The compact ArtiZan™ park flyer is a nimble, grab-and-go sport plane that’s perfect for exploring aerobatics. The Bind-N-Fly® version comes equipped with a Spektrum™ receiver featuring a built-in AS3X® (Artificial Stabilization – 3aXis) system.
The AS3X system works behind the scenes to counter the effects of wind and turbulence using a combination 3-axis sensing and exclusive flight control software. The result is a locked-in feel that lets you focus more on the fun of flying and less on fighting the wind.
You can adjust the amount of stability the AS3X system provides or turn it off completely, but even experienced pilots will find flying with it on feels completely natural. There is no delay in control response or limits on the control throws. You will simply feel like you’re flying an expertly tuned model that goes right where you point it.
It’s this advanced technology, along with the model’s light wing loading, that gives sport pilots a superb balance of slow speed stability and high-speed agility. Anyone with experience flying a ParkZone warbird or civilian scale model will feel right at home the first time on the controls.
- 4+ channel DSM2- or DSMX-compatible transmitter
As a rookie pilot that has outgrown his Apprentice, this makes a great second plane, a great introduction to acrobatics. It handles great even in moderate wind with smooth control. It also has a nice vertical climb rate but is really light so the tail gets blown around a little. I am twenty flights in with only one unscheduled landing. After straightening the front landing gear a bit I had it back in the air. It flies for about 10 minutes on a 2200 mAh battery with a lot of throttle.
Everyone at the field has replaced the awful AR635, and their planes fly great. My three maiden flights with the AR635 installed were frightening. The plane was drunken; it would not respond to commands and was determined not to climb. Even our best flyers, after much tinkering, could not control the beast. It seems that the AR635 is just a rouse to get you to buy a different receiver. Stay away from the Artizan with the AR635 installed!
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