Compatible with a variety of Spektrum™ DSM2™ transmitters, the Ultra-Micro™ Ember 2™ boasts a remarkably compact design and slow-flying capabilities perfect for indoor fun (or outdoors on a calm day). Weighing less than an ounce, seasoned pilots will be able to handle this sleek micro flyer in small spaces with ease and confidence, while those new to micro will be given a unique RC experience.
Owners of DSM2 transmitters (such as the DSM2 radio utilized by E-flite’s Blade CX2 and the transmitter included with the Ready-To-Fly ParkZone Vapor) can have the Ember 2 airborne in no time, while the plane’s light wing loading allows for the kind of slow flight you’ll have to see to believe.
This member of ParkZone’s innovative Ultra-Micro™ family of aircraft includes everything needed to get started, except for the transmitter. After installing the AA batteries in the charger, simply charge the flight battery (which takes approximately 20 minutes) and bind your DSM2 transmitter. You’ll soon be enjoying a micro experience highlighted by extended flight times and maximum performance, along with the ability to perform 3-channel aerobatics that's sure to put a smile on your face.
From sharp looks to nearly instant enjoyment, the Ember 2 delivers on everything you’ve grown to love about ParkZone’s products and their unique niche in the world of ultra-lightweight aircraft.
I did much of my early flying on an Ember, which I was able to fly in the backyard, cul-de-sacs, etc. It's a great, great plane!
This has been a great plane. It's easy to fly & in any size area. I purchased it here to try & because price here at Hobby Zone was the best. If you are looking for a beginner little flyer then look no further, this is the plane to learn with.
Stopped in at Granite City Hobby shop in Oakland Maine and saw this great little plane and the Vapor. Spoke with the guys about which plane would be a better choice for a return to RC after years away, and they convinced me to go with the Ember 2. Good call and had several hours of flying in less than 10 days. (Extra batteries rock!) Carbon fiber at nose can be brittle when replacing the gearbox and motor assembly. Still a great first plane for anyone.
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