinear long-throw servos (installed)
  • Engineered intake and exhaust ducting delivers maximum performance
  • Removable landing gear and steerable nose wheel
  • 200mAh 2S 7.4V 25C Li-Po battery (included)
  • Celectra™ 2S DC Li-Po balancing charger (included)
  • Requires a Full range 4+ channel aircraft transmitter with Spektrum DSM2®/DSMX technology


Plane Type: Ducted Fan
Experience Level: Intermediate
Construction: Foam
Wingspan: 14.6 in (372mm)
Overall Length: 17.5 in (444mm)
Wing Area: 54.0 sq in (350 sq cm)
Flying Weight: 2.70 oz (76.0 g)
EDF Size: 28mm EDF unit with BL180m, 11750Kv motor (installed)
Radio: 4+ channel transmitter (required)
Servos: (4) 2.3-gram performance linear long throw servos (installed)
Flight Battery: 200mAh 7.4V 2S 25C Li-P(included)
Charger: 2S 7.4V Li-Pcharger (included)
Approx. Flying Duration: 3-5 minutes



Updated: July 16, 2015 — 9:41 AM
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